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Issue Details: First known date: 1982 1982
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'The destruction of Aboriginal society in the far north of Queensland involved a war for survival more effectively fought by the clans than in most other places; ...Dr Loos traces the story from the first contacts of Aborigines with the whites up to the beginnings of what is still basically the Queensland Aboriginal policy...' (Source: Foreword, p. vii)

Notes

  • Dedication: For Betty Loos
  • Foreword by C.D. Rowley Canberra 1979
  • Please be aware that this work may contain images, artwork, perspectives and stories from people who are now deceased. It also contains words, terms or descriptions which may be culturally sensitive and are considered inappropriate today, but which reflect the period in which it was written.

Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

    • Canberra, Australian Capital Territory,: Australian National University Press , 1982 .
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      Extent: xx,325p.
      Description: illus., maps
      Note/s:
      • First published in Australia, 1982.
      • Published version of authors Ph.D. Thesis, MS 1262, Aboriginal-European relations in north Queensland, 1861-1897 (Source: TROVE)
      • Includes appendixes, notes, bibliography and index.
      ISBN: 0708115217, 9780708115213

Works about this Work

Invasion and Resistance: Aboriginal-European Relations on the North Queensland Frontier 1861-1897 : Review Peter Read , 1984 single work review
— Appears in: Australian Aboriginal Studies , no. 1 1984; (p. 79-80)

— Review of Invasion and Resistance : Aboriginal-European Relations on the North Queensland Frontier, 1861-1897 Noel Loos 1982 single work criticism
'Loos' study is based upon the thesis that geographical and chronological factors played upon and so altered the pattern of invasion in north Queensland that four distinct frontiers can be distinguished: the pastoral, mining, rainforest and maritime regions...'
Invasion and Resistance: Aboriginal-European Relations on the North Queensland Frontier 1861-1897 : Review Peter Read , 1984 single work review
— Appears in: Australian Aboriginal Studies , no. 1 1984; (p. 79-80)

— Review of Invasion and Resistance : Aboriginal-European Relations on the North Queensland Frontier, 1861-1897 Noel Loos 1982 single work criticism
'Loos' study is based upon the thesis that geographical and chronological factors played upon and so altered the pattern of invasion in north Queensland that four distinct frontiers can be distinguished: the pastoral, mining, rainforest and maritime regions...'
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