y Living with the Land: Aborigines in Tasmania single work   criticism   biography   children's  
Issue Details: First known date: 1989 1989
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'Book 1; details Aboriginal daily life, religion ceremony, location of clans and tribes at time of European exploration and first colonisation; Book 2; describes Aboriginal resistance to settlement and subsequent Black Line; Book 3; follows fate of bands who surrendered to Robinson and were imprisoned at Sarah Island; Book 4; describes Wybalenna and Oyster Bay settlements; Book 5; traces the history of Aboriginal children adopted by Europeans and Aboriginal leaders with Robinson; Book 6; traces history of survivors on mainland Tasmania and on Hunter and Furneaux groups in Bass Strait; Book 7; summarises government policy towards mutton-birders and residents of Cape Barren Island, describes the development of identity through Tasmanian Aboriginal Centres and reminiscences of childhood and mutton-birding on Cape Barren Island and racial discrimination when forced to move to Launceston.' (Source: TROVE)

Notes

  • Each book includes:

    Book 1. Invasion

    Book 2. Resistance

    Book 3. Dispossession

    Book 4. From optimism to despair

    Book 5. Adapting and resisting

    Book 6. Survival

    Book 7. Family and community.

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Subjects:
  • Oyster Bay, Oyster Bay - Kirrawee area, Sutherland area, Sydney Southern Suburbs, Sydney, New South Wales,
  • Bass Strait, Australian seas,
  • Cape Barren Island, Bass Strait Islands, Tasmania,
  • Wybalena, Flinders Island, Bass Strait Islands, Tasmania,
  • Launceston, Northeast Tasmania, Tasmania,
  • Tasmania,
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