The Resource 'What business have you here?', James Boyce

'What business have you here?', James Boyce

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'What business have you here?'
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'What business have you here?'
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James Boyce
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eng
Summary
Overviews contact history of Tasmania from 1770s to present; Tasmanian Aboriginal women taken from Tasmania by sealers in the 1920s to Bass Strait Islands, Kangaroo Island, King George Sound, New Zealand and Mauritius; declaration of martial law 1 November 1828; role of George Augustus Robinson in the removal of Aboriginal people from the north west and the west coast of mainland Tasmania to Flinders Island; removal from Flinders Island to Oyster Cove in 1847; Cape Barren Island Reserve; comments by Darlene Mansell throughout essay, including a comment on the sadness of the community with the "global myth" that Truginini was the las Tasmanian Aboriginal person; also includes many illustrations and photographs
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Boyce, James
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  • Jemmy of Hampshire Hills
  • Woorrady
  • Truganini
  • Manalargenna
  • Mathinna
  • Musquito
  • Smith, Fanny Cochrane
  • Johnson, Dolly Dalrymple
  • Beedon, Lucy
  • Mansell, Darlene
  • Robinson, George Augustus
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'What business have you here?', James Boyce

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    • Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS)Borrow it
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      -35.292556 149.118617
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