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The 1881 Maloga petition: a call for self-determination and a key moment on the path to the Voice

By Julie Andrews, Professor and Academic Director (Indigenous Research), La Trobe University
Richard Broome, Emeritus Professor - History, La Trobe University
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In their 1881 petition, Aboriginal people from the Maloga mission who sought greater freedom from missionary control called for the government to grant them their own parcel of land.The Conversation

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