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The Resource What did happen to the Aborigines of Victoria, volume 1, The Kurnai of Gippsland, Phillip Pepper in collaboration with Tess De Araugo

What did happen to the Aborigines of Victoria, volume 1, The Kurnai of Gippsland, Phillip Pepper in collaboration with Tess De Araugo

Label
What did happen to the Aborigines of Victoria, volume 1, The Kurnai of Gippsland
Title
What did happen to the Aborigines of Victoria
Title number
volume 1
Title part
The Kurnai of Gippsland
Statement of responsibility
Phillip Pepper in collaboration with Tess De Araugo
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Attempts to chronicle contact history, dispossession of eastern Victorian Aborigines, 1830s-1950s; expeditions, exploration; race relations (violence and massacres); G.A. Robinson, John Bulmer, Charlie Tarra. Taka-war-ren, Bunjil-ee-nee Ramahyuck, Lake Tyers settlements; appendices include listing of pastoral runs, Aboriginal people with tribal affiliation mentioned in the text
Related
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1907-1985
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Pepper, Phillip
Literary form
non fiction
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
De Araugo, Tess
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Bunjil-ee-nee
  • Will-am-buleng
  • Bulmer, John
  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Kurnai (Australian people)
Label
What did happen to the Aborigines of Victoria, volume 1, The Kurnai of Gippsland, Phillip Pepper in collaboration with Tess De Araugo
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Includes indexes
  • Includes indexes and maps
  • Copy 2 : donation from Tom Austen Brown collection
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references. : pages [289] - 309
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
  • text
  • still image
  • cartographic image
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
The Kurnai Nation before the 1840's -- The beginning of the end of a culture, 1835-1841 -- Charlie Tarra, 1839-1848 -- The first massacres, 1940-1842 -- The first landgrabbers, 1841-1943 -- A white mans law and order, January - February 1844 -- G.A. Robinson, cheif protector of the Aboriginies, 1844 -- Kurnai minus their country, February - March 1844 -- A mass murderer from the western district, 1845 - March 1846 -- Kurnai country minus the Kurnai, March 1845 - March 1846 -- The shipwrecked white woman, 1838-1846 -- The hunt for the white woman, August 1846 - February 1847 -- Hear no evil, see no evil, speak no evil, 1846 -- Taka-war-ren guides the Gippsland expedition, February 1847 -- The Kurnai lay seige to a police station, March 1847 -- Bunjil-ee-nee, March 1847 - November 1848 -- The sons of Bunjil-ee-nee, 1848-1865 -- Kurnai and the settlers around flooding creek, 1848-1853 -- The massacre on the Milly, 1851 -- Gold in Gippsland, 1851-1852 -- The old world and the new, 1852-1856 -- A reserve for the Kunai? 1857-1861 -- From Yelta to Bung-yarnda, 1855-1863 -- The founding of Ramahyuck, 1862-1863 -- Western Australian brides for Ramahyuck men, 1862-1871 -- The Kurnai at Lake Tyers, 1863-1878 -- Concentrating the Aboriginies onto the reserves; Ramahyuck, 1872-1877 -- Progress at Lake Tyers and privation outside, 1878-1883 -- Disipline and rebellion at Ramahyuck, 1878-1882 -- Food shortages and alcohol; Lake Tyers, 1882-1884 -- Exile for the part-Aborigines; The 1886 ACT, 1882-1889 -- Corroborees and overseas adventures; Ramahyuck. 1884-1888 -- Batteling through; Lake Tyers, 1889-1890 -- Implementing the new ACT, 1889-1894 -- Rumours and restlessness on the reserves, 1891-1899 -- Ramahyuck to close, Lake Tyers under new management, 1900-1907 -- The new regime at Lake Tyers, 1908-1910 -- Lost Battles, 1904-1917 -- A concentration camp under the concentration plan, 1917-1926 -- The depression and the war years, 1927-1943 -- lake Tyers, 1943-1958 -- Appendixes: The division of the Kurnai land -- Some acts of parliment concerning Aboriginies -- A glossary of alternative spellings of the Victorian tribes refered to in the text
Control code
32706
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
xiv, 322 pages
Isbn
9780908090808
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
illustrations, facsimiles, maps, portraits
Stock number
7399b
System control number
909444
Label
What did happen to the Aborigines of Victoria, volume 1, The Kurnai of Gippsland, Phillip Pepper in collaboration with Tess De Araugo
Publication
Note
  • Includes indexes
  • Includes indexes and maps
  • Copy 2 : donation from Tom Austen Brown collection
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references. : pages [289] - 309
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
  • text
  • still image
  • cartographic image
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
The Kurnai Nation before the 1840's -- The beginning of the end of a culture, 1835-1841 -- Charlie Tarra, 1839-1848 -- The first massacres, 1940-1842 -- The first landgrabbers, 1841-1943 -- A white mans law and order, January - February 1844 -- G.A. Robinson, cheif protector of the Aboriginies, 1844 -- Kurnai minus their country, February - March 1844 -- A mass murderer from the western district, 1845 - March 1846 -- Kurnai country minus the Kurnai, March 1845 - March 1846 -- The shipwrecked white woman, 1838-1846 -- The hunt for the white woman, August 1846 - February 1847 -- Hear no evil, see no evil, speak no evil, 1846 -- Taka-war-ren guides the Gippsland expedition, February 1847 -- The Kurnai lay seige to a police station, March 1847 -- Bunjil-ee-nee, March 1847 - November 1848 -- The sons of Bunjil-ee-nee, 1848-1865 -- Kurnai and the settlers around flooding creek, 1848-1853 -- The massacre on the Milly, 1851 -- Gold in Gippsland, 1851-1852 -- The old world and the new, 1852-1856 -- A reserve for the Kunai? 1857-1861 -- From Yelta to Bung-yarnda, 1855-1863 -- The founding of Ramahyuck, 1862-1863 -- Western Australian brides for Ramahyuck men, 1862-1871 -- The Kurnai at Lake Tyers, 1863-1878 -- Concentrating the Aboriginies onto the reserves; Ramahyuck, 1872-1877 -- Progress at Lake Tyers and privation outside, 1878-1883 -- Disipline and rebellion at Ramahyuck, 1878-1882 -- Food shortages and alcohol; Lake Tyers, 1882-1884 -- Exile for the part-Aborigines; The 1886 ACT, 1882-1889 -- Corroborees and overseas adventures; Ramahyuck. 1884-1888 -- Batteling through; Lake Tyers, 1889-1890 -- Implementing the new ACT, 1889-1894 -- Rumours and restlessness on the reserves, 1891-1899 -- Ramahyuck to close, Lake Tyers under new management, 1900-1907 -- The new regime at Lake Tyers, 1908-1910 -- Lost Battles, 1904-1917 -- A concentration camp under the concentration plan, 1917-1926 -- The depression and the war years, 1927-1943 -- lake Tyers, 1943-1958 -- Appendixes: The division of the Kurnai land -- Some acts of parliment concerning Aboriginies -- A glossary of alternative spellings of the Victorian tribes refered to in the text
Control code
32706
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
xiv, 322 pages
Isbn
9780908090808
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
illustrations, facsimiles, maps, portraits
Stock number
7399b
System control number
909444

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