A Concise Companion to Aboriginal History by Malcolm Prentis

By Malcolm Prentis

This booklet presents an summary of Australian Aboriginal historical past from production tales concerning the Dreaming via to Aboriginal cultural and political task within the twenty first century. Its alphabetically prepared entries contain biographies, old occasions, pioneering paintings via anthropologists, old controversies, literature and recreation, and a few social matters. Malcolm Prentis has paid a specific recognition to protecting all areas of Australia and the Torres Strait Islands, and all classes of recorded history.

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