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One hundred years ago, the Chief Protector of Aborigines in Queensland set up what he described as a dumping ground for the lame, the halt and the incorrigible black criminals of the State. The place he was talking about was Cherbourg. These days, Cherbourg is a thriving community of 2,500 people, 200 km north-west of Brisbane. The community recently had its 100-year anniversary, but as you'll see, it was more a celebration of survival then a centenary. From the Message Stick series.

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Crew

Director
Julie Nimmo
Writers
Julie Nimmo
Producer
Julie Nimmo

Production Details

Production Completion
2004
Production Company
ABC TV Indigenous Programs Unit

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