The Resource A dog's breakfast... lunch and dinner: : canine dependency in early Van Dieman's Land, James Boyce

A dog's breakfast... lunch and dinner: : canine dependency in early Van Dieman's Land, James Boyce

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A dog's breakfast... lunch and dinner: : canine dependency in early Van Dieman's Land
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A dog's breakfast... lunch and dinner:
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canine dependency in early Van Dieman's Land
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James Boyce
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How the introduction of the dog changed the hunting methods of Aboriginal people in Tasmania and entered their traditional exchange systems; Aboriginal reactions to 'white'hunters on their traditional hunting grounds, and the retaliation by the British; role of dogs in political negotiations; role of dogs in the resistance by Aboriginal people to 'white' occupation of their land in the early 1800's
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Boyce, James
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A dog's breakfast... lunch and dinner: : canine dependency in early Van Dieman's Land, James Boyce
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A dog's breakfast... lunch and dinner: : canine dependency in early Van Dieman's Land, James Boyce
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