Reminiscences of Thirty Years' Residence in New South Wales and Victoria
Sydney University Press [for] Royal Australian Historical Society, 1974 - Australia - 522 pages
Memoir, 1829-59, of Roger Therry, judge and politician includes general observations on Aboriginal customs; relations between settlers and Aborigines; account of Myall Creek massacre.
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