Race Relations in Australia: A History
Detailed account of the ideology and practice of European racial discrimination against Aborigines, Islanders and Chinese; examines the history of discriminatory legislation and policies in each State during the early colonization period; briefer accounts of the White Australia Policy and the post-war period.
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New South Wales to 1792
New South Wales to 1821
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Aborigines associated attempt Attitudes Australia became British brought century Chinese civilization claims colonists colony colour Commonwealth concern continued convicts December early effect English European evidence experience expressed force frontier given Governor hand History human Ibid idea immigration important Indian industry influence interests Islanders issue Japanese John Journal July labour land later legislation living London major March Melbourne migration Minister mission missionaries murder natives natural numbers Office Pacific party period person political population Port Phillip practice present problems protection Protector Queensland question quoted race racial relations remained reserves responsibility result River savage seen settlement settlers showed social society South Wales station Sydney Territory thought took trade tribe Western White Australia women