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by Kim Doohan

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  • ISBN 0977561534
  • ISBN13 978-0977561537
  • Language English
  • Author Kim Doohan
  • Publisher Backroom Press (September 1, 2008)
  • Pages 160
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  • Size ePub 1740 kb
  • Size Fb2 1225 kb
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This book tells the story of evolving relationships between Argyle Diamond Mine and the Aboriginal people whose land has been mined

This book tells the story of evolving relationships between Argyle Diamond Mine and the Aboriginal people whose land has been mined. It shows the two parties making agreements, with quite different understandings and expectations, and describes the ways in which they gradually accommodate one another's point of view. -Provided by publisher. This book tells the story of evolving relationships between Argyle Diamond Mine and the Aboriginal people whose land has been mined

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Making things come good. relations between Aborigines and miners at Argyle. This book tells the story of evolving relationships between Argyle Diamond Mine and the Aboriginal people whose land has been mined. Includes bibliographical references (p. 151-155).

This book tells the story of evolving relationships between Argyle Diamond Mine and the Aboriginal people whose land has been mined.

Making things come good : relations between Aborigines and miners at Argyle Kim Doohan. Making things come good : relations between Aborigines and miners at Argyle Kim Doohan. Provided by publisher.

Making things come good: Relations between Aborigines and miners at Argyle. The Cunning of Recognition: Indigenous Alterities and the Making of Australian Multiculturalism. Broome: Backroom Press.

Doohan, K. (2008) Making Things Come Good: Relations Between Aborigines and Miners at Argyle, Backroom Press. Horton, . K. McKenzie, et al. (1994). Fish makes leap to banks of the Seine, Age, The (Melbourne): 24.

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