The Resource John Bowen's Hobart : telling the story of Tasmania's first European settlement, Phillip Tardiff

John Bowen's Hobart : telling the story of Tasmania's first European settlement, Phillip Tardiff

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John Bowen's Hobart : telling the story of Tasmania's first European settlement
Title
John Bowen's Hobart
Title remainder
telling the story of Tasmania's first European settlement
Statement of responsibility
Phillip Tardiff
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Subject
Language
eng
Summary
People involved in settlement of Hobart, under command of Lieutenant John Bowen, from 1803; discusses James Meehan, who became first inland explorer; mention of his brief meeting with Aboriginal women and children; apparent reactions of the Aboriginal people; meeting with less friendly group and reactions by both groups; Risdon massacre; views Risdon story, good and bad, as one worth telling
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Tardif, Phillip
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Literary form
non fiction
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John Bowen's Hobart : telling the story of Tasmania's first European settlement, Phillip Tardiff
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Publication
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  • At head of title: '2003 Eldershaw memorial lecture'
  • Paper delivered to a meeting of the Tasmanian Historical Research Association on 9 September 2003
Label
John Bowen's Hobart : telling the story of Tasmania's first European settlement, Phillip Tardiff
Publication
Note
  • At head of title: '2003 Eldershaw memorial lecture'
  • Paper delivered to a meeting of the Tasmanian Historical Research Association on 9 September 2003

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    • Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS)Borrow it
      51 Lawson Cres, Acton, ACT, 2601, AU
      -35.292556 149.118617
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