Journal Contents No. 69

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Aboriginal Workers

Edited by Ann McGrath and Kay Saunders
with Jackie Huggins

Introduction
Ann McGrath and Kay Saunders

Ann Curthoys and Clive Moore
Working for the White People: an Historiographic Essay on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Labour

Ann McGrath
‘Modem Stone-Age Slavery’: Images of Aboriginal Labour and Sexuality

Alison Holland
Feminism, Colonialism and Aboriginal Workers: an Anti-Slavery Crusade

Vicki Matson-GreenIMaykutenna and Tanya Harper
Palawa Women: Carrying the Burdens and Finding the Solutions

Heather Goodall
‘Assimilation Begins in the Home’: the State and Aboriginal Women’s Work as Mothers in New South Wales, 1900s to 1960s

Peggy Brock
Pastoral Stations and Reserves in South and Central Australia, 185Os-1950s

Raymond Evans and loanne Scott‘Fallen Among Thieves’: Aboriginal Labour and State Control in Inter-War Queensland

Kay Saunders
Inequalities of Sacrifice : Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Labour in Northern Australia During the Second World War

Joanne Watson
‘We Couldn’t Tolerate Any More’: the Palm Island Strike of 1957

Richard Broome
Enduring Moments of Aboriginal Dominance: Aboriginal Performers, Boxers and Runners

Jackie Huggins
White Aprons, Black Hands: Aboriginal Women Domestic Servants in Queensland

Inara Walden
‘That Was Slavery Days’: Aboriginal Domestic Servants in New South Wales in the Twentieth Century

Jackie Huggins
The Great Deception : Working Inside the Bureaucracy

Diana Plater
From Dreamtime to Overtime: Awards for Aboriginal Workers

Ann McGrath with Hetti Perkins and Brenda Croft
The Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Co-operative