The Wathawurrung people's encounters with outside forces 1797 -1849 : a history of conciliation and conflict
Aboriginal people, gold, tourism : The benefits of inclusiveness for goldfields tourism in regional Victoria
Dallong : Possum skin rugs
Black gold : A history of the role of Aboriginal people on the goldfields of Victoria, 1850-70
Finders not keepers : Aboriginal people on the goldfields of Victoria
The case of Peter Mungett : Born out of the allegiance of the Queen, belonging to a sovereign and independent tribe of Ballan
‘An edifying spectacle’ : A history of ‘tourist corroborees’ in Victoria, Australia, 1835–1870
Are you off to the Diggings?': Aboriginal guiding to and on the goldfields
"Devil been walk about tonight - not devil belonging to blackfellow, but white man devil. Methink Burke and Wills cry out tonight " What for whitefellow not send horses and grub?" An exmination of Aboriginal oral traditions of colonial explorers.
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