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Bribie Island's seaside culture : a potted history and heritage, Dr James G Lergessner

Label
Bribie Island's seaside culture : a potted history and heritage
Title
Bribie Island's seaside culture
Title remainder
a potted history and heritage
Statement of responsibility
Dr James G Lergessner
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
ANL
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Lergessner, James G
Dewey number
994.32
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Bungaree
  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Joondoobarrie (Australian people)
  • Bribie Island (Qld.)
Label
Bribie Island's seaside culture : a potted history and heritage, Dr James G Lergessner
Instantiates
Publication
Contents
Bribie the island : how Bribie Island developed its name; James Beiby; Bribie's Island -- An island paradise : down at "Brieby's Island"; Bribie's idyllic island setting; Moreton Bay; Pumicestone Passage -- The "first Australians" : the original Aboriginal inhabitants; Aboriginal "rights" to the land; Moreton bay tribes -- Customs and practices of the local clans : feasting; middens; netting dugong; Aboriginal fish traps; The "kippa ring" at Toorbul Point; the Aboriginal belief in rebirth; The Hanging Tree -- The Joondoobarrie Clan at Pumicestone Passage : Joondoobarrie and Ninghy-Ninghy; the physical appearance of clan members; Weapons; Hunting; Nets and huts; Strange white "visitors"; "white ghosts" -- Last echoes of a dying "tribe" : hunting for yungun; a disappearing race; Kalmakuta; The Bellara earth circle -- Early Moreton Bay navigation, exploration and colonial settlement: 1770-1799 : James Cook and Joseph Banks; Matthew Flinders; Point Skirmish; The Pumicestone River and beyond -- Bungaree, the willing intermediary : the discovery of dugongs in the early "New South Wales" colony; Bungaree; John Bingle and William Lawrence Edwardson, 1822 -- The Pumicestone Passage castaways : purchase of a boat; Bound for Illawarra; Pumicestone Passage, September 1823; North of Pumicestone Passage, October-November 1823; John Oxley's last major expedition of exploration; Sailing from Sydney, October 1823; Approaching Moreton Bay; White speck on a dark shore -- "Finding" the Brisbane River: in search of a "mysterious" large "stream"; Controversy over the River's discovery; The return to Sydney; Parsons recovers the bottle; The "legacy" of the castaways; Thomas Welsby's theories about the "discovery" of the Brisbane River; Finnegan; John Oxley memorial -- The founding of the Moreton Bay penal establishment -- A curtain draws on the convict era : the Pamphlett "odyssey"; An end to convictism; Last rites of the penal colony; Missionary interpretations of Aboriginal customs; Free settlement, 1842 -- "Bribie" the basket maker : James Beiby, the convict weaver; the larrikin "trustee"; Weaver, basket maker and fisherman; Collecting cane and "rushes"; Down to "Yarun" at Pumicestone Passage; Joondoobarrie weavers; Possum rugs, towrows, dillies and huts; "Bribie" the catcher of fish; Beiby the provider; Clever fishing traps; Beiby the hawker; Out on "the bay"; Joondoobarrie fishermen; Porpoise, mullet and turtles -- Free at last! -- Pioneer settlements and immigrants -- Tom Petrie's bold scheme for "dispersing" the Bay clans: the mission reserves on Bribie Island 1877-79; Meston's critique of the missions 1890-92 -- Oystering on Moreton Bay; Oysterers and fisheries : European oyster camps; Bribie oysterers; Aboriginal involvement in oystering; Intermarriage and mixing; Torres Strait and South Sea islander camps; The appearance of mud-worm -- "Modern" developments on Bribie Island : 1880s to 1920s : further white settlement -- Bribie as a tourist "mecca" -- Thomas Welsby -- World War II -- A bridge so near -- Vale Bribie barges! -- Ian Fairweather -- Conclusion
Control code
000046645143
Dimensions
21 cm.
Extent
382 p.
Isbn
9780987073105
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Other physical details
ill., maps, ports.
System control number
(OCoLC)701819904
Label
Bribie Island's seaside culture : a potted history and heritage, Dr James G Lergessner
Publication
Contents
Bribie the island : how Bribie Island developed its name; James Beiby; Bribie's Island -- An island paradise : down at "Brieby's Island"; Bribie's idyllic island setting; Moreton Bay; Pumicestone Passage -- The "first Australians" : the original Aboriginal inhabitants; Aboriginal "rights" to the land; Moreton bay tribes -- Customs and practices of the local clans : feasting; middens; netting dugong; Aboriginal fish traps; The "kippa ring" at Toorbul Point; the Aboriginal belief in rebirth; The Hanging Tree -- The Joondoobarrie Clan at Pumicestone Passage : Joondoobarrie and Ninghy-Ninghy; the physical appearance of clan members; Weapons; Hunting; Nets and huts; Strange white "visitors"; "white ghosts" -- Last echoes of a dying "tribe" : hunting for yungun; a disappearing race; Kalmakuta; The Bellara earth circle -- Early Moreton Bay navigation, exploration and colonial settlement: 1770-1799 : James Cook and Joseph Banks; Matthew Flinders; Point Skirmish; The Pumicestone River and beyond -- Bungaree, the willing intermediary : the discovery of dugongs in the early "New South Wales" colony; Bungaree; John Bingle and William Lawrence Edwardson, 1822 -- The Pumicestone Passage castaways : purchase of a boat; Bound for Illawarra; Pumicestone Passage, September 1823; North of Pumicestone Passage, October-November 1823; John Oxley's last major expedition of exploration; Sailing from Sydney, October 1823; Approaching Moreton Bay; White speck on a dark shore -- "Finding" the Brisbane River: in search of a "mysterious" large "stream"; Controversy over the River's discovery; The return to Sydney; Parsons recovers the bottle; The "legacy" of the castaways; Thomas Welsby's theories about the "discovery" of the Brisbane River; Finnegan; John Oxley memorial -- The founding of the Moreton Bay penal establishment -- A curtain draws on the convict era : the Pamphlett "odyssey"; An end to convictism; Last rites of the penal colony; Missionary interpretations of Aboriginal customs; Free settlement, 1842 -- "Bribie" the basket maker : James Beiby, the convict weaver; the larrikin "trustee"; Weaver, basket maker and fisherman; Collecting cane and "rushes"; Down to "Yarun" at Pumicestone Passage; Joondoobarrie weavers; Possum rugs, towrows, dillies and huts; "Bribie" the catcher of fish; Beiby the provider; Clever fishing traps; Beiby the hawker; Out on "the bay"; Joondoobarrie fishermen; Porpoise, mullet and turtles -- Free at last! -- Pioneer settlements and immigrants -- Tom Petrie's bold scheme for "dispersing" the Bay clans: the mission reserves on Bribie Island 1877-79; Meston's critique of the missions 1890-92 -- Oystering on Moreton Bay; Oysterers and fisheries : European oyster camps; Bribie oysterers; Aboriginal involvement in oystering; Intermarriage and mixing; Torres Strait and South Sea islander camps; The appearance of mud-worm -- "Modern" developments on Bribie Island : 1880s to 1920s : further white settlement -- Bribie as a tourist "mecca" -- Thomas Welsby -- World War II -- A bridge so near -- Vale Bribie barges! -- Ian Fairweather -- Conclusion
Control code
000046645143
Dimensions
21 cm.
Extent
382 p.
Isbn
9780987073105
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Other physical details
ill., maps, ports.
System control number
(OCoLC)701819904

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