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Categories: History of Indigenous Australians, Aboriginal land rights in Australia, Articles with short description, Yolngu, Australian Indigenous law
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Yirrkala bark petitions  Bark petition  Yirrkala bark petitions 1963
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The Yirrkala bark petitions, sent by the Yolngu people of Arnhem Land to the Australian Parliament in 1963, were the first traditional documents prepared by Indigenous Australians that were recognised by the Australian Parliament, and the first documentary recognition of Indigenous people in Australian law. Wikipedia
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The Yirrkala bark petitions, sent by the Yolngu people of Arnhem Land to the Australian Parliament in 1963, were the first traditional documents prepared by Indigenous Australians that were recognised by the Australian Parliament, and the first documentary recognition of Indigenous people in Australian law. Wikipedia
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