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Aboriginal History Journals

Since 1977 the journal Aboriginal History has pioneered interdisciplinary historical studies of Australian Aboriginal people’s and Torres Strait Islander’s interactions with non-Indigenous peoples. It has promoted publication of Indigenous oral traditions, biographies, languages, archival and bibliographic guides, previously unpublished manuscript accounts, critiques of current events, and research and reviews in the fields of anthropology, archaeology, sociology, linguistics, demography, law, geography and cultural, political and economic history.

All links are to The Australian National University Website.

From there you can download for Free each journal….Some are hugh downloads.

All are excellant works,with multiple insights into Aboriginal History.

Please observe copyright and terms and conditions.

Each journal is Free to download for personnel use.

b-thumb-ab38 Volume 38

  • Preliminary pages
  • Preface – Shino Konishi     

Special Section: Western Australian Aboriginal History

  • Kooral Dwonk-katitjiny (listening to the past): Aboriginal language, songs and history in south-western Australia – Clint Bracknell
  • ‘Keep the magistrates straight’: Magistrates and Aboriginal ‘management’ on Australia’s north-west frontiers, 1883–1905 – Amanda Nettelbeck
  • This man’s tracks: Laurie O’Neill and post-war changes in Aboriginal Administration in Western Australia – Anne Scrimgeour
  • The ‘allurements of the European presence’: Examining explanations of Wongatha behaviour in the northern Goldfields of Western Australia – Craig Muller

Articles

  • From ‘Miss Dalrymple’ to ‘Daring Dolly’: A life of two historiographical episodes – Nicholas Dean Brodie
  • Infanticide at Port Phillip: Protector William Thomas and the witnessing of things unseen – Marguerita Stephens
  • ‘Socialist paradise’ or ‘inhospitable island’? Visitor responses to Palm Island in the 1920s and 1930s  – Toby Martin
  • Aboriginal military service and assimilation – Noah Riseman

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  • Preliminary pages
  • Preface

Articles

  1. Imperial literacy and indigenous rights: Tracing transoceanic circuits of a modern discourse – Tracey Banivanua Mar
  2. Encountering Aboriginal knowledge: Explorer narratives on north-east Queensland, 1770 to 1820 – Michael Davis
  3. ‘Black Velvet’ and ‘Purple Indignation’: Print responses to Japanese ‘poaching’ of Aboriginal women – Liz Conor
  4. Awabakal voices: The life and work of Percy Haslam – John Maynard

Notes and Docs

  1. The Aboriginal people in Sydney as seen by Eugène Delessert, December 1844 to August 1845 – Colin Dyer

Obituary

  1. Challenging the moral issues of his time: Proud Ngarrindjeri man of the Coorong, Thomas Edwin Trevorrow (1954–2013) – Karen Hughes
  • Book Reviews
  • Contributors
  • Information for authors
  • Aboriginal History Monograph Series

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Aboriginal History volume 36  Volume 36 

  • Preliminary
  • Preface
  • Dick Barwick: An appreciation from the Aboriginal History Board
  1. Assimilation discourses and the production of Ella Simon’s Through My Eyes Jennifer Jones
  2. Food and governance on the frontiers of colonial Australia and Canada’s North West Territories Amanda Nettelbeck and Robert Foster
  3. ‘Battlin’ for their rights’: Aboriginal activism and the Leper Line Anne Scrimgeour
  4. ‘What a howl there would be if some of our folk were so treated by an enemy’: The evacuation of Aboriginal people from Cape Bedford Mission, 1942 Jonathan Richards
  5. ‘We are Lutherans from Germany’: Music, language, social history and change in Hopevale Muriel Swijghuisen Reigersberg
  6. The founding of Aboriginal History and the forming of Aboriginal history Bain Attwood
  • Book Reviews
  • Contributors
  • Information for authors
  • Aboriginal History Monograph Series

