y Footprints Along the Cape York Sandbeaches selected work   non-fiction   prose  
Issue Details: First known date: 1992... 1992 Footprints Along the Cape York Sandbeaches
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* Contents derived from the Canberra, Australian Capital Territory,: Aboriginal Studies Press , 1992 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Through a Glass, Darkly..., Nonie Sharp , 1992 single work short story biography (p. 155-184)
One of Ours: The Story of Nicholas, Nonie Sharp , 1992 single work short story (p. 185-220)

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[Review Essay] Footprints along the Cape York Sandbeaches Julie Finlayson , 1992 single work essay
— Appears in: Australian Aboriginal Studies , no. 2 1992; (p. 93-95)

'This is an intriguing book about a largely under-researched area of indigenous Australia. It is also a book likely to spark controversy. Sharp sets out to redress the limited historical and general knowledge about the Aboriginal groups who were traditional residents in the areas around the tip of Cape York Peninsula in northern Queensland. In doing so, she aims to educate readers out of the general ignorance and disregard for the perspectives of indigenous people in historical accounts of early culture contact and in the personal dynamics of intercultural relationships.(Introduction)

[Review Essay] Footprints along the Cape York Sandbeaches Julie Finlayson , 1992 single work essay
— Appears in: Australian Aboriginal Studies , no. 2 1992; (p. 93-95)

'This is an intriguing book about a largely under-researched area of indigenous Australia. It is also a book likely to spark controversy. Sharp sets out to redress the limited historical and general knowledge about the Aboriginal groups who were traditional residents in the areas around the tip of Cape York Peninsula in northern Queensland. In doing so, she aims to educate readers out of the general ignorance and disregard for the perspectives of indigenous people in historical accounts of early culture contact and in the personal dynamics of intercultural relationships.(Introduction)

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Subjects:
  • Cape York Peninsula, Queensland,
  • 1864-1992
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