Campfires at the Cross by Heather Le Griffon

Campfires at the Cross: An Account of the Bunting Dale Aboriginal Mission 1839–1851

Amidst the chaotic displacement of the Aborigines of Victoria’s Western District, Francis Tuckfield and the Mission he served tried to make a difference. A compelling local story, an episode in an unforgettable national history.

What really happened when settler encountered Aborigine in the fertile, coveted Western District of Victoria in the 1830s and 40s. The Bunting Dale mission was an earnest, vigorous attempt by Wesleyan missionaries and colonial government to ameliorate the tragic and often bloody effects of contact.

Australian Scholarly Publishing

ISBN 9781740971126

 

 

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Campfires at the Cross: An Account of the Bunting Dale Aboriginal Mission 1839–1851

Amidst the chaotic displacement of the Aborigines of Victoria’s Western District, Francis Tuckfield and the Mission he served tried to make a difference. A compelling local story, an episode in an unforgettable national history.

What really happened when settler encountered Aborigine in the fertile, coveted Western District of Victoria in the 1830s and 40s. The Bunting Dale mission was an earnest, vigorous attempt by Wesleyan missionaries and colonial government to ameliorate the tragic and often bloody effects of contact.

Australian Scholarly Publishing

ISBN 9781740971126

 

 

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Weight .45 kg
Dimensions 15 × 21 × 2 cm

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