Aboriginals: Commonwealth Governments policy in respect of North and Central Australia

Aboriginals: Commonwealth Governments policy in respect of North and Central Australia

written by James Henry Scullin, 1876-1953, in Australia, of Royal Anthropological Institute. Archives and Manuscripts (1930) , 25 page(s)

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Aboriginals: Commonwealth Governments policy in respect of North and Central Australia. [1930] 24 leaves. 33.5 cm Typescript Copy-book, marbled paper boards, red spine (torn) Inscribed on upper cover: ‘Aboriginals … memorandum sent by Mr Scullin, Premier of the Australian Commonwealth, at the time of the Imperial Conference, 1930, in reply to representations from the Royal Anthropological Institute, see correspondence Oct.-Nov. 1930, and the resumé prepared for publication in Man’. See also ‘A letter from the Prime Minister of the Commonwealth, the Rt Hon J.H. Scullin’, Man, 1931, No. 92
Field of Interest
Anthropology
Author
James Henry Scullin, 1876-1953
Copyright Message
Copyright © 2012 Royal Anthropological Institute. All Rights Reserved.
Content Type
Government/institutional document
Anthropologist / Ethnographer
James Henry Scullin, 1876-1953
Format
Text
Page Count
25
Subject
Anthropology, Social Sciences, Cultural anthropology, Australian Aboriginal, Government, Government policy, Antropologia Cultural, Antropología Cultural, Australia, Australian Aborigines
Keywords and Translated Subjects
Antropologia Cultural, Antropología Cultural

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