Topics: Government policy

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South Coastal - view

blanket land claim

Central - view

NSW Aboriginal Land Rights Act

West - view

resumed by the Aborigines Welfare Board. Uncle Gordon, among others, is trying to reclaim the site under heritage laws along with the Native Institute site on the Rooty Hill Rd

South West - view

Auntie Frances Bodkin was put in fourteen foster homes and Paramatta Girls Home

South Coastal - view

Native Title

South Coastal - view

department of housing inspector was a regular visitor, trying to prove them “dirty blacks” so he also could take them away.

Central - view

the role of the Aboriginal Protection Board (1883-1940) during the early 1900s, how Aboriginal people fought at war and still lost their children and homes

South Coastal - view

Under Premier Greiner, the NSW Land Rights Act was changed

Central - view

many children were being taken away

South Coastal - view

The Homes Trust, where materials and land were allocated in The Valley but people were left to put the houses together themselves

South West - view

drink (denied Aboriginal people until 1967)

West - view

Mulgoa Children’s home , run by the church for the government Welfare Board.

West - view

Marella Boys Home where he was taken at the age of 4.

West - view

evacuation of the half-castes from the half-caste institutions in and around the Northern Territory” during the Second World War

West - view

chose to marry the father of the baby rather than lose her child.

South West - view

changes in the Land Rights Act and the land councils and the effect it has had

South Coastal - view

Pamela Young and her two sisters were taken from their mother

South West - view

military interventions that were sanctioned, one of which being the Appin massacre in 1816

North Coastal - view

stolen generations

West - view

The home was used as a refugee camp for Aboriginal children