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The Resource Coranderrk database, compiled by Mick Woiwod, (electronic resource)

Coranderrk database, compiled by Mick Woiwod, (electronic resource)

Label
Coranderrk database
Title
Coranderrk database
Statement of responsibility
compiled by Mick Woiwod
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
The database is a compilation of the author's research material dealing with aspects of the Coranderrk saga
Cataloging source
VSL
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Woiwod, Mick
Dewey number
994.520049915
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  • Green, John
  • Bon, Anne Fraser
  • Coranderrk Aboriginal Station
  • Victorian Acclimitisation Society
  • Wurundjeri (Australian people)
  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Coranderrk (Vic.)
Label
Coranderrk database, compiled by Mick Woiwod, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Book reproduced on accompanying disc in both PDF and Microsoft Word formats
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 237-242)
Color
multicolored
Contents
How the Victorian Acclimatisation Society finally destroyed the Victorian Aborigines -- Barak Dreaming -- Coranderrk chronology : Part1 : 1849-1879 -- Coranderrk chronology : part 2: 1879-1989 -- The acclimatisers -- "Black hats" in their citadels of power -- The gentry - unprincipled & powerful -- Deer Battues -- Marvellous "Smellbourne" -- The age of improvement -- The myopic Victorian Acclimatisation Society -- The acclimatisation medallion -- The VAS's foolish introduction of weeds & vermin -- Ice ships from far-off America -- A Marxist perspective -- The 1866 Exhibition -- The un-Australian influence of School Readers -- Six precious deer shot! -- Everywhere, the English influence -- European social Darwinism - a tool with a purpose -- The bureaucratic domain -- Our disinclination to any longer use Indigenous names -- Born to rule in a class-structured society -- These kings in their grass castles -- The racist White Australia policy -- A need to breed more cattle boys -- The end of the Dreamtime -- Populating a golden land -- Neither should black gentlemen need to work -- Whose land and who the savage? -- Our disreputable parliamentarians -- Seen simply part of the flora & fauna -- Blaming the victim -- Seen as the original proprietors of the soil -- Seen as being without a religion -- Seen merely as children -- Phrenology -- Seen at first as "noble savages" -- The struggle for ascendancy -- The predation of the squattocracy -- Terra nullius -- A monster is not going to tell you he is a monster -- Convict shepherds & convict sealers -- Racism abides in each and everyone of us -- Slavery as a way of life -- Thumbnail sketches of some leading lights in the BPA & VAS -- "The acclimatisation push" -- John Green's land selection on Badger Creek -- The land across the Yarra to the west of Coranderrk -- John Green junior's land selection on Badger Creek -- How the last of the Mohicans was rudely brushed aside -- Rev. Robert Hamilton, Weekly Age, 12 August 1864 -- Robert Brough Smyth report of 31 December 1873 -- The death of Edward Micklethwaite Curr -- Dr Thomas Embling on camels -- Louisa Briggs & Truganini -- The Moravian Church -- Sundry relevant newspaper reports -- Rev Hagenauer asking the Chief Secretary to keep the Board in office -- J. Lord asking Chief Secretary to stop outside influences -- Ann Fraser Bon -- Chief Secretary re reinstatement of John Green -- Mr John Dow re state of affairs at Coranderrk -- Lake Mournpool - possible new site -- Hagenauer in favour of Coranderrk closure -- Capt Page opposed to retention of Coranderrk -- Henry Jennings opposed to retention of Coranderrk -- Coranderrk balance sheet shows £40 per acre profit -- Thomas Dunolly: letter pleading for return of John Green -- Ann Fraser Bon to the Chief Secretary pleading for Green's reinstatement -- Narraway to Chief Secretary -- Listing of local Aboriginal guardians -- Ann Bon demands an apology -- Complaint about Capt Page's insulting remark -- Letters re new positions on the BPA -- Request by Alfred Deakin et al re control of Coranderrk -- John Green's lengthy response to the Chief Secretary -- Rev Strickland letter indentifying a rebellion at Coranderrk -- Page to Chief Secretary re closure of Coranderrk -- Argus report of a deputation of 22 Coranderrk Aborigines -- The file of charges against W. Le Souef -- Middle Yarra timelines calendar -- Wattle Day talk at Hurstbridge c. 2003 -- The location of the Battle of Yering Rock -- Other works by the database compiler -- Coranderrk database bibliography
Control code
000049052302
Dimensions
30 cm.
Dimensions
4 3/4 in. or 12 cm.
Extent
1 CD-ROM (4 3/4 in.) 242 p.
File format
multiple file formats
Isbn
9780987157416
