The Resource 'Bye and bye when all the natives have gone': : Daisy Bates and Billingee, Cynthia Coyne

'Bye and bye when all the natives have gone': : Daisy Bates and Billingee, Cynthia Coyne

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'Bye and bye when all the natives have gone': : Daisy Bates and Billingee
Title
'Bye and bye when all the natives have gone':
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Daisy Bates and Billingee
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Cynthia Coyne
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Language
eng
Summary
Traces the relationship between Anglo-Celtic woman, Daisy Bates and Ngumbarl Jukun Aboriginal man, Billingee at the beginning of the 20th century in Western Australia; their artistic and ethnographic collaboration produced an artists drawing book with sketches made by Billingee and notes by Bates presented to the Governor of Western Australia in 1907; record may well be the earliest account of an Aboriginal man from the Kimberley region using European art media to depict his cultural heritage
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Coyne, Cynthia
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no index present
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non fiction
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  • Billingee
  • Bates, Daisy
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'Bye and bye when all the natives have gone': : Daisy Bates and Billingee, Cynthia Coyne
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Note
Notes p. 215-216
Label
'Bye and bye when all the natives have gone': : Daisy Bates and Billingee, Cynthia Coyne
Publication
Note
Notes p. 215-216

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