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Michael GALLAGHER

Born
25 January 1949 Australia
Nationality
Australian

38 works

Laurie Flowers, Lockridge Camp Michael GALLAGHER Teddy and Robert Bropho, Lockridge Camp Michael GALLAGHER Robert Bropho's birthday party Michael GALLAGHER Vicki and Bella, Lockridge Camp Michael GALLAGHER Getting ready for school, Beagle Bay Michael GALLAGHER Footballers, Lombadina Mission Michael GALLAGHER Old man and woman, Fall Creek Michael GALLAGHER Bamboo Springs Outstation Michael GALLAGHER Arthur, Laurel, Dotty and Shirley, Lockridge Camp Michael GALLAGHER Arthur Williams and Laurie Flowers, Lockridge Camp Michael GALLAGHER Tracy, Jason and Peter Michael GALLAGHER Lynette Bropho, Timothy Bropho, Lynette Lawson and Nora Bropho Michael GALLAGHER 29th March. In the early hours of the morning AMAX return with a police escort. Later that morning, during a long meeting in 45°C heat, Dickie Skinner once more carefully stated the Noonkanbah position - and once more it was rejected Michael GALLAGHER 29th March. In the early hours of the morning AMAX return with a police escort. Later that morning, during a long meeting in 45°C heat, Dickie Skinner once more carefully stated the Noonkanbah position - and once more it was rejected Michael GALLAGHER 29th March. In the early hours of the morning AMAX return with a police escort. Later that morning, during a long meeting in 45°C heat, Dickie Skinner once more carefully stated the Noonkanbah position - and once more it was rejected Michael GALLAGHER 29th March. In the early hours of the morning AMAX return with a police escort. Later that morning, during a long meeting in 45°C heat, Dickie Skinner once more carefully stated the Noonkanbah position - and once more it was rejected Michael GALLAGHER 28th March. AMAX water drillers return after legal action causes a week's delay. Dickie Skinner (third from the left) asks them to leave Noonkanbah. They do so. One press report stated the Aborigines threatened the driller with spears and boomerangs Michael GALLAGHER 28th March. AMAX water drillers return after legal action causes a week’s delay. Dickie Skinner (third from the left) asks them to leave Noonkanbah. They do so. One press report stated the Aborigines threatened the driller with spears and boomerangs Michael GALLAGHER The Noonkanbah people are given a 'choice' of two drill sites which to them are indistinguishable Michael GALLAGHER 12 August. About 5:30 pm. The convoy arrives. It is given a mock welcome after news of an ACTU black ban on working the rig Michael GALLAGHER 12th August. 8 am. Police break up a roadblock for the convoy at Mickey's Pool Creek. Twenty-two arrested Michael GALLAGHER 12th August. 8 am. Police break up a roadblock for the convoy at Mickey's Pool Creek. Twenty-two arrested Michael GALLAGHER 12th August. 8 am. Police break up a roadblock for the convoy at Mickey's Pool Creek. Twenty-two arrested Michael GALLAGHER A delegation tries unsuccessfully to deliver the proclamation to the senior police officer at the drill site Michael GALLAGHER 10th August. Noonkanbah is proclaimed Aboriginal land Michael GALLAGHER 18th March. AMAX arrives to begin their drilling program but are told by Ivan McPhee to get off Noonkanbah. AMAX refuse to leave, claiming the legal right to drill, and are escorted to the drill site by police Michael GALLAGHER 25th July 1980. AMAX arrives a fourth time, and stays several months. Aborigines blocking the road to the site are told that the road through Noonkanbah and the drill site have been resumed by the Government. AMAX makes their camp Michael GALLAGHER 25th July 1980. AMAX arrives a fourth time, and stays several months. Aborigines blocking the road to the site are told that the road through Noonkanbah and the drill site have been resumed by the Government. AMAX makes their camp Michael GALLAGHER 25th July 1980. AMAX arrives a fourth time, and stays several months. Aborigines blocking the road to the site are told that the road through Noonkanbah and the drill site have been resumed by the Government. AMAX makes their camp Michael GALLAGHER 18th April. Aboriginal people from all over the Kimberley gather at Noonkanbah for a meeting of the Kimberley Land Council Michael GALLAGHER
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