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Manly authority, employing non-white labour and frontier violence 1830s-1860s, Angela Woollacott

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Manly authority, employing non-white labour and frontier violence 1830s-1860s
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Manly authority, employing non-white labour and frontier violence 1830s-1860s
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Angela Woollacott
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"As the British established isolated settlements around the Australian continent in the early nineteenth century, frontier zones proliferated and penetrated inland. Spreading up and down the east coast, across Van Diemen's Land and from Western Australia around the southern coast, in the scattered but expanding contact zones of settlement violence mixed with other interactions between settlers and Indigenous people. From the first, interactions included settlers using Aboriginal people for labour. Settlers' employment of Indian and Chinese labourers, some brought by individual masters, others arriving under organised indentured labour schemes, also occurred across Australia" [author's abstract]; January 1848 meeting of Indian Labour Association Brisbane; Thomas Murray-Prior and attitudes towards and treatment of Indigenous Australian workers 1840s-1860s; Bromelton Station; Hawkwood Station; Hornet Bank Station
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Manly authority, employing non-white labour and frontier violence 1830s-1860s, Angela Woollacott
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Manly authority, employing non-white labour and frontier violence 1830s-1860s, Angela Woollacott
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text
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unmediated
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rdamedia

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