Some people may find content on this website distressing. Read more
Western Australia - Archival Item

Sealin Garlett interviewed by John Bannister in the Bringing them home oral history project (2001)

National Library of Australia

Reference No
Legal Status
National Library of Australia Bib ID

Garlett speaks about living a semi-traditional lifestyle with his parents before he was removed from his family at age 7. He was sent to Mogumber Mission and was billeted out to families in Perth during school holidays. He describes life at Mogumber. As an adult, Garlett became a minister in the Uniting Church. He talks about his strong sense of family and his Christian faith, and expresses his opinion on Reconciliation.

Prepared by: Debra Rosser