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What now at Wattie Creek

Abschol.

What now at Wattie Creek

Report of the Abschol Field Team which visited Wattie Creek in May-June of 1970

by Abschol.

  • 272 Want to read
  • 28 Currently reading

Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Government relations,
  • Gurindji (Australian people)

  • The Physical Object
    FormatUnknown Binding
    Number of Pages29
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8296096M
    ISBN 100909984026
    ISBN 109780909984021
    OCLC/WorldCa447834

      Paul Kelly and Kev Carmody’s remarkable song, From Little Things Big Things Grow is the anthem of the land rights movement in Australia, telling the story of the proud Gurindji people and their stand against the might of the cattle baron, Lord Vestey.. From Little Things Big Things Grow is now a book for all ages. Queensland artist Peter Hudson and the kids from Gurindji country illustrate. The three Democrats, James Smith,Marguerite Willis and Phil Noble who are battling it out in the governor's race face each other during their debate at Clemson University.

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      A new book reveals the drama and comedy of Prime Minister Gough Whitlam's famous "hand back" of Gurindji land in , following the Wave Hill Walk-Off 50 years ago – .   At Wattie Creek, Philip Nitschke saw Perkins as a hero fighting the state, and encouraged him on the Gurindji’s behalf. Nitschke and LaBrooy’s complaints about the management of the Muramulla Gurindji Cattle Company and about each other prompted Cavanagh to investigate the situation for himself, in May


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Hardy wrote much for the pre-literate Gurindji, beginning with a sign proclaiming 'Gurindji Mining Lease and Cattle Station' for their camp at Wattie Creek, and two years later producing a book on the subject of the walk-off, The Unlucky Australians (Nelson Publishing, ).

As my interest grew, I knew that to understand the events of forty. Wattie Creek is the centre of the Gurindji's main Dreaming place near Seal Gorge. The site was given this 'white' name in memory of Harold Seal, Wave Hill station's manager before World War I.

Seal brought the first motor car to the area; it became 'instantly popular with the native stock-boys,' according to Jock Makin's The Big Run because it did not need feeding or hobbling at night - they.

Rifles for Watie is a children's novel by American writer Harold was first published inand received the Newbery Medal the following year. Set during the American Civil War, the plot revolves around the fictional sixteen-year-old Jefferson Davis Bussey, who is caught up in the events of historical personages (e.g.

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So call Jim's Gardening now on Wattie Creek entered Australian folklore as the birthplace of the Aboriginal land-rights movement when Prime Minister Gough Whitlam visited the Gurindji people to grant them deeds to their land. The Gurindji rose to national prominence in when, led by stockman Vincent Lingiari, Aboriginal employees quit slave-labour conditions at Wave Hill cattle station and walked the now National.

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Barney, and Simon Mully are full-blood Creek Indians, the children of the said Jennie Mully, and one Mullie Nicco, now dead, whose name appears on the final roll of citizens by blood of the Creek Nation opposite roll No. ; that they are identified on the authentic roll of Indian citizens, Ketchopataka town, pageas “Ma-jai-la.

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Two major sections of The. Above: Gurindji men with the sign painted for them by Frank Hardy, at Wattie Creek in Vincent Lingiari is standing next to the sign at left.

Brian Manning Collection. Ward’s book details this struggle. In many ways it was visionary and valorous but, sadly, in the fundamental respect of achieving genuine lasting independence, it foundered. Coordinates The Wave Hill walk-off, also known as the Gurindji strike, was a walk-off and strike by Gurindji stockmen, house servants and their families in August at Wave Hill, a cattle station in Kalkarindji (formerly known as Wave Hill), Northern Territory, Australia.

Initially interpreted as purely a strike against work and living conditions, it became apparent that these were not. The next year the group moved to Wattie Creek, a place of significance to the Gurindji people. They asked Frank Hardy, an Australian novelist and communist activist, to ‘make a sign’ which included the word ‘Gurindji’, their own name for themselves.

Their disaffection was. This week marks 40 years since a very important moment in our nation's history called the Wave Hill walk off.

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The Gurindji strikers at Wattie Creek led by Vincent Lingiari in Now please take a few minutes to listen to the song and ponder the lessons we can learn from this tale of the Gurindji. On 15 Augustat Wattie Creek in the Northern Territory, Prime Minister Gough Whitlam gave the Gurindji people of the Northern Territory legal title to their traditional lands.

The scene, captured in a now iconic photograph, was the culmination of a long struggle by the Gurindji and their supporters. At Wattie Creek they sat themselves down Now it don't sound like much but it sure got tongues talking Back at the homestead and then in the town From little things big things grow From little things big things grow Vestey man said "I'll double your wages Eighteen quid a week you'll have in your hand" Vincent said "uhuh we're not talking about wages.

But now, I’ll leave the last word to Vincent, who delivered these lovely words at the hand-over ceremony at Wattie Creek in Australia’s Northern Territory 44 years ago today: “Let us live happily together as mates, let us not make it hard for each other.

Now, here is a snippet from my book, A Drover's Blanket, where the main character, Smokey Danson, addresses the Aborigines at Wattie Creek. He's the only white man present, but his best mate, Magic Billie, an Aboriginal drover he met inis there also.

Imag head of cattle being moved from Richmond Downs in Queensland to the top of northern Territory. One of the master stockman that delivered this feat was Charlie Flanagan, this cattle drive would become known as Hells Gate Track due to Hells Gate is a break in the escarpment near the Palmer River, beyond this was the never never, the great unknown where civilisation ended .Rifles for Watie starts out with an author’s note that explains the historical research and interviews that Harold Keith conducted in order to make the book as realistic as possible.

And that research shows in every area of this book, from the attitudes of the various people to the details of battles to the geographical locations/5().