Three Books by Aboriginal Authors about the Realty of Contact with Fission Fallout.

Maralinga dust / Lallie Lennon
Lennon, Lallie Kantjuringa Local call number: B P957.37/W1 Principal Author:
Lennon, Lallie Kantjuringa Title: Maralinga dust / Lallie Lennon Source: Women of
the centre / edited by Adele Pring Apollo Bay, Vic.; Pascoe , 1990; p. 88-98; ill., map,
port. Imprint: 1990 Annotation: Personal observation of effects of Maralinga testing
on health of her family Collection: Print – Book Analytics Topical: Defence – Missile
and weapons testing – Nuclear weapons Topical: Family Topical: Health –
Gastrointestinal system Topical: Health – Skin physiology and disease Place:
Maralinga (Far West SA SH52-12) The Australian Institute of Aboriginal and
Torres Strait Islander Studies Mura Library Catalogue

Lester, Yami & Institute for Aboriginal Development (Alice Springs, N.T.) 1993,
Yami : the autobiography of Yami Lester, Institute for Aboriginal Development, Alice

Lennon, Jessie and Madigan, Michele I’m the one that know this country! (Revised
ed). Aboriginal Studies Press, Canberra, 2011.

3 Responses to “Three Books by Aboriginal Authors about the Realty of Contact with Fission Fallout.”

  1. CaptD Says:

    Are these available in eBook format?

    If so please provide some links…

  2. CaptD Says:

    I’m sure that many outside of Australia would be interested in reading these books, especially if there was a kindle version…
    Liked and Tweeted…

    • nuclearhistory Says:

      I am waiting for confirmation of permission CaptD and as soon as I get it, I will be putting a pdf up as free download on the pdf tells the basic story.

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