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Author Carrodus, Geraldine

Title Rabbit-proof fence : study guide / written for ATOM by Geraldine Carrodus, Libby Tudball and Tammy Walsh
Published [Carlton South, Vic.] : ATOM, [2001]


Location Call no. Vol. Availability
 MELB  791.43076 Aus/Rpf  AVAILABLE
Description 12 pages : illustrations, photographs ; 30 cm
Series ATOM study guides
ATOM study guides
Summary The film is based on the true story of three young aboriginal girls (Molly, Gracie and Daisy) forcibly removed from their families in Jigalong, W.A., in 1931. Taken to be trained as domestic servants at Moore River Native Settlement north of Perth, the film tells the story of their experiences to return home along the rabbit-proof fence
Notes Cover title
Bibliography Includes bibliography
Subject Moore River Native Settlement (W.A.) -- History.
Jigalong Mission
Motion pictures -- Problems, exercises, etc. -- Juvenile literature.
Aboriginal Australians -- Fiction.
Aboriginal Australians -- Relocation -- Fiction.
Aboriginal Australians -- Child welfare -- Personal narratives -- Fiction
Children, Aboriginal Australian -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- Fiction.
Aboriginal Australians, Treatment of -- History -- Fiction.
Moore River Region (W.A.) -- Fiction
Jigalong Region (W.A.) -- Fiction
Genre/Form Fiction.
Author Tudball, Libby.
Walsh, Tammy
Pilkington, Doris, 1937-2014. Follow the rabbit-proof fence.
Australian Teachers of Media.
ISBN 1876467126