Bardoo Mai and Other Indigenous Things

Bardoo Mai and Other Indigenous Things

Author: Briann Kearney

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ISBN: 1329797833

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Page: 212

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Patrice Ann Power, a member of the stolen generation, tells of being the first Australian First Nation child to be formally fostered by a First Nation woman. Power has also incorporated, not only her own history but that of her people, her children, her extended family and white Australians. The book also includes several traditional indigenous recipes, an Indigenous Australian dictionary and a chapter on Indigenous languages of Australia.
Bardoo Mai and Other Indigenous Things
Language: en
Pages: 212
Authors: Briann Kearney, Patrice Ann Power
Categories:
Type: BOOK - Published: 2016-01-02 - Publisher:

Patrice Ann Power, a member of the stolen generation, tells of being the first Australian First Nation child to be formally fostered by a First Nation woman. Power has also incorporated, not only her own history but that of her people, her children, her extended family and white Australians. The
Bardoo Mai and Other Indigenous Things
Language: en
Pages: 157
Authors: Patrice Ann Power, Brody T. Lorraine
Categories: Aboriginal Australians
Type: BOOK - Published: 2008 - Publisher: Lulu.com

BARDOO MAI AND OTHER INDIGENOUS THINGS is the story of Patrice Ann Power an award winning Indigenous Australian Installation artist and the recipient of two Arts Queensland / Regional Arts Development Fund grants. This is about her thirty six year search for her Narrangu family and the successful outcome which
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Pages: 36
Authors: briann kearney
Categories: Poetry
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Language: en
Pages: 36
Authors: Briann Kearney
Categories: Fiction
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Categories: Bards and bardism
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