Early settlers saw Victoria and it’s rolling grasslands as Australia felix – happy south land – a prize left for Englishmen by God. However, for it’s original inhabitants, this country was home and life not to be relinquished without a fierce struggle.
The first history of black-white interaction in Victoria to the present. Aboriginal Victorians traces the story of Aboriginal people through consultation and interviews with Aboriginal communities and families and rich historical research to present a compelling and evenhanded account.
Published by Allen and Unwin, per United Book Distributors