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Grease and Ochre - Blending of two cultures at the colonial sea frontier

Grease and Ochre - Blending of two cultures at the colonial sea frontier
 
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Grease and Ochre examines the blending of two very different cultures on the islands of Bass Strait following European settlement. Author Patsy Cameron poses the question did the blending of the two cultures lead to the demise of some aboriginal clans or conversely did it ensure the survival of the Tasmanian Aboriginal people?

Published: 2016 (Reprint)
Format: Softcover
Pages: 177
Illustrations: B & W
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SKU SKU18365
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Weight 0.60 kg
Author Patsy Cameron
ISBN 9780994561121
 
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