The Resource From Butchers Creek to Berlin : did Douglas Grant see the body of an Indigenous relative in Germany?, Paul Daley

From Butchers Creek to Berlin : did Douglas Grant see the body of an Indigenous relative in Germany?, Paul Daley

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From Butchers Creek to Berlin : did Douglas Grant see the body of an Indigenous relative in Germany?
Title
From Butchers Creek to Berlin
Title remainder
did Douglas Grant see the body of an Indigenous relative in Germany?
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Paul Daley
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Language
eng
Summary
Examines the relationship between Narcha, a Ngadjon elder who survived a massacre of his people at 'Butchers Creek', North East Queensland, and Douglas Grant, a Ngadjon boy stolen after the same massacre; surmises that Grant, while a prisoner of war in Berlin in 1918, may have encountered the body of Narcha, whose remains after his death in about 1903 were removed by anthropologist Hermann Klaatsch to Germany and put on display at the Museum of Ethnology in Berlin; includes information on research by Tom Murray; includes discussion on race relations, discrimination and attitudes
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AIAS
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Daley, Paul
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non fiction
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  • Grant, Douglas
  • Narcha
  • Murray, Tom
  • Klaatsch, Hermann
  • Berlin (Germany)
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From Butchers Creek to Berlin : did Douglas Grant see the body of an Indigenous relative in Germany?, Paul Daley
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volume
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rdacarrier
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  • text
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Extent
7 unnumbered pages
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unmediated
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rdamedia
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From Butchers Creek to Berlin : did Douglas Grant see the body of an Indigenous relative in Germany?, Paul Daley
Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
  • text
  • rdacontent
Extent
7 unnumbered pages
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia

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