Broadside: "Aboriginal People - Land Rights For Indigenous People" INDIGENOUS RIGHTS - AUSTRALIA, "DONA", design.

Broadside: "Aboriginal People - Land Rights For Indigenous People"

Pinnacle Creek, Kimberley: S.i., 1981. Original photo-illustrated broadside, xeroxed on a single sheet of white stock, measuring 28cm x 21.5cm (11" x 8.5"). Mild, even toning, with two small pinholes at upper corners; Very Good+.

Superb photographic broadside related to the struggle surrounding the Aboriginal Land Rights Act, originating from the Walmajarri Tribe of Pinnacle Creek in Kimbereley (Northwest Australia). The Act sought to grant Indigenous ownership and the right for Aboriginal tribes to claim royalties from the mining and farm companies to whom the Australian government had leased the land. While different states passed the Act as early as the late-1970's, it was not passed in the Kimberlies until the mid-1980's. Not separately listed in OCLC.

Price: $200.00

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