Queensland Native Police the First Twenty Years

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Paul Anthony Dillon, Oct 15, 2020 - Aboriginal Australian police - 245 pages
The history of the Queensland Native Police from 1855 to 1879 outlining their law enforcement and social contact with the white settlers of the colony of Queensland as well as their interaction with the Aborigines.

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About the author (2020)

Paul Dillon is a Sunshine Coast based author of Frederick Walker Commandant of the Native Police, Connor Court Publishing, Brisbane 2018; The Murder of John Francis Dowling and the Massacre of 300 Aborigines, Connor Court Publishing, Brisbane 2019; Inside the Killing Fields Hornet Bank, Cullin-la-Ringo & The Maria Wreck, Connor Court Publishing, Brisbane 2020; and Red Centre, Dead Centre The True Story of Peter Falconer, Austin Macauley Publisher, London 2019. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the Australian National University. Paul joined the Commonwealth Public Service in 1965. On 23 May 1986, he was called to the Bar of New South Wales and practised as a barrister in the Criminal Division of the superior courts of Queensland as counsel for the defence.

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