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|Title:||Rations, co-existence, and the colonisation of Aboriginal labour in the South Australian pastoral industry, 1860-1911|
|Citation:||Aboriginal History, 2000; 24:1-26|
|Publisher:||ANU E Press|
|Abstract:||A study on the relationship that developed between Europeans and Aborigines on the South Australian pastoral stations and their significance is illustrated. Also examined are the neglected aspects of government policy in shaping these relationships and how the Aborigines resisted government attempts to regulate their employment.|
|Keywords:||Aboriginal employment; Grazing; Aboriginal history|
|Rights:||Copyright status unknown|
|Appears in Collections:||History publications|
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