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Eileen Stevens interviewed by Steven Guth in the Bringing them home oral history project

Author: Eileen Stevens; Steven Guth
Publisher: 2000.
Series: Bringing them home oral history project.
Edition/Format:   Audiobook : English
Publication:Bringing them home oral history project
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Stevens, a welfare worker and Indigenous separated child, speaks about her removal to Bomaderry Children's Home, N.S.W. due to her mother's ill health. She describes the living conditions at Bomaderry. She was later moved to Burnside Home, and she compares the conditions at Burnside with those at Bomaderry. Stevens also discusses her reunion with her family and her adult life.
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Genre/Form: Interviews
Personal narratives
Named Person: Eileen Stevens
Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Eileen Stevens; Steven Guth
OCLC Number: 222602593
Event notes: Recorded on May 13 & 15-16, 2000 in Katoomba, N.S.W.
Description: 6 digital audio tapes (355 min.)
Series Title: Bringing them home oral history project.

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Stevens, a welfare worker and Indigenous separated child, speaks about her removal to Bomaderry Children's Home, N.S.W. due to her mother's ill health. She describes the living conditions at Bomaderry. She was later moved to Burnside Home, and she compares the conditions at Burnside with those at Bomaderry. Stevens also discusses her reunion with her family and her adult life.

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