Topics: Government policy

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North Coastal - view

stolen generations

South Coastal - view

Kinchela boys home

West - view

Governor Macquarie giving his forebear a land grant at Blacktown

South Coastal - view

department of housing inspector was a regular visitor, trying to prove them “dirty blacks” so he also could take them away.

North Coastal - view

Susan Moylan-Coombs was removed from her family

South Coastal - view

Taken from her mother as a baby and sent to live with a foster family,

West - view

he and his brother were fostered to a non-Aboriginal family shortly after he was placed in a home at the age of four

West - view

Marella Boys Home where he was taken at the age of 4.

North West - view

owned by Aboriginal people and recognised as an Aboriginal Place through the Office of Environment and Heritage (OEH).

North Coastal - view

meeting the requirements of The Native Title Act are often impossible when so many people were killed and so much culture destroyed

West - view

Mulgoa Children’s home , run by the church for the government Welfare Board.

West - view

high school, receiving his first Aboriginal study grant

West - view

chose to marry the father of the baby rather than lose her child.

North West - view

Bringing Them Home Program

North Coastal - view

extinguishing their right to claim the land as theirs under The Native Title Act

South Coastal - view

Pamela Young and her two sisters were taken from their mother

West - view

“because of the welfare”

West - view

“we had to watch out for the black car that kept coming around” to take Aboriginal children.

Central - view

the role of the Aboriginal Protection Board (1883-1940) during the early 1900s, how Aboriginal people fought at war and still lost their children and homes

Central - view

Vagrancy Act led to persecution of poor people