Paint Me Black: Memories of Croker Island & Other Journeys

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Paint Me Black tells the remarkable and inspiring life of Claire Henty-Gebert, through times and circumstances beyond the personal experience of most Australians. Claire was born in 1930 near Frew River station, the country of the Kaytetye and Alyawarra Aboriginal people. She was the child of white settler Harry Henty, notoriously callous in his dealings with Aboriginal people, and Ruby, an Alyawarra woman. She was three or four years old, when she was separated from her mother and taken to the Bungalow mission in Alice ...

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