The Resource Part-Aboriginal resistance : the case of the Cape Barren Islanders in the nineteenth century, [Lyndall Ryan]

Part-Aboriginal resistance : the case of the Cape Barren Islanders in the nineteenth century, [Lyndall Ryan]

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Part-Aboriginal resistance : the case of the Cape Barren Islanders in the nineteenth century
Title
Part-Aboriginal resistance
Title remainder
the case of the Cape Barren Islanders in the nineteenth century
Statement of responsibility
[Lyndall Ryan]
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Language
eng
Summary
Chapter I: history of sealing and setting up sealing camps on Cape Barren, King, Hunter and Kangaroo Islands; trade with Aboriginal people; emergence of mutton birding industry with the assistance of Aboriginal women, following decline in seals; communities on Gun Carriage Island (now Vansittart Island) and Preservation Island; role of George Augustus Robinson; life on Cape Barren Island and Badger Island; role of variousschool teachers and missionaries and their relationships with Islanders; conflict over land tenure; formation of an "Islander Association" in 1897; Chapter II: discusses the consultation period leading to the Cape Barron Reserve Act 1912; operation of the Reserve; neglect of the wishes of Islanders; Abschol fights for rights in the early 1970s
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Part-Aboriginal resistance : the case of the Cape Barren Islanders in the nineteenth century, [Lyndall Ryan]
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Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
Ch I: Part-Aboriginal resistance: the case of the Cape Barren Islanders in the nineteenth century -- Ch II: Segregation, assimilation and integration: the Cape Barren islanders in the twentieth century -- Ch 12: Conclusion
Dimensions
[1978?]
Extent
[Hobart?], Tas.
Governing access note
Open access - reading. Partial copying & use. Not for Inter-Library Loan
Immediate source of acquisition
Glen Shaw:
Other physical details
Department of Aboriginal Affairs
Stock number
MAR04/050
Label
Part-Aboriginal resistance : the case of the Cape Barren Islanders in the nineteenth century, [Lyndall Ryan]
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
Ch I: Part-Aboriginal resistance: the case of the Cape Barren Islanders in the nineteenth century -- Ch II: Segregation, assimilation and integration: the Cape Barren islanders in the twentieth century -- Ch 12: Conclusion
Dimensions
[1978?]
Extent
[Hobart?], Tas.
Governing access note
Open access - reading. Partial copying & use. Not for Inter-Library Loan
Immediate source of acquisition
Glen Shaw:
Other physical details
Department of Aboriginal Affairs
Stock number
MAR04/050

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