GROG WAR: A book dedicated to the achievements of the Traditional Elders of Tennant Creek in Their war against Grog, and to our children and yours WRIGHT, Alexis

By: WRIGHT, Alexis

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GROG WAR: A book dedicated to the achievements of the Traditional Elders of Tennant Creek in Their war against Grog, and to our children and yours WRIGHT, Alexis by WRIGHT, Alexis
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Broome, Magabala, 1997. first edition - paperback, stiff card covers. Tennant Creek was founded on grog. The story goes that a beer truch broke down before reaching the telegraph station near Tennant Creek. So the town came to the beer truck and stayed. The town is on Warumungu land. Now, many local people are suffering and dying from the effects. 'Grog War' tells about the shift from blaming Aboriginal people for public drunkenness to looking at the way grog is pushed and sold. 197 x 130mm., pp. ix, 269, 6 (adverts), b/w plates. Contents and stiff card covers - NEAR FINE

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