Secondhand. Very good condition. Minor wear to book corners.
In 1957, officers from the Welfare Branch of the Northern Territory Administration began patrolling the Gibson and the Great Sandy Desert. Here they found the Pintubi people, who were still living a traditional lifestyle and culture, having had no contact with Europeans and white people.
In 1963, Douglas Lockwood, a correspondent with the Melbourne Herald, was invited to join a patrol into the Gibson Desert, 960km west of Alice Springs and 320km across the Western Australian border.
First published in 1964.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander readers please note that this book may contain descriptions and/or images of people who have passed away.