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AH35 Volume 35 

  • Preliminary Pages
  • Preface
  1. Red coat, blue jacket, black skin: Aboriginal men and clothing in early New South Wales Grace Karskens
  2. Making history: Torres Strait Islander railway workers and the 1968 Mt Newman track-laying record Leah Lui-Chivizhe
  3. The stolen veteran: institutionalisation, military service, and the Stolen Generations Noah Riseman
  4. The Convincing Ground Aboriginal massacre at Portland Bay, Victoria: fact or fiction? Ian D Clark

Special section: Indigenous Australian and Asian histories

  • Introduction Peta Stephenson and Christine Choo
  1. The view from Marege’: Australian knowledge of Makassar and the impact of the trepang industry across two centuries Campbell Macknight
  2. ‘The privilege of employing natives’: the Quan Sing affair and Chinese-Aboriginal employment in Western Australia, 1889–1934 Victoria Haskins
  3. A double exile: Filipino settlers in the outer Torres Strait islands, 1870s–1940s Anna Shnukal
  4. Indigenous Australian-Indonesian intermarriage: negotiating citizenship rights in twentieth-century Australia Julia Martínez
  • Book Reviews
  • Contributors
  • Information for Authors
  • Aboriginal History Monograph Series

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Volume 34

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  • Preliminary Pages
  • Preface
  1. Why didn’t you listen: white noise and black history Mitchell Rolls
  2. Controlling marriages: Friedrich Hagenauer and the betrothal of Indigenous Western Australian women in colonial Victoria Felicity Jensz
  3. Shamrock Aborigines: the Irish, the Aboriginal Australians and their children Ann McGrath
  4. Defining disease, segregating race: Sir Raphael Cilento, Aboriginal health and leprosy management in twentieth century Queensland Meg Parsons
  5. Their Darkest Hour: the films and photographs of William Grayden and the history of the ‘Warburton Range controversy’ of 1957 Pamela Faye McGrath and David Brooks
  6. A short history of the 1948 Arnhem Land Expedition Martin Thomas
  7. Aboriginal Enterprises: negotiating an urban Aboriginality Sylvia Kleinert
  8. ‘It will enlarge the ideas of the natives’: Indigenous Australians and the tour of Prince Alfred, Duke of Edinburgh Jessie Mitchell
  9. The etymology of Coober Pedy, South Australia Petter Naessan
  • Book Reviews
  • Contributors
  • Information for Authors
  • Aboriginal History Monograph Series
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AH33 Volume 33 

Aboriginal History Journal Volume 32

Aboriginal History Journal Volume 31 

Aboriginal History Volume 2 Volume 30 

Aboriginal History Journal Volume 29

Aboriginal History Volume 2 Volume 28 

Aboriginal History Journal Volume 27 

Aboriginal History Journal Volume 26 

Aboriginal History Journal Volume 25 

Aboriginal History Journal Volume 24 

Aboriginal History Journal Volume 23 

Aboriginal History Journal Volume 22 

Aboriginal History JournalVolume 21

Aboriginal History Journal Volume 20 

Aboriginal History Journal Volume 19 

Aboriginal History Journal Volume 18 

Aboriginal History Journal Volume 17 

Aboriginal History Journal Volume 16

Aboriginal History Journal Volume 15

Aboriginal History JournalVolume 14

Aboriginal History JournalVolume 13

Aboriginal History Journal Volume 12

Aboriginal History JournalVolume 11

Aboriginal History Journal Volume 10

Aboriginal History JournalVolume 9

Aboriginal History JournalVolume 8

Aboriginal History JournalVolume 7

Aboriginal History JournalVolume 6

Aboriginal History JournalVolume 5

Aboriginal History JournalVolume 4

Aboriginal History JournalVolume 3

Aboriginal History Journal Volume 2

Aboriginal History Volume 2Volume 1

Interesting Documentations of Capt Cook and others

http://www.migrationheritage.nsw.gov.au/exhibition/objectsthroughtime-history/about-objects-through-time/

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