The Resource Moon shadows: : Aboriginal and European heroes in an Australian landscape, Veronica Strang

Moon shadows: : Aboriginal and European heroes in an Australian landscape, Veronica Strang

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Moon shadows: : Aboriginal and European heroes in an Australian landscape
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Moon shadows:
Title remainder
Aboriginal and European heroes in an Australian landscape
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Veronica Strang
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Language
eng
Summary
Discusses the contested history surrounding the killing of Frank Bowman and Jimmy Inkerman, Rutland Plains, Cape York Peninsula, Qld; background history of the colonisation of Cape York; story of the murders; settler and Aboriginal views of the history; dominance of pastoralist and settler histories of the region - Stockman's Hall of Fame; political and mythic power of the Aboriginal narrative - relation to the cannibal Moon story; significance of the Inkerman monument and the grave of Bowman - power shifts in the shared history
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Strang, Veronica
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no index present
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non fiction
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  • Bowman, Frank
  • Inkerman, Jimmy
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Moon shadows: : Aboriginal and European heroes in an Australian landscape, Veronica Strang
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Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 133-135
Extent
p. 108-135
Label
Moon shadows: : Aboriginal and European heroes in an Australian landscape, Veronica Strang
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 133-135
Extent
p. 108-135

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