Imprint: Australian Scholarly Publishing
Writing Heritage — The Depiction of Indigenous Heritage in European-Australian WritingsBy Michael Davis
From the late nineteenth century and into the twentieth century, European-Australians were actively recording, documenting and collecting Aboriginal heritage. This book examines how they did this, exploring perceptions of authenticity and innovation in Aboriginal heritage and approaches to ethnographic collecting.
You might also like:
A Voyage to Australia: A diary written by A.J.W. van Delden in 1866 while on a mission to establish a steam-ship line between Java and Australia
A.J.W. van Delden, Dorine Tolley
Cultured Colonists: George Alexander Gilbert and His Family, Settlers in Port Phillip