Is That You Ruthie?

Is That You Ruthie Is that you Matron s voice would ring out across the dormitory In that pause sixty little girls would stop in their tracks waiting to hear who was in trouble All too often the name called out would b

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  • Title: Is That You Ruthie?
  • Author: Ruth Hegarty
  • ISBN: 9780702230998
  • Page: 217
  • Format: Paperback
  • Is that you Matron s voice would ring out across the dormitory In that pause sixty little girls would stop in their tracks, waiting to hear who was in trouble All too often the name called out would be that of the high spirited dormitory girl Ruthie In the Depression years Queensland s notorious Cherbourg Aboriginal Mission become home to four year old Ruth until her lIs that you Matron s voice would ring out across the dormitory In that pause sixty little girls would stop in their tracks, waiting to hear who was in trouble All too often the name called out would be that of the high spirited dormitory girl Ruthie In the Depression years Queensland s notorious Cherbourg Aboriginal Mission become home to four year old Ruth until her late teens when she was sent out to serve as a domestic on a station homestead.Ruthie is the central character in this lively and candid memoir of institutional life Her milestones and memories reflect the experiences of many dormitory girls The strong and lasting bonds that developed between them helped to compensate for family love and support denied them by the disruptive removal policy of the day.An inspiring lifestory, this remarkable memoir won the prestigious David Unaipon Award in 1998 In her recently released sequel Bittersweet Journey Ruth recounts, with characteristic humour and honesty, a dormitory girl s life after the Mission.

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    1. Is That You, Ruthie? was a call often heard ringing out in the dormitory or grounds, as Ruthie gradually gained a reputation for misbehavior.Ruthie was just four and a half years old when it was 'decided' by the powers that be that she was old enough to start schoolwhich in turn meant that she was old enough to be taken away from her Mum and placed with the other girls in a separate dormitory of the Aboriginal Settlement Mission, just close enough to her mother's dormitory to not be able to see [...]

    2. ‘I have always wanted to write a book about my own life. It’s something I thought about so many times over the years, but doubt would take over and I convinced myself I would do it later when the time was right.’This is Ruth Hegarty’s memoir, an account of the first part of her life as a dormitory girl in Queensland’s Cherbourg Aboriginal Mission. It’s a heartbreaking account of the impact and consequences of a policy which divided families, replacing family structures with rigid dor [...]

    3. One of the first life stories written by an Australian First Nations person after spending a Woodford Folk Festival sitting in the Women's Circle, in the Murri Camp, with some of the most amazing ladies I have ever had the opportunity to spend time with. I had been living on mainland Australia for a couple of years by then and I was hearing first hand life stories of a history I truly knew virtually nothing about. I was in my early 40s, and there were ladies there of all ages and virtually every [...]

    4. When Ruthie’s pregnant mother travelled to the Cherbourg settlement to help her parents settle in, she’d expected to return to her fiancée, and start their family together. But once she entered the facility, she never saw him again. Once inside, without her consent, she and her unborn daughter became wards of the government.It sounds like the start of a dystopian nightmare, not a memoir. The settling of indigenous Australians in camps is a part of our history that’s difficult to think abo [...]

    5. This is a memoir of growing up on an Aboriginal mission. Ruth's family moved onto the mission during the Depression years when work was almost impossible to find for Aboriginal stockmen. Her grandfather had no idea what would happen to his family and Hegarty believes that had he known he never would have gone near there.Growing up on the mission was hard and life was pretty tough. The way the people on the mission were treated is heartbreaking. That anyone could think they were doing the right t [...]

    6. Simply written but not in an engaging way; the writing style is technically awkward and many statements unnecessarily repetitious. Though the author's mission experiences were described, they could have been more effectively integrated into a narrative to engage rather than lecture to readers.

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