The Call of the Land: A History of Queensland to the Present Day
19th century colonisation/relations with Aborigines including violent resistance and massacres, Aboriginal - Chinese relations; Aboriginal legislation, government policy and reserves (housing conditions); Aboriginal human rights in the current political climate and protest.
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