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Author: VICTORIAN PARLIAMENT.
Title: Tenth Report Of The Board For The Protection Of The Aborigines In The Colony Of Victoria.
Description: small folio; pp. 24; several lists; Melbourne, Government Printer, 1874. Several reports to Brough Smythe including how much work at Coranderk that would have cost if performed by white labor 710 pounds and was done by aboriginal labor except for 55 pounds. charts and appendices for many areas including chest diseases, crops, cattle numbers of births, deaths and marriages. Coranderk, Framlingham, Lakes Condah, Tyers and Wellington, Mordialloc and more also includes Account showing Amounts Voted for the Aborigines [farming equipment, food, clothes fencing, food, medical supplies Total cost of Clothing, provisions etc, localities and areas of land reserved for Aboriginal purposes, Return showing the Number of Aborigines Confined in Her Majesty's Gaols and Lock-ups for the Year ending 31st December, 1873. Diana was bitten by a snake but recovered after injection of Ammonia into her left arm.
Keywords: victoria aborigines aboriginal birth death custodial gaol jail
Price: AUD 93.00 = appr. US$ 64.34 Seller: Time Booksellers
- Book number: 69846