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The first Aboriginal preschool in Alice Springs


Father Percy Smith and Lucy Britain who worked for the Anglican Church in 1953 became concerned that Aboriginal children who lived in the town area of Alice Springs did not have access to a preschool. So the started one. By JOHN P McD SMITH. PHOTO: Aboriginal children being helped off the government truck at St John's Hostel Pre-School. Mrs Lucy Britain (right) and Ms Marie Burke (left).

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