Patrol in the Dreamtime
Colin Macleod was a young public servant when, some forty years ago, he went to the Northern Territory in search of adventure. he took a job as a patrol officer, registering full-blood Aborigines as wards of the State.
As wards, Aborigines were less than second-class sitizens; they could not drink, marry or travel freely without the permission of the State. It was a time when Aboriginal men traded the 'use' of their wives for alcohol; when the white authorities removed children from thier mothers. For Colin, it was all in a day's work.
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