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Aboriginal guides of the Hunter Region 1800-1850: : a case study in Indigenous labour history, Greg Blyton

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Aboriginal guides of the Hunter Region 1800-1850: : a case study in Indigenous labour history
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Aboriginal guides of the Hunter Region 1800-1850:
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a case study in Indigenous labour history
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Greg Blyton
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" This article provides a brief history of the important contribution made by Aborginal man in the Hunter region of central eastern New South Wales to colonial development from 1800 to 1850. In the Hunter, as in many parts of Australia, Aboriginal men gave critical aid to colonists exploring the vast, difficult terrains and waterways of the country. Aboriginal guides helped colonists in a number of ways, ranging from locating essential human needs such as water and food to discovering rich natural resources like coal and grasslands suitable for pastoral and agricultural industry."; Aboriginal guides and penal settlements, 1804-22; Aboriginal guides and colonial development, 1822-1850
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