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Title: Dawson Dodds
Photo No: PH0875/0220
Citation address: http://hdl.handle.net/10070/261856
Photographer: Clark, Darren
Date taken: 2013
Place: Brunette Downs (N.T.)
Collection: Darren Clark Collection.
Description: Dawson Dodds is one of the many indigenous workers who have helped to build the Australian Cattle industry into what it is today.Dawson was born on the Barkly Tablelands at Brunette Downs where his father and grandfather worked as stockmen. Now aged 47, Dawson has travelled and worked his way all around the Northern Territory gaining valuable experience working with stock and is now working for K. D. Rural who are contractors working at Brunette Downs Station.
Notes: Australian cattle industry - Barkly Tablelands.
Subject: Aboriginal peoples (Australians)
stockmen
horses
Copyright owner: Northern Territory Library
Digital format: 5000 x 3333 pixels : 48bpp ; 100.01Mb.
File type: image/tiff.
Hardcopy format: 1 photograph : digital, col.
Use and Restrictions: Attribution International 4.0 (CC BY 4.0)
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