3 edition of Black War in Arnhem Land found in the catalog.
Black War in Arnhem Land
by Australian National University, North Australia Research Unit in Darwin
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 89-103) and index.
|Contributions||Australian National University. North Australia Research Unit.|
|LC Classifications||DU125.Y64 D49 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 107 p. :|
|Number of Pages||107|
|LC Control Number||93212728|
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Description In the s Australia was stunned by a series of seemingly inexplicable murders of non –aboriginal people perpetrated by the Arnhem Land Yulngu. After eight deaths in two years, newspapers were calling it the ‘Black War’. Missionaries, police and the media were equally convinced they knew the reasons for the by: The "Black Black War in Arnhem Land book in Arnhem Land: missionaries and the Yolngu / Mickey Dewar Australian National University, North Australia Research Unit Darwin Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.
Black War, (–30), term applied to hostilities between Aborigines and white European soldiers and settlers on the Australian island of Tasmania (then called Van Diemen’s Land), which resulted in the virtual extermination of the original Aboriginal population of the island.
Armed conflict began in Maywhen a military detachment opened fire on an Aboriginal hunting party. Online Used Books and Out of Print Books Finder Book Search Engine Can Find The Black War in Arnhem Land: Missionaries and the Yolngu by Dewar, Mickey (Michelle) ABOUT TRUST ONLINE; The Black War in Arnhem Land: Missionaries and the Yolngu "The Battle of Arnhem" is a very good book about one of the classic Allied blunders of the war.
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Arnhem Land has been occupied by indigenous people for tens of thousands of years and is the location of the oldest-known stone axe, which scholars believe to be 35, years old.
The Gove Peninsula was heavily involved in the defence of Australia during World War II. At least since the 18th century (and probably earlier) Muslim traders from Makassar of Sulawesi visited Arnhem Land each year. The Black War was the period of violent conflict between British colonists and Aboriginal Australians in Tasmania from the mids to The conflict, fought largely as a guerrilla war by both sides, claimed the lives of more than European colonists and between and Aboriginal people, nearly annihilating the island's indigenous population.
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