The Australian Aboriginal as a Human Being
Brief notes on tracking ability and method, duties of women and men in camp life, the returning boomerang (Dalleburra tribe), trading at Kopperamanna, initiation; effect of State laws, 1927, native evidence, the position in law in the Federal Territories, native attitude towards Court proceedings, gives cases; reforms needed; notes on the Compound at Kahlin and Bagot, position of women and the law; government policies for assimilation, recommendations.
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