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Question 1: On 1 May 1946, an estimated 600 Aboriginal stockmen throughout the north of ________ refused to work until they had been guaranteed a minimum wage of thirty shillings a week.
South AustraliaTasmaniaNorthern TerritoryWestern Australia

Question 2: The Pitjantjatjara Lands Act ________, of South Australia enabled land to be transferred to the Pitjantjatjara people, who had maintained a continuous connection with their land.
1979198219801981

Question 3: The bark petition attracted national and international attention and now hangs in ________ as a testament to the Yolngu role in the birth of the land rights movement.
Old Parliament House, CanberraParliament House, CanberraAustraliaMelbourne

Question 4: Central Land Council and Northern Land Council of the ________
Western AustraliaNorthern TerritoryDarwin, Northern TerritoryAustralia

Question 5: Only in ________ was the assumption that Australia was terra nullius rejected by the High Court in the Mabo decision, which granted Murray Island in the Torres Strait to its Torres Strait Islander residents.
1995199319921991

Question 6: The ________ of northeast Arnhem Land had retained a very strong connection with their land, culture and Law (Madayin), due to the remoteness of Arnhem Land to white Australia.
Native titleIndigenous AustraliansCaledon Bay crisisYolngu

Question 7: As a result of the findings of the Woodward Aboriginal Land Rights Commission, the Fraser Government enacted the Aboriginal Land Rights Act in 1976, after its drafting by the Whitlam Labor Government in ________.
1975197219731970

Question 8: In ________, Gough Whitlam handed back land to the Gurindji people.
1975197319761972

Question 9: Meanwhile, the Yolngu realised their bark petition had not been taken seriously by the politicians in Canberra, and instead took their grievances to the courts in ________, in the case of Milirrpum v Nabalco Pty Ltd.
1972197119701969

Question 10: Indian reservation, land which is managed by a Native American tribe under the United States Department of the Interior's ________.
Bureau of Land ManagementUnited States Fish and Wildlife ServiceBureau of Indian AffairsNational Park Service







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