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Language of the aborigines of the Colony of Victoria and other Australian districts

Daniel Bunce

Language of the aborigines of the Colony of Victoria and other Australian districts

with parallel translations and familiar specimens in dialogue, as a guide to aboriginal protectors and others engaged in ameliorating their condition

by Daniel Bunce

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Published by T. Brown in Geelong .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Daniel Bunce.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMLCS 82/7307
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 60 p. ; 18 cm.
Number of Pages60
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3084284M
LC Control Number82185501

  Warragul is a provincial town in West Gippsland. According to Bunce's Language of the Aborigines of the Colony of Victoria () Warragul is an Aboriginal word meaning ferocious or wild. The area was densely forested with swamps to the east and west. It was before a track was cut from Melbourne to Gippsland, skirting north of the swampy ://   In the report of another Assistant-Protector, Mr. Parker, the names of 43 aboriginals murdered by whites in one of the northern districts, from till , were given. The superintendent of the Wesleyan Mission to the aborigines, the Rev. Mr. Hirst, writes:—"There is something peculiar in the case of the Tantgort ://

Victoria. Aborigines Welfare Board. (). Report of the Aborigines Welfare Board. MLA Citation. Victoria. Aborigines Welfare Board. Report of the Aborigines Welfare Board Australian/Harvard Citation. Victoria. Aborigines Welfare Board. , Report of the Aborigines Australian Colonies Government Act receives royal assent in Britain on 5 August, providing for the separation from NSW of the Port Phillip District, to be known as Victoria (as well as for the eventual self government of the Australian colonies). The Port Phillip District officially becomes the colony of Victoria on 1 July. Charles La  › Home › Research Guides › Victoria's early history,

The Corpus of Australian Contact History and Ethnography (CACHE) is a work-in-progress tool for performing constrained searches on all digitised documents that concern interactions between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people from to These include everything from ship's logs and explorer diaries, to ethnographies, newspaper articles, letters and police :// Daniel Bunce [], Language of the Aborigines of the Colony of Victoria and other Australian Districts, with parallel Translations and familiar specimens in Dialogue Show 11 more like this [New South Wales - Electoral History]


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Second edition. Geelong, Thomas Brown, ['second' but actually the third edition]/ / Full text of "Language of the aborigines of the Colony of Victoria and other Australian districts: with parallel translations and familiar specimens in dialogue, as a guide to aboriginal protectors and others engaged in ameliorating their condition" See other formats 51 L-;' UC-NRLF II III j& III 11 8 *B 3fll 43D LANGUAGE V.

J* -:> 1* i> *   LANGUAGE OF THE ABORIGINES OF THE COLONY VICTORIA. This vocabulary, compiled by the late Daniel Bunce, Esq" English- Native "--is now arranged for greater convenience in a new form-" Native- English." Mr.

Bunce was a careful and conscientious observer, and, on the whole, his vocabulary is very :// Language of the aborigines of the Colony of Victoria and other Australian districts - D.

Bunce () Lawrence Struilby, or, Observations and experiences during twenty-five years of bush-life in Australia - J. Graham () Letters from Victorian pioneers, being a series of papers on the early occupation of the colony, the aborigines, etc.

() Bunce, D. Language of the Aborigines of the Colony of Victoria and Other Australian Districts, Thomas Brown, Geelong. Clark, I.D. Aboriginal Languages and Clans, an historical atlas of western and central Victoria, –, Monash Publications in Geography, No.

34, Department of Geography, Monash University, ?page=   Boonwurrung (also anglicised as Bunurong, Bun wurrung, among other spellings) is an indigenous Australian language traditionally spoken by the Boonwurrung people of the Kulin Nation of Central Victoria prior to European last remaining traditional native speakers died in the early 20th century, however there is an active revival movement underway in the Boonwurrung Castles, Alex C.

An Australian Legal History, The Law Book Company Limited, Sydney. Castles, Alex C. and Michael C. HarrisLawmakers and Wayward Whigs: Government and Law in South Australia, –, Wakefield Press, Adelaide. Clyne, RobertColonial Blue: A History of the South Australian Police Force, Wakefield Press ?page=7.

The inhabitants of this country are the miserablest people in the world. The Hodmadods of Monomatapa, though a nasty people, yet for wealth are gentlemen to these; who have no houses and skin garments, sheep, poultry, and fruits of the earth, ostrich eggs, etc., as the Hodmadods have; and setting aside their human shape, they differ but little from brutes.

they are tall, straight-bodied and Australian Aborigine. The Australian aboriginal and the Christian church - H. Pitts (). Outlines of a grammar, vocabulary, and phraseology, of the aboriginal language of South Australia -   The state of Victoria was originally home to many indigenous nations that had occupied the land for tens of thousands of years.

According to Gary Presland Aborigines have lived in Victoria for ab years, living a semi-nomadic existence of fishing, hunting and gathering, and farming eels.

At the Keilor Archaeological Site a human hearth excavated in was radiocarbon-dated to about   Charles Joseph La Trobe arrived in the Port Phillip District in October he believed emphatically in a dual approach to improving conditions for those Aboriginal people who were suffering as a result of European settlement.

A Colonial Office appointment, La Trobe agreed with the British Secretary of State for War and the Colonies, Lord John Russell, that it was the government’s ‘sacred Focusing on the six decades that German Moravian missionaries worked in the British colony of Victoria, Australia, this book enriches understanding of colonial politics and the role of the non-British other in manipulating practice and policy in foreign ://?language=en.

This work is conducted in memory and respectfully honours the First Australian People, the Aboriginal People of this land. Acknowledgement: The is the full transcription of N.S.W. Legislative Council Committee – Select Committee on the Condition of the Aborigines.

Thank you to our volunteer Mr Peter Trenbath and staff member Ms Karen Moller   favourably. In Captain William Dampier's book, published in St, Paul's Churchyard, London inhe describes his visit to the North Western coasts and quaintly calls the aborigines "The poor winking people of New Holland." In another part of his work they are declared to be "the miserablest people in the world." To shew his very poor opinion A must for any Australian interested in where we came from.

Excellent book written in the language of the time. Read also William Buckleys account of the first settlement in Victoria and his 32 years with the aborigines. Read more. 4 people found this helpful. ://   From terra nullius to Mabo. Janu ; Written by: The AIM Network 4 Replies; Image from Category: AIM Extra permalink; The AIM Network ; Part Three of a history of European occupation, rule, and brutal imperialism of Indigenous Australia, by Dr George Venturini.

From terra nullius to Mabo. It was only the Mabo judgment which finally freed the continent of. Sandbooli Jo the (Eolonir of fiiijoiiiii. POSITION AND AREA. 1. Victoria, so named after Her Most Gracious Majesty, Position, although the smallest, is probably the richest and most prosperous of the various colonies situated on the Australian Continent, of which it occupies the south-eastern ://Fifty-one aborigines killed at the Fighting Hills.

A harem of gins. Mr. Lewis speared. Wannon country. Letter from Charles Wale Sherard, Creswick Creek - Country on the road to Melbourne from the eastern head of Western Port Bay.

Letter from Thomas Learmonth, Buninyong - First occupation of the Barwon, Moorabool, Buninyong, and Mount Emu ://'Australian Aborigines: The Language and Customs of Several Tribes of Aborigines in the Western District of Victoria' was written by James Dawson in order to inform people of the history, customs and languages of some of the groups of Aborigines in the Western Districts of Victoria.

Containing over 20 chapters, the book includes information  › Home › Australia › Victoria.