3 edition of The Aborigines of Port Phillip, 1835-1839 found in the catalog.
The Aborigines of Port Phillip, 1835-1839
|Statement||[compiled by the Public Record Office].|
|Series||Historical records of Victoria., v. 2A|
|Contributions||Victoria. Public Record Office.|
|LC Classifications||DU220 .H57 1981 vol. 2A, GN667.V6 .H57 1981 vol. 2A|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 361 p. :|
|Number of Pages||361|
|ISBN 10||0724182608, 0724182632, 0724182667|
|LC Control Number||83186245|
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Cotter, Richard, September , A Cloud Of Hapless Foreboding, Assistant Protector William Thomas and the Port Phillip Aborigines, Nepean Historical Society Inc. Notes: A primary source. This book is a selection of Assistant Protector to the Port Phillip aborigines William Thomas' writings of and Volume 2A: The Aborigines of Port Phillip , Melbourne, VGPO, , ; Mira Lakic & Rosemary Wrench (eds.), Through Their Eyes: An Historical Record of Aboriginal People of Victoria as Documented by the Officials of the Port Phillip Protectorate —, Melbourne, Museum of Victoria, , 74— Cannon, Vol. 6, ,
12 Michael Cannon (ed.), Historical Records of Victoria (HRV), Volume 2A, The Aborigines of Port Phillip –, Victorian Government Printer, Melbourne, – 13w, . (), 'Historical Records of Victoria 2A: The Aborigines of Port Phillip ’, Melbourne, Vic. Kerr, John Hunter (), 'Glimpses of Life in Victoria by a .
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Get this from a library. The Aborigines of Port Phillip, [Ian MacFarlane; Victoria. Public Record Office.;] -- This second volume takes up the theme of Aborigines in Port Phillip during the official foundation years of to Practically every contemporary official document relating to Aborigines in.
Genre/Form: History Sources: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Aborigines of Port Phillip, Melbourne: Victorian G.P.O., This second volume takes up the theme of Aborigines in Port Phillip during the official foundation years of to Practically every contemporary official document relating to Aborigines in Port Phillip which could be located in Australia and overseas has been included.
Nothing of significance has been omitted. So much unique material was found that it has been. Book - Historical records of Victoria: foundation series: volume 2A: the Aborigines of Port Phillip jpg. jpg From the Collection of Victorian Aboriginal Corporation for Languages 33 Saxon Street Brunswick Victoria Description Reproductions of The Aborigines of Port Phillip transactions and reports dealing with Aboriginal people in Port Phillip.
Volume 2 takes up the theme of Aborigines in Port Phillip during the official foundation years of to The material reveals, sometimes graphically, what can happen when a native race pursuing a tradition-bound nomad existence is suddenly confronted with vigorously expansion, technologically advanced forces backed by their own strongly-held economic, religious and Format: Hardcover.
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In 59 libraries. This second volume takes up the theme of Aborigines in Port Phillip during the official foundation years of to Practically every contemporary official document relating to Aborigines in Port Phillip which could be located in Australia and overseas has been included.
Nothing of significance has been omitted. So much unique material was found that it has been. The Aborigines of Port Phillip, - Public Record Office Victoria The Aborigines and the protectors, - Public Record Office Victoria Through their eyes: an historical record of Aboriginal people of Victoria as documented by the officials of the Port Phillip protectorate, - editors M.
Lakic & R. WrenchAuthor: Sarah Matthews. The Aborigines of Port Phillip, Published: () The civilisation of Port Phillip: settler ideology, violence, and rhetorical possession / By: Rogers, Thomas James, Aborigines By: Kenny, Joan M.
Port Phillip panorama: a maritime history / By: Noble, John, (Oct. 11). Cannon, M. (editor) () The Aborigines of Port Phillip Historical Records of Victoria, Volume 2A (Vic Govt Printing Office, Melbourne) Cannon, M. (editor) () Aborigines and Protectors Beverley Blaskett, ‘ The level of violence: Europeans and Aborigines in Port Phillip, ’ in Susan Janson and Stuart Macintyre eds, Through White Eyes, Allen & Unwin, North Sydney Author: Lyndall Ryan.
ABORIGINAL. Aborigines of Port Phillip (HRV Vol 2A). Public Record Office of Victoria. [ VIC] Aborigines and protectors Boyce also has a chapter on “Victoria's Van Demonian Foundation” and an Appendix (curiously isolated from most recent discourse on the subject) “Towards genocide: government policy on the Aborigines –” The correspondence is reprinted in HRV, Vol 2A, The Aborigines of Port Phillip –, Chapter by: 2.
Historical Records of Victoria - Foundation Series (3 volumes) Volume 1: Beginnings of Permanent Government; Volume 2A: The Aborigines of Port Phillip, - ; Volume 3: The Early Development of Melbourne Some of the Board's early reports are reproduced in the books The Aborigines of Port Phillip, and Aborigines and Protectors, You can also read the Board's reports from to online at the University of Melbourne's Digital : Sarah Matthews.
Historical Records of Victoria (HRV): the Aborigines of Port Phillip, –, vol 2A, Victorian Government Printing Office, Melbourne. — (ed)Historical Records of Victoria (HRV): Aborigines and Protectors, –, vol 2B, Victorian Government Printing Office, Melbourne. —, and Pauline Jones (eds) Browse and buy a vast selection of Australian Aborigines Books and Collectibles on No 85 May Print this article.
Previous article Historical records of Victoria, vol. 2A, The Aborigines of Port PhillipMelbourne: Victorian Government James Dredge, Diary, 19 Novemberp. cited in H. Nelson, 'Missionaries and Aborigines in the Port Phillip district', in Historical studies of.
Volumes 2A and 2B The Aborigines of Port Phillip & Aborigines & Protectors Melbourne Victorian Government and Skip to Main Content Toggle navigation × Close Shop the World's Premier. Colonial Secretary, 'The Colonial Secretary to Williams Lonsdale, 13 September and 24 September ' in Cannon, M (ed.), Historical Records of Victoria, Volume 2A: The Aborigines of Port PhillipVictorian Government Printing Office, Melbourne, (),p.
William Thomas was one of the four Assistant Protectors of Aborigines who were appointed in England inand took up their duties in the Port Phillip District of New South Wales in January Thomas was assigned to the Central Protectorate District (Western Port), his primary responsibility being for the Warwoorong (Yarra) and Boonwoorong (coastal Port Phillip .The Aborigines of Port Phillip, by Michael Cannon: Above Australia: A Salute to Our Cities by Leo Meier: Across the Sea Wall by C.
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