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Issue Details: First known date: 2004 2004
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'Remembering the Forgotten is the first comprehensive study of the Deebing Creek Aboriginal Mission in Queensland? a mission which began at a site near Ipswich in the late 1880s and which closed during world war one.A major feature of the book is that it identifies some 300 Aboriginal people who were at Deebing Creek during its existence. These included a core of Yuggera people but also many more who were removed to the mission from 50 other sites throughout Queensland.This book is a valuable and pertinent source for everyone who wishes to understand our shared past: Murries who are seeking more information about their family histories; readers who are interested in finding out still largely unknown aspects of Queensland?s absorbing history; and educators and students in Indigenous Studies, and Australian Studies and Cultural Studies.' (Source: Google Books website)

Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

    • Henley Beach, Charles Sturt area, Adelaide - Northwest, Adelaide, South Australia,: Seaview Press , 2004 .
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      Extent: xii, 143p.
      Note/s:
      • Includes bibliography and index
      ISBN: 1740083067, 9781740083065

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Save Deebing Creek 2015 single work column
— Appears in: The Koori Mail , 2 December 2015; (p. 23)
y Bill Thorpe Collecton Bill Thorpe , 2002 9122138 2002 single work correspondence

'Research material (including notes and photocopied archival material) and correspondence relating to Deebing Creek and Purga Aboriginal Missions. Includes transcripts of interviews, photocopies of Queensland Department of Public Instruction records, material for history thesis, and files of Deebing Creek Cultural Committee relating to the Committee's efforts to have part of original Deebing Creek Mission made an Aboriginal reserve. Also includes letters from Frances Wright, and maps. Much of the material was used for Bill Thorpe's book, 'Remembering the forgotten : a history of the Deebing Creek Aboriginal Mission in Queensland 1887-1915'. Includes typescript and CD copies of Thorpe's thesis, 'Archibald Meston and the Aborigines'.' (Source: Fryer Library Catalogue, The University of Queensland library website)

y Bill Thorpe Collecton Bill Thorpe , 2002 9122138 2002 single work correspondence

'Research material (including notes and photocopied archival material) and correspondence relating to Deebing Creek and Purga Aboriginal Missions. Includes transcripts of interviews, photocopies of Queensland Department of Public Instruction records, material for history thesis, and files of Deebing Creek Cultural Committee relating to the Committee's efforts to have part of original Deebing Creek Mission made an Aboriginal reserve. Also includes letters from Frances Wright, and maps. Much of the material was used for Bill Thorpe's book, 'Remembering the forgotten : a history of the Deebing Creek Aboriginal Mission in Queensland 1887-1915'. Includes typescript and CD copies of Thorpe's thesis, 'Archibald Meston and the Aborigines'.' (Source: Fryer Library Catalogue, The University of Queensland library website)

Save Deebing Creek 2015 single work column
— Appears in: The Koori Mail , 2 December 2015; (p. 23)
Last amended 8 Dec 2015 12:16:43
Subjects:
  • Queensland,
  • Deebing Creek Mission (1892 to 1948), Purga, Amberley - Peak Crossing - Harrisville area, South Ipswich area, Ipswich area, South East Queensland, Queensland,
  • 1887-1915
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