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Issue Details: First known date: 2019... 2019 New Research Turns Tasmanian Aboriginal History on Its Head. The Results Will Help Care for the Land
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'American farmer and poet Wendell Berry said of the first Europeans in North America that they came with vision, but not with sight. They came with vision of former places but not the sight to see what was before them. Instead of adapting their vision to suit the place, they changed the landscape to fit their vision.' (Introduction)

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