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The Indigenous Australians in Sydney and its environs as seen by French explorers, 1802-1831, Colin Dyer

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The Indigenous Australians in Sydney and its environs as seen by French explorers, 1802-1831
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The Indigenous Australians in Sydney and its environs as seen by French explorers, 1802-1831
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Colin Dyer
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eng
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An examination of the situation of the Indigenous peoples in around Sydney between 1802 to 1831 as seen through the journals of seven Frenchmen on five different expeditions; Pierre Bernard Milius, Louis de Freycinet, Louis-Isidore Duperrey, Dumont d'Urville, Rene Lesson, Hyacinthe de Bougainville, Cyrille Laplace; physical descriptions of the Aboriginal people, relationships between the Aboriginal people, the French and colonists, the role of Aboriginal women, and some of the customs of the Sydney Aborigines including scrarification, and birth and death rituals
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non fiction
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The Indigenous Australians in Sydney and its environs as seen by French explorers, 1802-1831, Colin Dyer
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Bibliography: p. 159-161
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The Indigenous Australians in Sydney and its environs as seen by French explorers, 1802-1831, Colin Dyer
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 159-161

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