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Tottie Collins (1901–?)

Tottie Clements (1901–?) was born in 1901 in north-west Queensland. She was removed to Barambah (later Cherbourg) Aboriginal Settlement at the age of seven. In 1913 she won first prize for sewing in the Aboriginal Court of the National Agricultural and Industrial Association Exhibition, Brisbane. She married Charlie Collins on 5 December 1923 at Barambah.

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'Collins, Tottie (1901–?)', People Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University,, accessed 21 July 2024.

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Queensland, Australia

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