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The Resource Mixed relations : Asian-Aboriginal contact in North Australia, Regina Ganter; with contributions from Julia Martinez and Gary Lee

Mixed relations : Asian-Aboriginal contact in North Australia, Regina Ganter; with contributions from Julia Martinez and Gary Lee

Label
Mixed relations : Asian-Aboriginal contact in North Australia
Title
Mixed relations
Title remainder
Asian-Aboriginal contact in North Australia
Statement of responsibility
Regina Ganter; with contributions from Julia Martinez and Gary Lee
Creator
Contributor
Author
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Explores successive phases of contact in Australia's north; includes information on Macassan trepangers; development of trading networks from China to the Kimberley and Torres Strait; rise of the pearling industry through Asian-Aboriginal links; discusses Indonesian, Timorese, Japanese, Singahlese, Filipino, Chinese, Afghan, Malaysian, Aboriginal and mixed heritage communities in coastal towns, mission, mining and pastoral settlements in northern Australia; includes impact of political, including child / parent separtion, legal and economic circumstances on members of polyethnic communities; discusses race relations; identity; includes personal and family histories; family portraits; biographical information
Cataloging source
ANL
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Ganter, Regina
Dewey number
303.482089915
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1952-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Martinez, Julia
  • Lee, Gary Phillip
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Puertollano (Family :
  • Ranka (Family :
  • Chi, Theresa
  • Guivarra, Gloria
  • Hoosen, Ali
  • Ahwang, Atima
  • Hunter, Dot
  • Edgar, Emily
  • Camfoo, Tex
  • Ahlin, Larry
  • Cubillo (Family : Darwin, N.T.)
  • Chong (Family :
  • Ah Bow (Family :
  • Pan Quee, Kitty
  • Sahanna (Family : Moonlight Valley, W.A.)
  • Ketchell (Family :
  • Hamaguchi, Pearl
  • Chi, Jimmy (Snr.)
  • Makasar (Indonesian people)
  • Timor (Indonesian people)
  • Japanese
  • Sinhalese (Sri Lankan people)
  • Filipinos
  • Chinese
  • Afghans
  • Malays (Asian people)
  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Australia, Northern
Label
Mixed relations : Asian-Aboriginal contact in North Australia, Regina Ganter; with contributions from Julia Martinez and Gary Lee
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Includes Place index: page 274; includes Index of people: pages 275-277; includes Subject index: pages 278-280
  • Includes list of interviewees: page, 255
Bibliography note
Bibliography: pages 270-273
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
  • text
  • still image
  • cartographic image
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Trepang : Australia's Asian connection; The precolonial history of the north; The commencement of Macassan voyages; Sama Bajo; The Baijini; The "long history" view of Macassan contact; The British arrive: Flinders and Pobasso: two captains meet; Fort Dundas, Melville Island 1824-29; Raffles Bay, Cobourg Peninsula, 1827-29; Port Essington, Cobourg Peninsula 1838-49; The northern territory of South Australia, 1864-1911; Searcy and Robinson: policing the Trepang trade; End of an era; Conclusions -- Deep histories: Indonesians and Aborigines; Yolngu and Mangatharra: one people; We are one spirit: Husein Daeng Ranka: a Macassan-Yolgnu dynasty; Top End contact; The Kimberley; Timorese poachers; Conclusions -- Pearling: "all kind of nation"; Pearling in Western Australia: Theresa Chi longing and belonging; Singahlese jewellers; Pearling in Queensland; Pearling in the Northern Territory; Japanese pearlers; Ethnic restrictions; After Federation; National rivalry; Conclusions -- Aboriginal protection, Asian exclusion; Aborigines in pearling: Mapoon girls; Asians and Aboriginal policy in Queensland: Doomadgee and Ali Hoosen; Daisy Green: a relic of history; Atima Ahwang: a bureaucracy under siege; Asians and Aboriginal policy in Western Australia; Dot Hunter: woman stories; Nicholas Emo and Pago Mission (Kalumburu); Puertollano and the Kimberley missions; Leprosy in the Kimberley; Asians and Aboriginal policy in the Northern Territory; Tex Camfoo: confusion; Conclusions: Larry Ahlin on being "half-caste" -- Ethnic policy and practice in Darwin / Juia Martinez; Colonisation and Asian immigration; Asians and Aboriginal policy in Darwin; Sites of contact: Cesar: life at Police Paddock; Conclusions: Cubillo family lines / Gary Lee -- The polyethnic north; Chinese and Aborigines; Australian Chinese communities; Quong De Duk: a transnational dynasty; From Taam Sz Pui to See Poy Corner; Chinese employers; Wah Day: the dynamics of group migration; Nellie Fong and Lily Ah Troy: two views on Aborigines; Chinese-Aboriginal communities; China Camp on the Bloomfield; Chong at the Woods Lake market gardens; The cannibal myth; Japanese and Aborigines; Louie Creek: Chinese-Aborigines of the Gulf; Yamaguchi: "I bin miss him"; Abandoned: Ah Kui on the Daly; Pan Quee and the "combo state" : a Daly River story; Abandoned children; Sianna Sindhi: Moonlight Valley and its heirs; Afghan cameleers; Polyethnic Wyndham; Polyethnic families; Badu Island Malaytown; The