Baal Belbora, the End of the Dancing: The Agony of the British Invasion of the Ancient People of the Three Rivers--the Hastings, the Manning, and the Macleay in New South Wales
Alternative Publishing Company-operative, 1986 - Aboriginal Australians - 151 pages
Hostilities between Aborigines and pioneer pastoralists.
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Section One 1 The Great Colonial Coverup
The Rivers and The Falls
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Aboriginal appeared attack Australian became believe Bennett blacks bush CALIFORNIA called camp carried continued course Creek Crown Lands described DIEGO district doubt early England escape European evidence face fact Falls Country fight fire followed further George gives Hastings head Henderson horse hostility human hundred invasion John justice killed known land late later letter LIBRARY lived Macdonald Macleay Macleay river Major massacre McMaugh mention miles mountains moved murder natives nature never night party passed peaceful perhaps Plains pointed police Port Macquarie probably race recorded remains SAN DIEGO savage seems seen settlement settlers sheep shepherds shot South spears stand station story Sydney tableland tells thousand Three Rivers to-day took tree tribe UNIVERSITY Upper valley whole women writes wrote