Jorgen Jorgenson and the Aborigines of Van Diemen's Land: Being a Reconstruction of His 'lost' Book on Their Customs and Habits, and on His Role in the Roving Parties and the Black Line
Blubber Head Press, 1991 - Aboriginal Australians - 164 pages
Text of a previously unpublished manuscript on the customs and habits of the Aborigines of Van Diemen's Land, written by the Danish adventurer Jorgen Jorgenson. He lived in the colony in the early 19th century and took part in roving parties to seek out Aborigines, and helped to mount the infamous black line. Edited with commentary, notes, references and bibliography by respected scholar and author of TFriendly Mission: The Tasmanian Journals and Papers of George Augustus Robinson 1829P1834'. Includes an index.
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