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Pilkington, Doris (Garimara)


Doris Pilkington’s traditional name is Nugi Garimara. She was born in 1937 on Balfour Downs Station in the East Pilbara, homeland of her Mardu ancestors. As a toddler she was removed by authorities from her home at the station, along with her mother Molly Craig and baby sister Anna, and committed to Moore River Native Settlement. This was the same institution Molly had escaped from ten years previously, the account of which is told in
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Follow The Rabbit-Proof Fence

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This is an extraordinary story of courage and faith. It is based on the actual experiences of three girls who fled from the repressive life of Moore River Native Settlement, following along the rabbit-proof fence back to their homelands.


Home To Mother

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The children's edition of Follow the Rabbit-Proof Fence


Under The Wintamarra Tree

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The wintamarra tree is a permanent reminder of the beginning of my life. The journey of healing and the healing process is similar to the wintamarra tree. It's always been there waiting for me to come and reconnect to my birthplace. Doris Pilkington Garimara Sequel to Follow the Rabbit-Proof Fence