Indigenous Sporting Greats

Indigenous Sporting Greats

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This series explores the histories, culture and identities of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Through different models of storytelling, the reader will discover the experiences of people from the past and present and also how indigenous Australians have fought for rights and why they have a unique place in our society. Suitable for middle primary. Indigenous Sporting Greats: Sport is an Australian way of life. Through the actions and voices of Indigenous sportsmen and women, we learn about policies and attitudes in Australia towards Indigenous people. This book celebrates their sporting achievements and the contributions they have made to Australia life.
Publisher: Port Melbourne, Vic. : c2009. Pearson Education,
ISBN: 9781442509078
Branch Call Number: JNF 796.0899915 ALBE
Characteristics: 24 p. : ill., ports. (some col.) ; 25 cm
Additional Contributors: National Museum of Australia


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