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Bundaberg, from pioneers to prosperity / [by Nev Rackemann ; illustrated by Tom Osborne]
Bib ID 2072176
Format BookBook
Author
Rackemann, Neville
 
Description Bundaberg : Bundaberg City Council, 1992 
vi, 498 p. : ill., maps, ports ; 23 cm. 
ISBN 0646125559
Summary

Chapter 1 entitled "The Burning Mountain and the First People" mentions the Taribaleng people and clans - Barrang, Banjoor, Bunda and Turroine - who lived in the vicinity of Wangora, the burning mountain (The Hummock); various mentions throughout chapter: p. 10 - 13, 29, 31, 32, 40, 47-49, 53 (photograph of Chalire Boreham, King of Bundaberg), 54; Chapter 2 and 3 describe the establishment of the port and the sugar industry; Ceylonese and South Sea Islander labour; Chapter 6 mentions the native police.

Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Subjects Indigenous peoples - Pacific.  |  Language - Vocabulary - Place names.  |  Settlement and contacts - Settlers.  |  Employment - Conditions - Slavery and indentured labour.  |  Taribelang people (E33) (Qld SG56-02)  |  Law enforcement - Police - Native police.  |  Economic sectors - Agriculture and horticulture - Sugar.  |  Bundaberg (Qld.) -- History.  |  Burnett River (SE Qld SG56)  |  Wangora / Sloping Hummock (SE Qld SG56-02)  |  Bundaberg (SE Qld SG56-02)
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245 1 0 |aBundaberg, from pioneers to prosperity /|c[by Nev Rackemann ; illustrated by Tom Osborne].
260 |aBundaberg :|bBundaberg City Council,|c1992.
300 |avi, 498 p. :|bill., maps, ports ;|c23 cm.
504 |aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
520 |aChapter 1 entitled "The Burning Mountain and the First People" mentions the Taribaleng people and clans - Barrang, Banjoor, Bunda and Turroine - who lived in the vicinity of Wangora, the burning mountain (The Hummock); various mentions throughout chapter: p. 10 - 13, 29, 31, 32, 40, 47-49, 53 (photograph of Chalire Boreham, King of Bundaberg), 54; Chapter 2 and 3 describe the establishment of the port and the sugar industry; Ceylonese and South Sea Islander labour; Chapter 6 mentions the native police.
650 7 |aIndigenous peoples - Pacific.|2aiatsiss
650 7 |aLanguage - Vocabulary - Place names.|2aiatsiss
650 7 |aSettlement and contacts - Settlers.|2aiatsiss
650 7 |aEmployment - Conditions - Slavery and indentured labour.|2aiatsiss
650 7 |aTaribelang people (E33) (Qld SG56-02)|2aiatsisl
650 7 |aLaw enforcement - Police - Native police.|2aiatsiss
650 7 |aEconomic sectors - Agriculture and horticulture - Sugar.|2aiatsiss
651 0 |aBundaberg (Qld.)|xHistory.
651 7 |aBurnett River (SE Qld SG56)|2aiatsisp
651 7 |aWangora / Sloping Hummock (SE Qld SG56-02)|2aiatsisp
651 7 |aBundaberg (SE Qld SG56-02)|2aiatsisp
984 |aANL|cN 994.32 R122
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