The Journals of George Augustus Robinson, Chief Protector, Port Phillip Aboriginal Protectorate: 10 June 1849-30 September 1852

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Records of Robinson's expeditions in a wide range of locations in Victoria during a ten year period, includes Loddon and Campaspe River regions, Goulburn and Western Districts, Narre Narre Warren, Omeo, Portland to Grampians and Pyrenees, Port Fairy and Mount Rouse; journals include studies of Victorian Aborigines, their lifestyles, artifacts, events, economic and ceremonial practices, recounting of 'corroborees', descriptions of protocols at meetings, dance sequences, personal adornment, clan names and vocabularies; sketches of Aboriginal life; changes in traditional Victorian Aboriginal society and the decrease in Aboriginal population; conflicts between Aborigines and settlers; Pangerang; Kwat Kwat; Gunditjmara; Chaapwurrung; Boonuwurrung; Woiwurrung.

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