APB

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APBAll Points Bulletin (law enforcement)
APBAccounting Principles Board
APBAuditing Practices Board (UK FRC)
APBAccounting Principles Board opinion (GAAP)
APBAcquisition Program Baseline
APBAdvanced Pci Bridge
APBAccess Point and Bridge
APBActive Php Bookmarks
APBAdmission Post-Bac (French online higher education portal)
APBAdvanced Peripheral Bus
APBA Path Beyond (gaming)
APBApoptygma Berzerk (band)
APBAnnual Performance Bonus
APBAnsible Playbook Bundle (app)
APBAbductor Pollicis Brevis (muscle)
APBAdvisory Policy Board (CJIS)
APBAborigines Protection Board (Australia)
APBAdvance Payment Bond (finance)
APBA Prueba de Boludos (Spanish: Stupid Proof)
APBAssociation Pharmaceutique Belge (Belgian Pharmacists Association)
APBAlgemene Pharmaceutische Bond (Belgian Pharmacists Association)
APBAsia-Pacific Broadcasting
APBAdvanced Processing Build
APBAtrial Premature Beat
APBAssociation Parole-Bégaiement
APBSelf-Propelled Barracks Ship
APBAgriculture Protection Board (Washington)
APBAnti Pass Back (parking management)
APBAmerican Pig Brand (clothing)
APBAnti-Phase Boundary (crystal chemistry)
APBAsia Pacific Board (IEEE)
APBAmbulatory Blood Pressure
APBAvant Projet de Budget (French: Before Project Budget)
APBAlpha Phi Beta (fraternity)
APBAnalytical Processing Benchmark
APBAssociation pour la Promotion des Batwa (French)
APBAcademic Policy Board (various schools)
APBAmerican Partners Bank (Waterfield Bank; Bethesda, MD)
APBAnti Pirate Bureau (Swedish Antipiratbyrån)
APBAmerican Part-Blooded Horse Registry
APBAuto-Pièce Burguière (French auto parts retailer)
APBApproved Program Baseline
APBAfghanistan Programming Body
APBAnderson Pipe Band (Tulsa, Oklahoma)
APBAssociated Press Broadcasters
APBAssociacao Portuguesa de Biologos (Portuguese: Portuguese Association of Biology)
APBAvionics Planning Baseline
APBAcquisition Project Baseline
APBAmyloid Beta A4 Precursor Protein-Binding
APBActive Position Backward
APBAthens Park Bloods (gang)
APBA3I Project Baseline
APBAmerican Policy Board
APBArmy Packaging Board
APBAnti Personnel Blast
APBAnti-Phase (domain) Boundary (also seen as APDB)
APBAutomatismes et Portes pour le Bâtiment (French: Doors and Automation in Construction)
APBATM Performance and Billing (Sprint)
APBAdductor Pollicis Brevis (medical; hand muscle)
APBAutomation Policy Board
APBAntenna Pointing Buffer
APBAdditional Policy Benefit (Insurance)
APBAyr-Paris Band (Ontario, Canada)
APBAdvert Puzzle Book (UK)
APBAll Police Band (amateur music group)
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Jimmie came to Brewarrina from Cunnamulla with his mother Margaret, a Murrawarri woman, in 1912 after the Aborigines Protection Board gained powers to remove children from their families, (3) but she was so appalled by conditions at the Mission that they camped near town until 1915, when she returned to the Mission and remained there until her death in 1922.
The Aborigines Protection Board of New South Wales (1883-1940) controlled Aborigines under special legislation that allowed it to forcibly remove Aboriginal children living with their parents and 're-socialise' them.
In fact, the prominent Murray family were at times denied Aboriginality and were even reported by the Aborigines Protection Board as having Negro blood, as ways to deal with their difference (99.
A decade later in 1892, the Report of the NSW Aborigines Protection Board recorded that: 'those [Aborigines] at La Perouse are generally employed fishing, some also make native weapons and gather honey for sale.
More seriously, the depraved lives led by Aboriginal parents and the horrors of camp life were cited as justification for extending the discretionary powers of the New South Wales Aborigines Protection Board in 1915, (206) enabling it to 'assume full control and custody of the child of any aborigine, if after due inquiry it is satisfied that such a course is in the interest of the moral or physical welfare of such child.' (207) The state as protector of children's best interests is also reflected in the guardianship powers invested in the Queensland Director of Native Affairs 'where in his opinion the parents ...
The location of the Station at Purfleet was decided on the first Thursday in May 1900 at the meeting of the Aborigines Protection Board in Sydney.
When the Reverend John Stahle wrote in 1888 to the Aborigines Protection Board raising the issue the secretary, Captain Page, stated that the Board would "discourage the intermarriage of full blacks and half-castes as a matter of principle." (20) If those of mixed descent married white people th eir children would eventually merge with the settler population.
Margaret Tucker moved to Melbourne in 1925 when she was released from her service contract with the NSW Aborigines Protection Board. The onset of the Depression in the 1930s brought great hardship to Aboriginal communities and saw the politicisation of many Aboriginal people who, like Tucker, struggled against poverty and racism.
Ronald and Catherine Berndt, who had a fair bit to do with Penhall and the Aborigines Protection Board in the early 1940s, described him as 'perhaps the worst among all those we have known' (Berndt et al.
The NSW Aborigines Protection Board had administered the gazettal, management, leasing, and revocation of reserve lands, the distribution of rations, and the control and dispersal of the Aboriginal population since the late nineteenth century.
He assisted in the reformulation of the Aborigines Protection Board which was renamed the Aborigines Welfare Board (AWB) in 1941; he argued for an anthropologist to be a member of the board.