The Resource Controlling marriages: : Friedrich Hagenau and the betrothal of Indigenous Western Australian women in colonial Victoria, Felicity Jensz

Controlling marriages: : Friedrich Hagenau and the betrothal of Indigenous Western Australian women in colonial Victoria, Felicity Jensz

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Controlling marriages: : Friedrich Hagenau and the betrothal of Indigenous Western Australian women in colonial Victoria
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Controlling marriages:
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Friedrich Hagenau and the betrothal of Indigenous Western Australian women in colonial Victoria
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Felicity Jensz
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Significance of marriage in Moravian missionaries attempts to Christianise Aboriginal people in the 19th century; arranged marriages on Moravian mission stations in Victoria with Aboriginal women from Western Australia, Rhoda Toby, Nora White, Emily Peters, Ada Flower and Rachel Wardekan; marriage used as a means to control the sexuality of Aboriginal women; includes Moravian Church marriage practices in the 18th and 19th centuries; Ebenezer Mission; Ramahyuck Mission Station
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  • Fitchett, Rhoda
  • White, Norah
  • Brindle, Emily
  • Clark, Ada
  • Pepper, Rachel
  • Cameron, Bessy
  • Pepper, Nathaniel
  • Foster, Charlie
  • Ellis, Johnny
  • Brindle, James
  • Cameron, Donald
  • Hagenauer, F. A.
  • Spieseke, F. W
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Controlling marriages: : Friedrich Hagenau and the betrothal of Indigenous Western Australian women in colonial Victoria, Felicity Jensz
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Bibliography: p. 51-54
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Controlling marriages: : Friedrich Hagenau and the betrothal of Indigenous Western Australian women in colonial Victoria, Felicity Jensz
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Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 51-54

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