The Resource The chaplain's wife and the native girl [:] : re-envisaging a cross-cultural female relationship in the contact zone, Victoria Haskins

The chaplain's wife and the native girl [:] : re-envisaging a cross-cultural female relationship in the contact zone, Victoria Haskins

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The chaplain's wife and the native girl [:] : re-envisaging a cross-cultural female relationship in the contact zone
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The chaplain's wife and the native girl [:]
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re-envisaging a cross-cultural female relationship in the contact zone
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Victoria Haskins
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eng
Summary
Discusses the historical significance of the relationship between Mary Johnson and the Aboriginal girl Boorong [Abaroo]; relations between Aboriginal and white women in the early colony; approaches to the interpretation of colonial relations between women; historical records of Boorong; includes refence to Bennelong and race relations in early Sydney
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The chaplain's wife and the native girl [:] : re-envisaging a cross-cultural female relationship in the contact zone, Victoria Haskins
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Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 266-268
Extent
p. [259]-268
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The chaplain's wife and the native girl [:] : re-envisaging a cross-cultural female relationship in the contact zone, Victoria Haskins
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 266-268
Extent
p. [259]-268

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