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History in portraits: biographies of nineteenth century South Australian Aboriginal people. Canberra: Aboriginal History Monograph Series 6. Simpson, Jane. Camels as pidgin-carriers: Afghan cameleers as a vector for the spread of features of Australian Aboriginal pidgins and creoles. Collections Champs linguistiques. Saint-Laurent, Quebec:Fides. Hypocoristics of place-names in Australian English
Aboriginal History Monograph. Australian National University, Canberra.
Aboriginal History Monograph. In book: Aboriginal Portraits of 19th Century South Australia, Chapter: The Aboriginal presence on Kangaroo Island, South Australia, Publisher: Aboriginal History Monograph. Cite this publication. 118+ million publications.
Jane Helen Simpson, . Hercus, Aboriginal History Inc. This book aims to redress the problem created last century when Aboriginals were basically made invisible by European Australians. It is an unusual collaboration between historians, linguists and geographers to bring Aboriginal people to the foreground.
The Aboriginal presence on Kangaroo Island, South Australia. P. 4-48 in J. Simpson & L. Hercus (eds) Aboriginal Portraits of 19th Century South Australia. Aboriginal History Monograph. Australian Aboriginal History.
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Stolen Children: Aboriginal pain/white shame; Jane Simpson and Luise Hercus, History in Portraits: Biographies of nineteenth-century South Australian Aboriginal people; Diane Barwick, Rebellion at Coranderrk. Contacting Aboriginal History All correspondence should be addressed to Aboriginal History, Box 2837 GPO Canberra, 2601, Australia. Acknowledgement Aboriginal History Inc. gratefully acknowledges the support of the School of Humanities, History, The Australian National University.
Jane Simpson and Luise Hercus, Aboriginal History Monograph No 6, 1998.
Gara, Tom (ed), Aboriginal Adelaide, special issue of the Journal of the Anthropological Society of South Australia 28, Nos 1 & 2, 1990 Gara, Tom, ‘The life and times of Mullawirraburka (‘King John’) of the Adelaide Tribe’ in History in Portraits: Biographies of nineteenth century South Australian Aboriginal people, ed. Jane Simpson and Luise Hercus, Aboriginal History Monograph No 6, 1998. Hughes, James Escourt, A History of the Royal Adelaide Hospital, Royal Adelaide Hospital, Adelaide, 1967.
History of Indigenous Australians. The History of Indigenous Australians began at least 65,000 years ago when humans first populated Australia. The origin of the first humans to populate the southern continent and its nearby islands remains a matter of conjecture and debate. Some anthropologists believe they could have arrived as a result of the earliest human migrations out of Africa.