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The last of the Tasmanians [by] David Davies
Bib ID 177107
Format BookBook
Author
Davies, David Michael, 1929-
 
Description [London] Muller [1973] 
284 p. illus. 24 cm. 
ISBN 0584101511
Summary

Plagiarized with slight modernization of style, from J. Bonwicks The Last of the Tasmanians, 1870, which see for complete annotation; Davies has added a new concluding chapter, Origins of the Tasmanians in which he argues the possibility that Tasmanians represented a separate human species and for a multiple cradleland theory in which the various races are believed to have; New Appendix; Extract from Mrs. C. Merediths My Home in Tasmania, 1852.

Notes

Bibliography: p. [275]-277.

Subjects Ethnology -- Tasmania.  |  Aboriginal Tasmanians -- Government relations.  |  Tasmania (Tas)
Available From L.3.95 

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