Aboriginal Camp Sites Of Greater Brisbane: A Historical Guide
This is the first book of its kind in Australia: a history of Aboriginalcampsites. This is also the first guidebook to the location and features of the numerous Aboriginal camps that flourished in and around Brisbane from convict times to - in some cases - as late as the 1950s. Many of Brisbane’s suburbs trace their names, parks and key events to these former campsites. This book focuses on 15 key areas, and includes a full suburban listing at the back.
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