“Sometimes we’d put a few dogs in bed with us to keep us warm.”

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Aboriginal elder, Bob Faulkner, fondly recounts what it was like doing it tough in the 40s-50s.

Recorded in Uralla, NSW

“He said to me, ‘Now close your eyes and don’t think about the dog.’”

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Graeme (Curly) Harris recalls making friends with an aboriginal man, and their meeting with a dingo, during a time of segregation.

 

Recorded in Eumundi, Queensland

“There were six little humpies and they were all made from tin carted from the tip.”

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 Lola talks to her friend, Brad, about her memories of her family and what it was like growing up in the aboriginal camp in Payne Street, Bundaberg.

Recorded in Bundaberg, Queensland