The Resource Aboriginal people, gold, and tourism : the benefits of inclusiveness for goldfields tourism in regional Victoria, Ian D. Clark and David A. Cahir

Aboriginal people, gold, and tourism : the benefits of inclusiveness for goldfields tourism in regional Victoria, Ian D. Clark and David A. Cahir

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Aboriginal people, gold, and tourism : the benefits of inclusiveness for goldfields tourism in regional Victoria
Title
Aboriginal people, gold, and tourism
Title remainder
the benefits of inclusiveness for goldfields tourism in regional Victoria
Statement of responsibility
Ian D. Clark and David A. Cahir
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Language
eng
Summary
Discusses the presence of Aboriginal people on the Goldfields of Australia in the 1800s; failure of Australian heritage and tourism industries to acknowledge and present Indigenous perspectives; the Sovereign Hill Museums Association in Ballarat; concludes with suggestions for ways in which Indigenous perspectives in the history of the Ballarat goldfields can be included in tourist activities
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1958-
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Clark, Ian D.
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no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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1963-
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Cahir, Fred
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  • Briggs, John
  • Heritage tourism
  • Gold mines and mining
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Aboriginal people, gold, and tourism : the benefits of inclusiveness for goldfields tourism in regional Victoria, Ian D. Clark and David A. Cahir
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Publication
Extent
p. 123-136
Label
Aboriginal people, gold, and tourism : the benefits of inclusiveness for goldfields tourism in regional Victoria, Ian D. Clark and David A. Cahir
Publication
Extent
p. 123-136

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