The Unlikely Story Of Bennelong And Phillip P B

Author: Michael Sedunary
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ISBN: 9780994289551
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The Unlikely Story of Bennelong and Phillip is the second book in a series of books from Berbay Publishing exploring first settlement history in Australia. This extraordinary story about the friendship between Captain Arthur Phillip and the Aboriginal, Bennelong, is one of Australia's most important and intriguing stories, yet remains largely unknown. The background of first settlement in Australia (when the first fleet arrived) heightens the polarity between the two worlds of these two people - traditional Aboriginal culture and values versus European culture and values.

The Good The Bad And The Silly

Author: John Dickson
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ISBN: 9780648397373
Size: 19,11 MB
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The Good, The Bad and The Silly is a taste of the intriguing history of Australia to alert young readers of the storytelling treasures to be unearthed in Australia's settlement history. This is the newest addition to the successful and award-winning series - M is for Mutiny (CBCA shortlisted 2018), William Bligh: a stormy story of tempestuous times (CBCA shortlisted 2017), The Startling Story of Lachlan Macquarie (CBCA 2018 Notable) and The Unlikely Story of Bennelong and Phillip (WAYRBA shortlisted 2016).

The Spanish Lake

Author: Oskar Hermann Khristian Spate
Editor: Canberra : Australian National University Press
ISBN: 9780708107270
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This book is a geopolitical and economic history primarily of the Pacific Ocean: Oceania and Australasia and the Ocean's Asian and American margins; secondarily it is concerned with bordering economies and societies.

The Economist

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Savages And Moderns

Author: Katharine Elizabeth Fullagar
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Book Review Digest

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Australian Autobiographical Narratives To 1850

Author: Kay Walsh
Editor: National Library Australia
ISBN: 0642105995
Size: 19,52 MB
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Comprehensive guide to published Australian autobiographical writing which deals with life in Australia up to 1850. Entries are listed alphabetically by author's name. Includes three separate indexes to personal names, places and subjects. Walsh has worked on numerous Australian reference publications. Hooton teaches English at the Australian Defence Force Academy and is co-author of 'The Oxford Companion to Australian Literature' (1985); Walsh is assisting her in preparing a new edition.