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Collection number 14-001
Collection title Rod Dixon Collection
Date range (approx.) 1970-1996
Shelf meters (approx.) 13.5
Scope and contents Includes materials relating to Mr Dixon’s research and work in Aboriginal workforce development, land rights and education, the development of northern Australia, mining and tourism.
Physical description Manuscripts, typescript, printed matter (books, pamphlets, fliers), clippings, photographs
Language English
Collection created by Rod Dixon
Biographical history Roderick (Rod) Alan Dixon, 1951- ; North Australia Research Unit, ANU; Centre for Aboriginal and Islander Studies, NTU; The University of the South Pacific, Cook Islands Campus
Provenance Rod Dixon
Subjects Aboriginal arts and crafts
Aboriginal education
Aboriginal employment
Aboriginal housing
Aboriginal land rights
Aboriginal languages
Aboriginal legal services
Aboriginal population data
Aboriginal women’s issues
National parks and ranger training
Names (person) Rod Dixon
Places Alligator River Region
Argyle Diamond Mine
Coronation Hill
Gordon Downs
Ord River Irrigation Area
Box list available? Yes. Please open RDixon_BoxList.pdf on this page.
Item list available? No
Conditions governing access Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander researchers are advised that this collection may contain images or names of people who have since passed away
Related material Dixon, R (ed., 2000), Business As Usual? Local Conflicts and Global Challenges in Northern Australia. NARU, Darwin
Dixon, R and Christopherson, C, (1996?), Kimberley Aboriginal labour force: a preliminary survey of Aboriginal employment, education and training in the Kimberley region. Kimberley Land Council, WA
Location Arafura Research Archive. Please contact the Archivist on (08) 8946 7794 or at for more information
Institution Charles Darwin University, Darwin

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