The Resource Does technology make a difference? Aboriginal and colonial fishing in Port jackson, New South Wales, Sarah Colley and Val Attenbrow

Does technology make a difference? Aboriginal and colonial fishing in Port jackson, New South Wales, Sarah Colley and Val Attenbrow

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Does technology make a difference? Aboriginal and colonial fishing in Port jackson, New South Wales
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Does technology make a difference? Aboriginal and colonial fishing in Port jackson, New South Wales
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Sarah Colley and Val Attenbrow
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eng
Summary
Discusses the impact of fishing technology on the Aboriginal fishing economy of the Sydney region; fish species in Sydney midden sites; impact of European technology assessed
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Colley, Sarah M
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no index present
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non fiction
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1942-
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Attenbrow, Valerie
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Does technology make a difference? Aboriginal and colonial fishing in Port jackson, New South Wales, Sarah Colley and Val Attenbrow
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Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 76-77
Extent
p. 69-77
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Does technology make a difference? Aboriginal and colonial fishing in Port jackson, New South Wales, Sarah Colley and Val Attenbrow
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 76-77
Extent
p. 69-77

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