|Series||East Kimberley working paper -- no. 21|
|Contributions||East Kimberley Project, Australian National University. Centre for Resource and Environmental Studies.|
|LC Classifications||GN667.W5 Y68 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||79, 3 p. :|
|Number of Pages||79|
[Review Essay] When the Dust Come in between: Aboriginal Viewpoints in the East Kimberley Prior to David Mardiros, single work essay — Appears in: Australian Aboriginal Studies, no. 2 ; (p. ) Abstract 'This volume is the last of a series of life histories of Aboriginal me n and women from the East Kimberley compiled by Bruce Shaw. Karunjie Station is a remote cattle station located in the eastern Kimberley region of Western Australia. Below is a short story about how Craig Hodges came to stay on the station for a couple of days with a group of bull catchers in early October Karunjie Station Group Pictured above: Back Row (left to. Within 40 yr of the arrival of white settlers in the East Kimberley, the Aboriginal mode of production had been partially transformed by the expropriation of land, the replacement of the main mode of sub- sistence and the spatial concentration of Aborigines around station homesteads. a number of cattle stations were bought on behalf of Cited by: 4. The Spiritual Perspective of Aboriginal Painter Rover Thomas by Nevill Drury Thomas's work captures the essence of the East Kimberley landscape in both a topographical and spiritual sense. While incorporating in his works specific references to river beds, dirt tracks, local valleys, hills and cattle station homesteads, the paintings are.
1. Principal sheep and cattle stations in the Kimberley District, 2. Localities relevant to impact stories of the East Kimberley. 3. Rough sketch of East Kimberley rivers and stations, vii viii 7. In a multi-million dollar deal, Walalakoo Aboriginal Corporation (WAC) has acquired Myroodah Station in the Kimberley region of WA. WAC will sub-lease the station to the Indigenous-owned Kimberley Agriculture and Pastoral Company. The Kimberley Agriculture and Pastoral Company will become the biggest Indigenous-owned cattle venture in the region. With the establishment of large cattle stations in the 19thcentury, many Aboriginal people were forced from their land and relocated to communities such as Balgo Hills, Warmun (Turkey Creek), Kununurra, Fitzroy Crossing and Kalumburu. In these towns Pama-Nyungan, Bunuban, Worrorran, Nyulnylan and Jarragan people now live together. Aboriginal people in the Kimberley are growing a cattle empire. (Supplied: KRED) Posted 21 Jan January Mon Monday 21 Jan January at pm, .
Moola Bulla Station is a pastoral lease that operates as a cattle station in the Kimberley region of Western is approximately 20 kilometres (12 mi) west of Halls Creek and kilometres (93 mi) south of Warmun, and occupies an area of 6, square kilometres (2, sq mi). It bisects the watershed of the Fitzroy River and Ord Rivers. 16 hours ago Roebuck Plains is a ,hectare station 40 kilometres east of Broome, that carr head of mainly Brahman cattle. The station is owned by . from Queensland in the mids and their first encounters with the Aboriginal popu lation were in the East Kimberley (Clement a; b; Ross and Bray ; Smith this issue). There is no doubt that there was an expectation that people from the many Aboriginal tribal groups would provide cheap labour on the new cattle stations. For. Margaret River Station- East Kimberley- Halls Creek Shire. Agistment on Aboriginal owned Pastoral Leases: So between the three stations, as well as country we lease on bordering properties, we now run aro cattle on this beautiful Kimberley Country. With our investors, staff and all our animals, we are one big “Yougawalla Family.”.