The Resource 'Rare work amongst the professors': : the capture of indigenous skulls within phrenological knowledge in early colonial Australia, Paul Turnbull

'Rare work amongst the professors': : the capture of indigenous skulls within phrenological knowledge in early colonial Australia, Paul Turnbull

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'Rare work amongst the professors': : the capture of indigenous skulls within phrenological knowledge in early colonial Australia
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'Rare work amongst the professors':
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the capture of indigenous skulls within phrenological knowledge in early colonial Australia
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Paul Turnbull
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eng
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Role of phrenology in the collection of Aboriginal skeletal remains in the early colonial period to 1830 - excavation of Arawarra's grave by Alexander Berry; Baron Field - comparative craniology and the origins of the Aborigines; colonial antiquarianism - Oxley's excavations of burial mounds
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Turnbull, Paul
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  • Field, Barron
  • Oxley, John
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'Rare work amongst the professors': : the capture of indigenous skulls within phrenological knowledge in early colonial Australia, Paul Turnbull
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Endnotes: p. 239-241
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p. 3- 23
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'Rare work amongst the professors': : the capture of indigenous skulls within phrenological knowledge in early colonial Australia, Paul Turnbull
Publication
Bibliography note
Endnotes: p. 239-241
Extent
p. 3- 23

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