Aboriginal Victorians: A History since 1800

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CONTENTS
Preface and Acknowledgements xi
Reflections xvii
Part 1 Wild Times: 1800—1850 1
1. Meeting strangers 3
2. Melbourne: an Aboriginal domain 15
3. Countering civilisers 35
4. Accommodating sheep herders 54
5. Dangerous frontiers 69
Part 2 Transformations: 1850—1886 95
6. Negotiating two worlds 97
7. New communities 119
8. Country 'wanderers' 146
9. 'A miserable spadeful of ground' 166
Part 3 Assimilationism: 1886—1970 183
10. Under the Acts 185
11. 'Old Lake Tyers' 217
12. Fighting for Framlingham 235
13. Country campers 258
14. Melbourne and Aboriginal activism 286
15. Assimilation and its challengers 312
Part 4 Renaissance: 1970 Onwards 339
16. Seeking autonomy 341
17. Being Aboriginal 375
Recommended Reading 399
Endnotes 403
IndeX 459

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  • Aboriginal Victorians - A History Since 1800 *
  • Contents *
  • Preface and Acknowledgements xi
  • Reflections xvii
  • Part One - Wild Times 1800—1850 *
  • 1 - Meeting Strangers 3
  • 2 - Melbourne—an Aboriginal Domain 15
  • 3 - Countering Civilisers 35
  • 4 - Accommodating Sheep Herders 54
  • 5 - Dangerous Frontiers 69
  • Part Two - Transformations 1850—1886 *
  • 6 - Negotiating Two Worlds 97
  • 7 - New Communities 119
  • 8 - Country 'Wanderers' 146
  • 9 - A 'Miserable Spadeful of Ground' 166
  • Part Three - Assimilationism 1886—1970 *
  • 10 - Under the Acts 185
  • 11 - 'Old Lake Tyers' 217
  • 12 - Fighting for Framlingham 235
  • 13 - Country Campers 258
  • 14 - Melbourne and Aboriginal Activism 286
  • 15 - Assimilation and Its Challengers 312
  • Part Four - Renaissance 1970 Onwards *
  • 16 - Seeking Autonomy 341
  • 17 - Being Aboriginal 375
  • Recommended Reading 399
  • Endnotes 403
  • Index 459
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