The Black Police of Queensland: Reminiscences of Official Work and Personal Adventures in the Early Days of the Colony
Experiences while serving with Native Mounted Police; p.73; Method of obtaining water from bottle tree; p.111; Description of fishing line and hook; Clashes with natives; p.192; Catching of dugong and turtle in North Queensland.
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Edward B. Kennedy
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