Blood on the Wattle: Massacres and Maltreatment of Aboriginal Australians Since 1788
New Holland, 2003 - History - 309 pages
Voted one of the ten most influential works on non-fiction of the last century, Blood on the Wattle draws together, in a single volume, most of the information about the massacres of Aboriginal people that have been recorded in books and journals. It also creates a broad-based level of awareness of the scale of the massacres of Aboriginal people so that this dimension of Australian history can become part of the Australian consciousness.
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