The Resource Company boats, sailing dinghies and passenger fish : fathoming Torres Strait Islander participation in the maritime economy, Steve Mullins

Company boats, sailing dinghies and passenger fish : fathoming Torres Strait Islander participation in the maritime economy, Steve Mullins

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Company boats, sailing dinghies and passenger fish : fathoming Torres Strait Islander participation in the maritime economy
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Company boats, sailing dinghies and passenger fish
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fathoming Torres Strait Islander participation in the maritime economy
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Steve Mullins
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eng
Summary
Traces a significant Torres Strait Islander mode of production, the gathering of marine product using shore-based sailing dinghies, from 1860s - 1950s; preliminary observations about patterns of activity; suggestions about Torres Strait islander engagement with colonialism; complications to the social control interpretative model; company boats; Papuan Industries Limited; role of the Chief Protector of Aboriginals office
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non fiction
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Company boats, sailing dinghies and passenger fish : fathoming Torres Strait Islander participation in the maritime economy, Steve Mullins
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"Steve Mullins is Associate Professor at CQUniversity, Australia. His principal research interest is maritime history with particular reference to colonial impacts and resource management."
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographic references: pages 55 - 58
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Company boats, sailing dinghies and passenger fish : fathoming Torres Strait Islander participation in the maritime economy, Steve Mullins
Publication
Note
"Steve Mullins is Associate Professor at CQUniversity, Australia. His principal research interest is maritime history with particular reference to colonial impacts and resource management."
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographic references: pages 55 - 58
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
  • text
  • still image
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia

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