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Racial Folly: A twentieth-century Aboriginal family

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Figure 1: Map showing route of Overland Telegraph and railway including place names mentioned in the text. Courtesy of National Archives of Australia.

Fig3.tifFigure 2: School children at first ‘Bungalow’, Alice Springs, 1914.
Courtesy of National Archives of Australia.

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Figure 3: [original caption:] Half-caste children sleeping arrangements, Jay Creek, 1929-32. NAA: 1928/59. Courtesy of National Archives of Australia.

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Figure 4: Meal time at the first ‘Bungalow’, Alice Springs, 1929-32.
NAA: 1928/59. Courtesy of National Archives of Australia.

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Figure 5: Building new dormitories at Iwaputarka (Jay Creek) 1929-32. See wiltja in foreground. NAA: 1928/59. Courtesy of National Archives of Australia.

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Figure 6: St Francis House on day of inspection for proposed purchase, 1947. NAA: A431/1. Courtesy of National Archives of Australia.

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Figure 7: Father Smith and Frank Moy inspecting St Francis House for proposed purchase, 1947. NAA: A431/2. Courtesy of National Archives of Australia.

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Figure 8: St Francis House, late 1940s: from rear left to right, Jim Foster, David Woodford (in hat), Laurie Bray, Peter Tilmouth, Malcolm Cooper, (front) Gerry Hill, Tim Campbell and Vince Copley.

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Figure 9: Mulgoa boys in cowshed, 1947: from left to right John Hampton milking cow while Tom Campbell and Ken Hampton look on. Courtesy of National Archives of Australia.

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Figure 10: Mulgoa, New South Wales, 1949: from left to right James Stirling, Wally McArthur, Cyril Hampton and James Foster. Courtesy of National Archives of Australia.

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Figure 11: Alice Springs railway station, 1952: self, my mother, Millie Glenn, Billy and Dennis at front.

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Figure 12: Reunion of Amy Tennant, Millie Glenn and Mary Woodford at Rainbow Town, Alice Springs, 1951. These three girls were evacuated to Mulgoa at the same time as me.

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Figure 13: My mother holding Sam, and Sandra on lawn at Administrator’s Residence, Alice Springs, 1952.

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Figure 14: Christmas 1952 at St John’s Alice Springs: from back to front Jacky Campbell, Billy Briscoe (with hat), Phillip Bray in centre with Les Nayda and Harold Thomas (creator of Aboriginal flag).

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Figure 15: St Francis House boys camping at Goolwa, 1953: from left to right Des Price, John Spencer, Denis Wickham (obscured), Jacky Campbell and Les Nayda (front).

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Figure 16: St Francis House boys, 1953.

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Figure 17: My brothers Billy and Dennis, at St Francis House in 1957.

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Figure 18: Port Lincoln Soccer Representative side 1957. Self back row, second from left.

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Figure 19: Croatia team, 1960. Charlie Perkins at back third from left, self fourth from left.

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Figure 20: Charles Perkins with President of Croatia North Adelaide club, John Moriarty and self, 1960.


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