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The destruction of Aboriginal society, C.D. Rowley

Label
The destruction of Aboriginal society
Title
The destruction of Aboriginal society
Statement of responsibility
C.D. Rowley
Creator
Subject
Summary
Part of Social Science Research Council project; part I, The failure of colonial administration, results of colonial administration, resistance to settlement, historical background of administration, N.S.W. (Sydney, Hawkesbury River, Myall Creek massacre), Queensland (Moreton Bay), Van Diemens Land,; Port Phillip Protectorate, Western Australia from 1829, South Australia; attempts to civilize natives by education, missions; race relations Clarence River, 1840-1860, retrospect; part II, The destruction of Aboriginal society, the frontiers after 1856, native administration, police, Queensland frontier 1859-1897, extension of settlement in Western Australia, South Australian frontier 1860-1911, Commonwealth administration (Northern Territory), problems of justice, law, and Aboriginal custom, N.T. legislation 1911-1953; missions & extensive reserves (Port Keats, Mitchell River, Central Australia, Arnhem Land); Bleakley report discussed, reactions to spectacular injustice (Coniston killings, Tuckiar & Caledon Bay massacre, Moseley report), search for Aboriginal policy 1934-1938, Commonwealth & State authorities conference 1937, effects of World War II; appendix A - Who is an Aboriginal; The answer in 1967, definitions of S.A., N.T., statistics for urban & rural population, population trends, age structure, projections of growth 1961-1981
Cataloging source
QGU
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1906-1985
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Rowley, C. D.
Dewey number
323.11991094
LC call number
DU124.T74
LC item number
R6 1972
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  • Aboriginal Australians, Treatment of
  • Aboriginal Australians
Label
The destruction of Aboriginal society, C.D. Rowley
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Includes index
  • First published, Canberra: Australian National University Press, 1970
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. [399]-406
Contents
I. The failure of colonial administration -- History and Aboriginal affairs -- Some results of colonial administration -- Eastern frontiers: New South Wales -- The frontier in Western Australia from 1829 -- The colony that was to be different -- Christian subjects of the Crown: civilisation by tuition -- Race relations - a closer look -- The failure of colonial administration: reteospect -- II. The destruction of aboriginal society -- The frontiers after 1856 -- The Queensland frontier, 1859-1897 -- The extension of settlement in Western Australia -- The South Australian frontier, 1860-1911 -- The Commonwealth enters the field of Aboriginal adminsitration -- Missions and extensive reserves -- Expert advice on Northern Territory problems -- Reactions to spectacular injustice -- The Commonwealth looks for an Aboriginal policy, 1934-1948 -- Appendixes -- A. Who is an Aboriginal? the answer in 1967 -- B. The Aboriginal population
Control code
000021842702
Dimensions
21 cm.
Extent
xv, 430 p.
Immediate source of acquisition
Copy 3 - donation from ATSIC library.
Isbn
9780140214529
Other physical details
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Label
The destruction of Aboriginal society, C.D. Rowley
Publication
Note
  • Includes index
  • First published, Canberra: Australian National University Press, 1970
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. [399]-406
Contents
I. The failure of colonial administration -- History and Aboriginal affairs -- Some results of colonial administration -- Eastern frontiers: New South Wales -- The frontier in Western Australia from 1829 -- The colony that was to be different -- Christian subjects of the Crown: civilisation by tuition -- Race relations - a closer look -- The failure of colonial administration: reteospect -- II. The destruction of aboriginal society -- The frontiers after 1856 -- The Queensland frontier, 1859-1897 -- The extension of settlement in Western Australia -- The South Australian frontier, 1860-1911 -- The Commonwealth enters the field of Aboriginal adminsitration -- Missions and extensive reserves -- Expert advice on Northern Territory problems -- Reactions to spectacular injustice -- The Commonwealth looks for an Aboriginal policy, 1934-1948 -- Appendixes -- A. Who is an Aboriginal? the answer in 1967 -- B. The Aboriginal population
Control code
000021842702
Dimensions
21 cm.
Extent
xv, 430 p.
Immediate source of acquisition
Copy 3 - donation from ATSIC library.
Isbn
9780140214529
Other physical details
maps

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