The Resource 'Are we in danger of a hostile visit from that Aborigines?' : Dispossession and the rise of self-government in New South Wales, Jessie Mitchell

'Are we in danger of a hostile visit from that Aborigines?' : Dispossession and the rise of self-government in New South Wales, Jessie Mitchell

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'Are we in danger of a hostile visit from that Aborigines?' : Dispossession and the rise of self-government in New South Wales
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'Are we in danger of a hostile visit from that Aborigines?'
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Dispossession and the rise of self-government in New South Wales
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Jessie Mitchell
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Examination of the place of Aboriginal imagery and policy in debates about self-government for New South Wales during the 1840s and 50s and the histories of Aboriginal dispossession and histories of colonial political development; discussion of the arguments of the colonists for self-government in the process of exclusion of Aboriginal people from the politics of the time, will images of Aboriginal primitivism or savagery were used in political debates; debating and devaluing Aboriginal policy; origins of New South Wales government
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Mitchell, Jessie
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'Are we in danger of a hostile visit from that Aborigines?' : Dispossession and the rise of self-government in New South Wales, Jessie Mitchell
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'Are we in danger of a hostile visit from that Aborigines?' : Dispossession and the rise of self-government in New South Wales, Jessie Mitchell
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