The Resource 'Down in the gully and just outside the garden walk': : white women and the sexual abuse of Aboriginal women on a colonial Australian frontier, Victoria Haskins

'Down in the gully and just outside the garden walk': : white women and the sexual abuse of Aboriginal women on a colonial Australian frontier, Victoria Haskins

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'Down in the gully and just outside the garden walk': : white women and the sexual abuse of Aboriginal women on a colonial Australian frontier
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'Down in the gully and just outside the garden walk':
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white women and the sexual abuse of Aboriginal women on a colonial Australian frontier
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Victoria Haskins
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Analysis of an investigation in 1898 into the detention and sexual abuse of two Aboriginal women by a sheep station owner Walter Nairn, in Western Australia; includes discussion of the different views of 'white' women's sexuality as opposed to Aboriginal women sexuality; employment of Aboriginal women as domestic servants; role of Aboriginal women and white women in the late 19th century on an Australian frontier
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non fiction
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'Down in the gully and just outside the garden walk': : white women and the sexual abuse of Aboriginal women on a colonial Australian frontier, Victoria Haskins
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'Down in the gully and just outside the garden walk': : white women and the sexual abuse of Aboriginal women on a colonial Australian frontier, Victoria Haskins
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