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Title: Talking for country : the land and its song ; and, The ties that bind indigenous people around the world
Alternative Title: Ties that bind indigenous people around the world
Author: Stanton, Vai
Alternative Title: Ties that bind indigenous people around the world
Publication location: Darwin
Publisher: State Library of the Northern Territory
Publication date: 1993-01-01
Notes: OCLC Number: 37254133
Description / Abstract: A member of the Kungarrakunj tribe in the Northern Territory's Top End, and a former Regional Councillor of ATSIC, Vai Stanton speaks with quiet fervour and conviction of her ties to the land, and explains what her 'country' means to her. In the second paper she describes the similarities that exist between indigenous people in all parts of the world.
Made available via the Publications (Legal Deposit) Act 2004 (NT).
Physical Description: v, 10 pages ; 30 cm.
ISBN: 072450821X
9780724508211
ISSN: 0817-2927
Series: Occasional papers (State Library of the Northern Territory) ; no. 37.
Language: English
Subject: Aboriginal Australians -- Land tenure -- Northern Territory
Aboriginal Australians -- Northern Territory
Indigenous peoples
Kungarrakunj (Australian people)
Citation address: https://hdl.handle.net/10070/153131
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