Commemorating the colonial Pilbara: beyond memorials into difficult history

@article{Gregory2015CommemoratingTC,
  title={Commemorating the colonial Pilbara: beyond memorials into difficult history},
  author={K. Gregory and A. Paterson},
  journal={National Identities},
  year={2015},
  volume={17},
  pages={137 - 153}
}
The colonial Northwest of Western Australia was a harsh frontier, where demands for Aboriginal land, labour and knowledge led to dispossession, loss of rights, massacre and generations encumbered with the colonial legacy. In the Pilbara, there are some rare attempts to engage with this difficult colonial history, mainly in the form of heritage site interpretation and heritage trails. Overall, the difficult colonial history of the Northwest is poorly represented. Colonialism and its legacy are… Expand

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