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Aborigines and citizenship / by A.P. Elkin.
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RB D305.89915/ELK/RARE BOOKS
Granville, N.S.W. Association for the Protection of Native Races,
[1958]
31 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.
General information on state of Aboriginal people on the arrival of Europeans; subsequent depopulation; Development of protection policies between 1860 and 1911, based on assumption of inevitable passing of the Aboriginal peoples; Protest over treatment post-WWI to mid-1930s; formation of protection societies; Development of positive policy by 1938 assimilation; Meaning of assimilation - full citizenship rights; Structure of State and Commonwealth administration - money, staff, land and institutions, and mission cooperation; Aspects of citizenship; 1) right to vote in various states; 2) freedom to buy and sell alcohol; 3) entitlement to social service benefits; 4) education; 5) employment; 6) housing; 7) health; 8) citizenship and exemption certificates, i.e. exemption from Aboriginal Acts; Aboriginal people as a distinct group growing solidarity among part Aboriginal people; Movement for integration rather than assimilation; Difficulties of assimilation - because problems for Aborigines in adapting to new social and economic order.
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General information on state of Aboriginal people on the arrival of Europeans; subsequent depopulation; Development of protection policies between 1860 and 1911, based on assumption of inevitable passing of the Aboriginal peoples; Protest over treatment
post-WWI to mid-1930s; formation of protection societies; Development of positive policy by 1938 assimilation; Meaning of assimilation - full citizenship rights; Structure of State and Commonwealth administration - money, staff, land and institutions, and mission cooperation; Aspects of citizenship; 1) right to vote in various states; 2) freedom to buy and sell alcohol; 3) entitlement to social service benefits; 4) education; 5) employment; 6) housing; 7) health; 8) citizenship and exemption certificates, i.e. exemption from Aboriginal Acts; Aboriginal people as a distinct group growing solidarity among part Aboriginal people; Movement for integration rather than assimilation; Difficulties of assimilation - because problems for Aborigines in adapting to new social and economic order.
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Aborigines and citizenship / by A.P. Elkin.

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