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Survival in our own land
|Statement||told by Nungas and others ; edited and researched by Christobel Mattingley ; co-edited by Ken Hampton.|
|Contributions||Mattingley, Christobel., Hampton, Ken, 1937-1987.|
|LC Classifications||DU125.N97 S87 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 339 p. :|
|Number of Pages||339|
|ISBN 10||0859040488, 0859040402|
|LC Control Number||88179651|
Survival in our own land: 'Aboriginal' experiences in 'South Australia' since Melbourne: Australian Scholarly Publishing in agreement with The Division of State Aboriginal Affairs and the Dept. of the Environment, Heritage and Aboriginal Affairs, South Australia. MLA Citation. Mattingley, Christobel. and Hampton, Ken. and South Australia. Diane Robin (Di) Bell (born 11 June ) is an Australian feminist anthropologist, author and has a particular focus on the Aboriginal people of Australia, Indigenous land rights, human rights, Indigenous religions, violence against women, and on environmental issues.
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It presents history in South Australia for the first time from the point of view of the Nungas, as many Aboriginal people call themselves, showing Goonyas, as Europeans are called, as the invaders. Survival in Our Own Land Hardcover – Decem by Christobel Mattingley (Editor), Ken Hampton (Editor) out of 5 stars 1 rating.
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'Survival In Our Own Land presents history in 'South Australia' for the first time from the point of view of Nungas, as many 'Aborigines' call themselves, showing Goonyas, as Europeans are called, as the invaders.
Almost Nungas have told how the Goonya invasion and implementation of Goonya law and policy have affected us. Survival in Our Own Land presents history in South Australia originally and powerfully from the Nunga, the Aboriginal, point of view.
In prose and poetry, almost one hundred and fifty Nungas tell how they have been affected by the Goonya invasion and by Goonya law and policy. Nunga stories have rarely been recounted in history books.
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Survival in our own land () was the first publication to present South Australian history from the Aboriginal viewpoint, and remains one of the most comprehensive historical overviews of the experiences of Aboriginal South Australians.
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