Issue Details: First known date: 2012 2012
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In this essay the author examines transcripts of Ella Simon's original oral recordings to demonstrate how the 'lack of cultural literacy amongst her non-Aboriginal collaborators led to the prioritisation of monocultural understanding of assimiliation to the detriment of Simon's more pluralist views.' (Source: Jones 2012)

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    y Aboriginal History vol. 36 January 2012 6884800 2012 periodical issue

    'Drawing on painstaking research into obscure though rich documentary sources, Aboriginal oral traditions, and first hand investigations conducted in the region over thirty-five years, Darrell Lewis pieces together the complex interactions between the environment, the powerful and warlike Aboriginal tribes and the settlers and their cattle, which produced what truly became A Wild History.' (Source: TROVE)

    pg. 1-20
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