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Level of compression
unknown
Other physical details
ill.
Quality assurance targets
unknown
Reformatting quality
unknown
Specific material designation
optical disk
System control number
(OCoLC)789474837
System details
System requirements for accompanying disc: PDF reader or Microsoft Office Word 97-2003
Type of computer file
PDF, Word files
Label
Coranderrk database, compiled by Mick Woiwod, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
Book reproduced on accompanying disc in both PDF and Microsoft Word formats
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 237-242)
Color
multicolored
Contents
How the Victorian Acclimatisation Society finally destroyed the Victorian Aborigines -- Barak Dreaming -- Coranderrk chronology : Part1 : 1849-1879 -- Coranderrk chronology : part 2: 1879-1989 -- The acclimatisers -- "Black hats" in their citadels of power -- The gentry - unprincipled & powerful -- Deer Battues -- Marvellous "Smellbourne" -- The age of improvement -- The myopic Victorian Acclimatisation Society -- The acclimatisation medallion -- The VAS's foolish introduction of weeds & vermin -- Ice ships from far-off America -- A Marxist perspective -- The 1866 Exhibition -- The un-Australian influence of School Readers -- Six precious deer shot! -- Everywhere, the English influence -- European social Darwinism - a tool with a purpose -- The bureaucratic domain -- Our disinclination to any longer use Indigenous names -- Born to rule in a class-structured society -- These kings in their grass castles -- The racist White Australia policy -- A need to breed more cattle boys -- The end of the Dreamtime -- Populating a golden land -- Neither should black gentlemen need to work -- Whose land and who the savage? -- Our disreputable parliamentarians -- Seen simply part of the flora & fauna -- Blaming the victim -- Seen as the original proprietors of the soil -- Seen as being without a religion -- Seen merely as children -- Phrenology -- Seen at first as "noble savages" -- The struggle for ascendancy -- The predation of the squattocracy -- Terra nullius -- A monster is not going to tell you he is a monster -- Convict shepherds & convict sealers -- Racism abides in each and everyone of us -- Slavery as a way of life -- Thumbnail sketches of some leading lights in the BPA & VAS -- "The acclimatisation push" -- John Green's land selection on Badger Creek -- The land across the Yarra to the west of Coranderrk -- John Green junior's land selection on Badger Creek -- How the last of the Mohicans was rudely brushed aside -- Rev. Robert Hamilton, Weekly Age, 12 August 1864 -- Robert Brough Smyth report of 31 December 1873 -- The death of Edward Micklethwaite Curr -- Dr Thomas Embling on camels -- Louisa Briggs & Truganini -- The Moravian Church -- Sundry relevant newspaper reports -- Rev Hagenauer asking the Chief Secretary to keep the Board in office -- J. Lord asking Chief Secretary to stop outside influences -- Ann Fraser Bon -- Chief Secretary re reinstatement of John Green -- Mr John Dow re state of affairs at Coranderrk -- Lake Mournpool - possible new site -- Hagenauer in favour of Coranderrk closure -- Capt Page opposed to retention of Coranderrk -- Henry Jennings opposed to retention of Coranderrk -- Coranderrk balance sheet shows £40 per acre profit -- Thomas Dunolly: letter pleading for return of John Green -- Ann Fraser Bon to the Chief Secretary pleading for Green's reinstatement -- Narraway to Chief Secretary -- Listing of local Aboriginal guardians -- Ann Bon demands an apology -- Complaint about Capt Page's insulting remark -- Letters re new positions on the BPA -- Request by Alfred Deakin et al re control of Coranderrk -- John Green's lengthy response to the Chief Secretary -- Rev Strickland letter indentifying a rebellion at Coranderrk -- Page to Chief Secretary re closure of Coranderrk -- Argus report of a deputation of 22 Coranderrk Aborigines -- The file of charges against W. Le Souef -- Middle Yarra timelines calendar -- Wattle Day talk at Hurstbridge c. 2003 -- The location of the Battle of Yering Rock -- Other works by the database compiler -- Coranderrk database bibliography
Control code
000049052302
Dimensions
30 cm.
Dimensions
4 3/4 in. or 12 cm.
Extent
1 CD-ROM (4 3/4 in.) 242 p.
File format
multiple file formats
Isbn
9780987157416
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Level of compression
unknown
Other physical details
ill.
Quality assurance targets
unknown
Reformatting quality
unknown
Specific material designation
optical disk
System control number
(OCoLC)789474837
System details
System requirements for accompanying disc: PDF reader or Microsoft Office Word 97-2003
Type of computer file
PDF, Word files

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