One Blood: 200 Years of Aboriginal Encounter with Christianity : a Story of Hope
Missionaries and their effects on Aboriginal people; treatment of Aborigines by white settlers and Aborigines; church and minorities; assimilation; Missionaries attitudes to Aboriginal culture and religion; pastoralists attitudes to missions; role of police and Protection Boards; Moravian Church; Lutheran Church; Church of England; Methodist Church; Jesuit Order; Wesleyan Missionary Society; United Aborigines Mission; Aborigines Friends Association; Aborigines Inland Mission; Church Missionary Society; Methodist Church; land rights; human rights.
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Preface to the first edition
Early Queensland missions
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