Blood, Sweat and Welfare: A History of White Bosses and Aboriginal Pastoral Workers
In this study, survivors of this devastating time speak openly to Mary Anne Jebb about first contact between blacks and whites, the arrival of Welfare, and the demise of pastoralism in the northern ranges. Alongside their oral testimonies, the author draws on a range of written archives to explore what really happened during the settlement of the Kimberley.
Publisher: University of Western Australia Press
Date Published: 2002
Book Condition: Near fine soft cover showing minimal edge wear and markings.
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