Equal Subjects, Unequal Rights: Indigenous Peoples in British Settler Colonies, 1830-1910

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INDEX
Abdurahman, Dr Abdullah 165
Aborigines, Australian 18, 33, 63–70, 71, 72, 83–5, 186, 187
Aborigines Department 151
Aborigines' Protection Society (APS) 27, 43, 47, 58, 66, 68, 72, 74, 84, 113, 129 see also Anti-Slavery Society
Acadians 20
Acts
Aboriginals Protection and Restriction of the Sale of Opium Act (1897) 138
Act for the Better Protection of the Lands and Property of the Indians in Lower Canada (1857) see Gradual Civilisation Act
Act for the Better Government of Her Majesty's Australian Colonies (1850) 66, 69
Act to Make Provision for the Better Protection and Care of the Aboriginal Inhabitants of Western Australia (1905) 151
Act for the Protection of Indians in Upper Canada from Imposition, and the Property Occupied or Enjoyed by them from Trespass and Injury see Gradual Civilisation Act
Act for Regulating the Sale of Wasteland (1842) 66
Canadian Citizenship Act (1946) 190
Commonwealth Franchise Act (1902, Australia) 149, 188, 189
Constitution Act (1852, New Zealand) 77, 136, 137
Constitution Amendment Act (1893, Western Australia) 139
Constitution Amendment Act (1899, Western Australia) 142
Crown Lands Protection Act (1839) 49
First Reform Act (1832) 34
Franchise Act (1885, Canada) 115–30
Franchise Act (1896, Natal) 171, 172
Franchise Act Amendment (British Columbia) 55
Franchise and Ballot Act (1892, Cape) 163, 171
Glen Grey Act (1894, Cape Colony) 164, 185
Gradual Civilisation Act (1857, Canada) 51, 52, 104, 115, 117, 119, 125, 126, 129, 189
Gradual Enfranchisement Act (1869, Canada) 189
Immigration Restriction Act (1897, Natal) 170
Immigration Restriction Act (1902, Australia) 150
Indian Act (1876, Canada) 51, 122, 190
Maori Provinces Bill (1865) 80
Maori Representation Bill (1867) 80, 81
Masters and Servants Ordinance (1841, Cape) 96
Natives' Land Act (1913) 184
New Zealand Constitution Act (1852) 75, 77
New Zealand Royal Commission on Federation 150
Ordinance 3, Cape Colony 103
Ordinance 49, Cape Colony 94
Ordinance 50, Cape Colony 94–6
Parliamentary Voters' Registration Act (1887) 162
Queensland Electoral Act (1885) 137
Reform Act (1832, Britain) 6, 91
Adams College 105
Adamson, Dr Joseph 50
Adelaide Convention (1897) 145
African National Congress (ANC) 182, 191
Afrikaner Bond 162–5 passim, 179n
African Political Organisation (APO) 165, 175
Afrikaners 22, 89, 90, 98, 100, 101, 158
Alberta 113
Algoma region, Canada 52, 53, 120, 122
American colonies 10
Anglo-Boer War 158, 160
Anti-Slavery Society (including Anti-Slavery and Aborigines Protection Society) 18, 19, 27, 34 see also Aborigines Protection Society
apartheid 186, 192
Arthur, Sir George 49
Asquith, H. H. 17, 18, 178
Australian colonies 28, 63–70, 83–5, 134, 143, 170
Australian Labor Party (ALP) 17
'Bambatha Rebellion' 175
Banks, Sir Joseph 24
Barton, Edward 150
Basotho revolt 151
Basutoland 158, 175
Bechuanaland (Botswana) 160, 175
Beothuk people 20
Blackwood, William 56, 58
Blake, Edward 119
Bloemfontein Convention (1852 and 1854) 90, 176
Boer (Afrikaner) republics 90, 100, 157, 158, 165, 172, 173

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