4 edition of Guide to the papers of Edward Koiki Mabo in the National Library of Australia. found in the catalog.
Guide to the papers of Edward Koiki Mabo in the National Library of Australia.
National Library of Australia.
|LC Classifications||Z6616.M123 N37 1995, GN667.Q4 N37 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||31 p. :|
|Number of Pages||31|
|LC Control Number||96214718|
‘Koiki Mabo: Mastering Two Cultures, a Personal Perspective’. In Lectures on North Queensland History 5, edited by B. J. Dalton, 1– Townsville, Qld: Department . Primjer 6 – Opis fizičke osobe ISAAR (CPF), 2. izdanjeJezik: engleski (Australija) Person IDENTITY AREA Mabo, Eddie, Mabo, Edward Koiki, Type of entity Authorized form of name / Other forms of name 29 June - Born on Mer, the son of Robert Zezou Sambo and Annie Mabo of the.
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Papers of Jessie Street, National Library of Australia Manuscript Collection, MS/11/ Jessie Street and her family, Yulgilbar Station, Grafton, NSW, Photographer unknown. Courtesy the Street family. Australian delegates, United Nations conference, San Francisco, photographer unknown. National Library of Australia: The collection consists of 73 arch-lever volumes plus associated materials, and is held in the Manuscripts Collection (MS ) of the National Library of Australia, with a copy set held by myself. The National Library holds additional Mabo family archives, restricted .
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National Library of Australia. & Cunningham, Adrian. Guide to the papers of Edward Koiki Mabo in the National Library of Australia. Canberra: The Library. MLA Citation.
National Library of Australia. and Cunningham, Adrian. Guide to the papers of Edward Koiki Mabo in the National Library of Australia The Library Canberra Items from this collection should be cited as '[Title or description of manuscript item], Papers of Edward Koiki Mabo, National Library of Australia, MS[series and file number]'.
Immediate Source of Acquisition. An initial instalment of papers of Eddie Mabo was acquired by the Library from his widow, Bonita Mabo, in Edward Koiki Mabo was a Torres Strait Islander human rights and land rights activist. He worked as director of the Townsville Black Community School, Mabo dedicated his life to overturning the decision of Lieutenant James Cook to take possession of.
National Library of Australia has 68 books on Goodreads with ratings. National Library of Australia’s most popular book is Mapping our world: Terra i. Publishing History This is a chart to show the publishing history of editions of works about this subject.
Along the X axis is time, and on the y axis is the count of editions published. InJames Cook University Library & Information Services is hosting an Artist Residency Program - Drawn to the Mabo Library - which will take place in the Eddie Koiki Mabo Library, including Special Collections and the surrounding grounds of the Townsville Campus.
The intention of this program is to open the Library for artists to interpret and respond visually and creatively to. The Library’s Mabo Case manuscripts, Papers of Edward Koiki Mabo, -record the historic campaign by the visionary, Edward Koiki Mabo () and his co-appellants in the High Court of Australia to establish recognition of principles of Indigenous land tenure.
Mabo Collection (National Library of Australia) The Library purchased the personal papers of Edward Koiki Mabo from his wife, Bonita Mabo, in and The papers relating to the Mabo Case were donated in by Bryan Keon-Cohen, one of the barristers acting for the : Kay Tucker.
Edward Koiki Mabo, a Meriam man from the island of Mer (Murray Island) in the Torres Straits, was a key plaintiff in a land rights case in the High Court of Australia, today referred to as the ‘Mabo Case’.
Early life Eddie Mabo. Image courtesy of the Mabo family. Eddie Koiki Mabo was born on 29 June,on the island of Mer (Murray Island) in the Torres Strait. Title Sources; Edward Koiki Mabo: his life and struggle for land rights: Guide to the papers of Edward Koiki Mabo in the National Library of Australia.
MABO - THE NATIVE TITLE REVOLUTION WEBSITE A Film Australia Digital Learning production in association with Tantamount Productions This EXTENSIVE ONLINE RESOURCE is translated from the award winning CD-ROM, Mabo - The Native Title Revolution, winner of the ATOM, and AIMIA Awards in Australia and a UK BAFTA Interactive Award Finalist.
Producer. Edward ‘Koiki’ Mabo (–), Torres Strait Islander community leader and land rights campaigner, was born on 29 June at Las, on Mer, in the Murray group of islands, Queensland, the fourth. Guide to the Papers of Edward Koiki Mabo (NLA, Australia) [Manuscript Collection of the National Library of Australia: Scope and Content Note; Biographical Note.
Locate material using both Library catalogues and other research resources. At the University of Sydney, Fisher Library's Curriculum Collection includes children's books with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives.
The Wingara Mura Research Library in the Wooley Building also includes many children's books which represent historical changes in the writing and illustration of Author: Christine Tennent.
Edward Koiki Mabo: his life and struggle for land rights Our library in Townsville is named after the man.
This book was written in conjuction with Noel Loos a personal friend and former JCU colleague of Mr Mabo and someone who had personal insight into the native title case that would later be known by Koiki's surname. by Noel Loos and Koiki Mabo.
Guide to the Papers of Edward Koiki Mabo Source: National Library of Australia Manuscript Collection of the National Library of Australia: contains text written in Mr Mabo's language Meriam Mir. The Library is also home to the Mabo Case Manuscripts that include the papers of Edward Koiki Mabo (–), the leading plaintiff in the case.
Inthis collection was inscribed on the UNESCO Memory of the World Register. Give your students the opportunity to engage with Mabo’s epic battle for land rights, and its legacy, by viewing. Mabo: life of an island man [VHS] by Director, co-producer and narrator, Trevor Graham Call Number: CHIFLEY audio-vis DUM3M33 Publication Date: Research publications Browse the papers, reports, submissions trailblazing Aboriginal rights activist who founded the Aboriginal Progressive Association and led protests at the National Day of Mourning.
Eddie Koiki Mabo. Edward Mabo was a key plaintiff in. Australian Cinema after Mabo is a comprehensive study of Australian national cinema in the s.
Using the Mabo decision as a starting point, it looks at how the Mabo decision, where the founding doctrine of terra nullius was overruled, has destabilised the way Australians relate to the : Felicity Collins, Therese Davis.
Torres News 25 April been put up on the net by the National Library of Australia. And warning it can be addictive. begin by reminding ourselves that Eddie Koiki Mabo was one of.The theme for National Reconciliation Week is 'Communities Working Together' - a chance to explore and acknowledge shared experiences, a shared heritage and to understand and respect local indigenous people's bibliography aims to recognise National Reconciliation Week by providing a selection of recently published material which Senators and Members and their .See the handwritten journals of Burke and Wills, Australia’s first gold medal for women’s swimming, the landmark papers of Edward Koiki Mabo and more at the Treasures Gallery at the National Library of Australia.
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