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The Lost children: Thirteen Australians taken from their Aboriginal…

by Peter Read, Coral Edwards (Editor)

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From the back cover: "Thirteen Children is a powerful and disturbing oral history in which thirteen people describe their early memories of being removed from their parents, of institutions and foster families. In compelling first-hand accounts we learn of their agonising search for their families, their feeling before the first reunion, the problems of trying to love and become part of two families and of their struggle to recapture their Aboriginality."
  blackfellas | Nov 11, 2007 |
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