jan 1, 1909 - The Aborigines Protection Act 1909 passes in New South Wales
The Aborigines Protection Act 1909 passes in New South Wales:
allowing for Aboriginal children who are deemed by the court as ‘neglected’ to be removed from their families
allowing for the removal of Aboriginal people from towns
preventing non-Aboriginal people from accessing reserves or associating with Aboriginal people.
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