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Author Wrench, Rosemary.

Title Through their eyes : an historical record of Aboriginal people of Victoria as documented by the officials of the Port Phillip Protectorate, 1839-1841 / compiled and edited by Mira Lakic and Rosemary Wrench
Published Melbourne : Museum of Victoria, [1994]
©1994

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Description 150 pages : illustrations, maps, portraits ; 30 cm
Contents Includes index
Summary Collection of 86 letters between G.A. Robinson and his assistant Protectors in Port Phillip Protectorate 1839 -1841; divided by subject into chapters on Protectors needing aid and instruction; Aggressions committed by Europeans; Aggressions committed by Aborigines; Conflict between Aboriginal groups; Requests for reports and reports submitted; letters concerned mainly with Wathaurang, Woiworong, Bunorong and Taungurong peoples; introduction is an overview to the Protectroate and biographies of the Protectors; includes an index to individual Aboriginal names
Notes Bibliography; p. 140-141; Includes indexes
Bibliography Bibliography: pages 140-141
Notes Copy 2 - donation from Tom Austen Brown collection
Subject Robinson, George Augustus, -1866.
Aboriginal Australians -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- Australia -- Victoria.
Aboriginal Australians -- Victoria -- Documentation
Aboriginal Australians -- Victoria -- Social conditions
Aboriginal Australians -- Australia -- Victoria -- Government relations.
Aboriginal Australians -- Australia -- Victoria -- History.
Aboriginal Australians -- Treatment -- Australia -- Victoria -- History.
Aboriginal Australians -- Australia -- Victoria.
Aboriginal Australians, Treatment of -- Australia -- Victoria -- History.
Aboriginal Australians, Treatment of.
Author Lakic, Mira, 1967-
Wrench, Rosemary.
Museum of Victoria.
LC no. abn94284735
ISBN 0730648370
9780730648376