rules of polyethnicity; Maria Pedersen: maintaining distance; Polyethnic townships; Malaytown in Cairns; Polyethnic accommodations; How Normanton became white; Pearl Hamaguchi on the politics of polyethnic marriage; Pedro Guivarra jnr: mixed lineages -- The decline of the polyethnic north: the north under attack; Spying; Aboriginal loyalty; Colour-coded evacuations; Coloured evacuees; Army taim; Asians at Port Keats; Surveillance; Japanese internments; Return to the North; Razed to the ground; Jimmy Chi's Chevrolet; Post-war ethnic reconstruction; The reintroduction of Japanese; Conclusions -- Mixed history and Indigenous indentity; The end of being coloured; Aboriginal/non-Aboriginal: tick one; The victims of binary identity politics; Ways of being Aboriginal; Arnhem Land: mixed histories, cultural revival; Broome: cultural dynamo of the Kimberley; TI, my beautiful home; Mixed relations everywhere; Mixed history and Australian identity
Control code
000026378123
Dimensions
22 x 27 cm
Extent
xv, 280 pages
Isbn
9781920694418
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
illustrations (some colour), charts, maps, portraits
Label
Mixed relations : Asian-Aboriginal contact in North Australia, Regina Ganter; with contributions from Julia Martinez and Gary Lee
Publication
Note
  • Includes Place index: page 274; includes Index of people: pages 275-277; includes Subject index: pages 278-280
  • Includes list of interviewees: page, 255
Bibliography note
Bibliography: pages 270-273
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
  • text
  • still image
  • cartographic image
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Trepang : Australia's Asian connection; The precolonial history of the north; The commencement of Macassan voyages; Sama Bajo; The Baijini; The "long history" view of Macassan contact; The British arrive: Flinders and Pobasso: two captains meet; Fort Dundas, Melville Island 1824-29; Raffles Bay, Cobourg Peninsula, 1827-29; Port Essington, Cobourg Peninsula 1838-49; The northern territory of South Australia, 1864-1911; Searcy and Robinson: policing the Trepang trade; End of an era; Conclusions -- Deep histories: Indonesians and Aborigines; Yolngu and Mangatharra: one people; We are one spirit: Husein Daeng Ranka: a Macassan-Yolgnu dynasty; Top End contact; The Kimberley; Timorese poachers; Conclusions -- Pearling: "all kind of nation"; Pearling in Western Australia: Theresa Chi longing and belonging; Singahlese jewellers; Pearling in Queensland; Pearling in the Northern Territory; Japanese pearlers; Ethnic restrictions; After Federation; National rivalry; Conclusions -- Aboriginal protection, Asian exclusion; Aborigines in pearling: Mapoon girls; Asians and Aboriginal policy in Queensland: Doomadgee and Ali Hoosen; Daisy Green: a relic of history; Atima Ahwang: a bureaucracy under siege; Asians and Aboriginal policy in Western Australia; Dot Hunter: woman stories; Nicholas Emo and Pago Mission (Kalumburu); Puertollano and the Kimberley missions; Leprosy in the Kimberley; Asians and Aboriginal policy in the Northern Territory; Tex Camfoo: confusion; Conclusions: Larry Ahlin on being "half-caste" -- Ethnic policy and practice in Darwin / Juia Martinez; Colonisation and Asian immigration; Asians and Aboriginal policy in Darwin; Sites of contact: Cesar: life at Police Paddock; Conclusions: Cubillo family lines / Gary Lee -- The polyethnic north; Chinese and Aborigines; Australian Chinese communities; Quong De Duk: a transnational dynasty; From Taam Sz Pui to See Poy Corner; Chinese employers; Wah Day: the dynamics of group migration; Nellie Fong and Lily Ah Troy: two views on Aborigines; Chinese-Aboriginal communities; China Camp on the Bloomfield; Chong at the Woods Lake market gardens; The cannibal myth; Japanese and Aborigines; Louie Creek: Chinese-Aborigines of the Gulf; Yamaguchi: "I bin miss him"; Abandoned: Ah Kui on the Daly; Pan Quee and the "combo state" : a Daly River story; Abandoned children; Sianna Sindhi: Moonlight Valley and its heirs; Afghan cameleers; Polyethnic Wyndham; Polyethnic families; Badu Island Malaytown; The rules of polyethnicity; Maria Pedersen: maintaining distance; Polyethnic townships; Malaytown in Cairns; Polyethnic accommodations; How Normanton became white; Pearl Hamaguchi on the politics of polyethnic marriage; Pedro Guivarra jnr: mixed lineages -- The decline of the polyethnic north: the north under attack; Spying; Aboriginal loyalty; Colour-coded evacuations; Coloured evacuees; Army taim; Asians at Port Keats; Surveillance; Japanese internments; Return to the North; Razed to the ground; Jimmy Chi's Chevrolet; Post-war ethnic reconstruction; The reintroduction of Japanese; Conclusions -- Mixed history and Indigenous indentity; The end of being coloured; Aboriginal/non-Aboriginal: tick one; The victims of binary identity politics; Ways of being Aboriginal; Arnhem Land: mixed histories, cultural revival; Broome: cultural dynamo of the Kimberley; TI, my beautiful home; Mixed relations everywhere; Mixed history and Australian identity
Control code
000026378123
Dimensions
22 x 27 cm
Extent
xv, 280 pages
Isbn
9781920694418
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
illustrations (some colour), charts, maps, portraits

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