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You call it Desert – we used to live there - A rare journey into the lives of the Walmajarri people of the Great Sandy Desert. With Jimmy Pike as her teacher, Pat Lowe explored the day-to-day lives of the desert dwellers. Through her unique understanding of their use of the land, its features and materials, Lowe writes about the resourcefulness and ingenuity of the desert people.
The Mirning, We are the Whales - Iris Burgoyne lives through phenomenal tides of change in this family history from the Mirning and Kookatha people of South Australia's stormy west coast. A stunning feast of archival photographs detail a social portrait of the People of the Whales who were determined to overcome social oppression and intense religious persuasion.
Raparapa, Stories from the Fitzroy River Drovers - Winner WA Week Literary Award. This richly illustrated treasure trove of history gives voice to the heroic, hardworking and skilled Aboriginal drovers who worked on the cattle stations around Western Australia's Fitzroy River region. Written by Paul Marshall.
Out of the Desert - Stories from the Walmajarri Exodus. Winner WA Premier's Book Award. Within only one generation, the Walmajarri desert dwellers left their traditional lands of the Great Sandy Desert behind to face station life and a world far beyond the sandhills. A compelling collection of art and stories from the Walmajarri people.
Moola Bulla, In the Shadow of the Mountain - A lively account of the government-run station near Halls Creek in the Kimberley which was used as a punishment place for Aboriginal people. This is the story of Moola Boola, an idealistic government experiment, and the remarkable people that lived there. Told in English, Kija, Jaru and Kriol by the Kimberley Language Resource Centre.
Goodbye Riverbank - The Indigenous people of inland eastern Australia were pushed on to reserves in the century. What that meant to them is told in these earthy, generous and lively stories from their descendents. Written by Cilka Zagar.
Footprints Across Our Land - Paintings and stories by thirteen senior desert women from around Balgo and the Central Desert of Western Australia—they present their culture and talk about life in the desert. Includes experiences of hunting, first contact and stock work. Written by Jordan Crugnale.
Yirra Land, Law and Language - An account of the diversity of Aboriginal culture and ceremony in the Kimberley region of Western Australia. With b/w and colour photographs. Written by the Kimberley Aboriginal Law and Culture Centre.
No Options No Choice - The true story of Thomas Corbett, who was subjected to the harsh conditions of incarceration experienced by Indigenous people at the infamous Moore River Settlement in Western Australia. Humorous, gritty and without sentimentality. Written by Rosemary Van Den Berg.
Ngay Janijirr Ngank This is My Word - Interwoven with the richness and diversity of Nyulnyul stories, this is Williams' account of the coming of the missionaries and the resultant destruction of Law and culture. Written by Magdalene Williams and edited and illustrated by Pat Torres.