By Gordon Briscoe
Counting, health and wellbeing and id investigates Indigenous and colonist pondering, ideologies and responses to affliction and health and wellbeing, really as they take place in demographic dilemmas in Western Australia and Queensland, from 1900 to 1940.
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3 in Appendix 1). 5: Full-blood Aborigines by age and sex in WA, 1911. 3. 6: Half-caste Aborigines by age and sex in WA, 1911. 3. 7:Total full-blood and half-caste Aborigines by age and sex in WA, 1911. 3. 8: Age-specific sex ratio of full-blood and half-caste Aborigines in WA, 1911. 3. 4 at the end of this chapter). 6). 1). 3). 6). 8). F. These gave a brief statement of the physical health and condition of Aborigines of both full-blood and half-caste descent. O. The difference between the two earlier censuses and 1921 was that data on the full-blood population was neither processed nor published.
The Bureau improved the census by not only employing trained Collectors but also increased these numbers. In 24 addition, Aboriginal censuses were conducted each year from 1921 to 1944, and the 1934-35 Royal Commission into the Condition and Treatment of Aborigines heightened awareness of their situation in the north of the State. At the same time, the census authorities made no attempt to develop a special collection methodology. 67 Some attempt to count Aborigines did occur but the dangers of bush travel limited their effectiveness.
O. The difference between the two earlier censuses and 1921 was that data on the full-blood population was neither processed nor published. 5 in Appendix 1). That is, they had expanded at roughly the same rate, albeit over different time spans. The half-caste females moved freely from one racial and cultural group to another in search of, or leaving, marriage partners. Where some people took their partner's racial and social identity they experienced a change in their racial status. 5. 6. * No figures for full-blood Aborigines available.
Counting, Health And Identity: A History Of Aboriginal Health And Demography In Western Australia And Queensland 1900-1940 by Gordon Briscoe