The Resource On the road to Nerrigundah : an historical anthropology of Indigenous-settler relations in the Eurobodalla region of New South Wales, John M. White

On the road to Nerrigundah : an historical anthropology of Indigenous-settler relations in the Eurobodalla region of New South Wales, John M. White

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On the road to Nerrigundah : an historical anthropology of Indigenous-settler relations in the Eurobodalla region of New South Wales
Title
On the road to Nerrigundah
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an historical anthropology of Indigenous-settler relations in the Eurobodalla region of New South Wales
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John M. White
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Language
eng
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White, John M
Dissertation note
Thesis (Ph.D) -- Australian National University, 2010.
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  • Eurobodalla (N.S.W. : Shire)
  • Yuin (Australian people)
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On the road to Nerrigundah : an historical anthropology of Indigenous-settler relations in the Eurobodalla region of New South Wales, John M. White
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Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography : leaves 240-256
Contents
Introduction : background and methodology; Literature review; Chapter outline -- The Yuin nation: from a fishing tradition : overview of sources; Ecology; Institutions; Economy -- Invasion, the development of settler capitalism and intercultural relations : 18th and 19th centuries: The Eurobodalla in colonial expansion; A "culture of terror" on the maritime frontier; Transitions in intercultural relations: exchange and relatedness; The incorporation of Indigenous labour -- From reserves to formal adminstrative control: William Benson and Richard Dansey: a tale of two men; Umbarra and the camp at Wallaga Lake; Formalised administrative control at the mission station; Segregation, institutionalisation and mobility -- The separation era: ideology, policy and resistance: transitions in town life; Jane Duren and the battle of Bateman's bay; Life under the rule: contradictions and ambiguities; The scientistic logic of assimilationism -- Peas, beans and timber mills: From bush work to benchmen; The political economy of the picking era; All one mob: the social life of seasonal pickers; A critique of the notion of dependence -- "Self-determination" : "We got our rights": relatedness and difference in a changing political context; The new institutional order; "The era is closed"; Movin' to a different beat -- Conclusion: Yuin economy and society: a historical perspective; Historical processes in settler-Indigenous relations; Towards a comparative analysis of settler-Indigenous histories
Dimensions
30 cm
Extent
ix, 256 leaves
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Open access - Reading ; Open copying for private study, Closed quotation. Not for Inter Library Loan
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ill. (some col), facsims, maps
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MAR11/021
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On the road to Nerrigundah : an historical anthropology of Indigenous-settler relations in the Eurobodalla region of New South Wales, John M. White
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography : leaves 240-256
Contents
Introduction : background and methodology; Literature review; Chapter outline -- The Yuin nation: from a fishing tradition : overview of sources; Ecology; Institutions; Economy -- Invasion, the development of settler capitalism and intercultural relations : 18th and 19th centuries: The Eurobodalla in colonial expansion; A "culture of terror" on the maritime frontier; Transitions in intercultural relations: exchange and relatedness; The incorporation of Indigenous labour -- From reserves to formal adminstrative control: William Benson and Richard Dansey: a tale of two men; Umbarra and the camp at Wallaga Lake; Formalised administrative control at the mission station; Segregation, institutionalisation and mobility -- The separation era: ideology, policy and resistance: transitions in town life; Jane Duren and the battle of Bateman's bay; Life under the rule: contradictions and ambiguities; The scientistic logic of assimilationism -- Peas, beans and timber mills: From bush work to benchmen; The political economy of the picking era; All one mob: the social life of seasonal pickers; A critique of the notion of dependence -- "Self-determination" : "We got our rights": relatedness and difference in a changing political context; The new institutional order; "The era is closed"; Movin' to a different beat -- Conclusion: Yuin economy and society: a historical perspective; Historical processes in settler-Indigenous relations; Towards a comparative analysis of settler-Indigenous histories
Dimensions
30 cm
Extent
ix, 256 leaves
Governing access note
Open access - Reading ; Open copying for private study, Closed quotation. Not for Inter Library Loan
Immediate source of acquisition
author
Other physical details
ill. (some col), facsims, maps
Stock number
MAR11/021

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