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Seeing the first Australians. by. Donaldson, Ian; Donaldson, Tamsin; Australian National University. The first vol. has title: Australia and the European imagination. Illustrated lining papers.
Seeing the first Australians. Includes bibliographies and index. First sight, Ian Donaldson & Tamsin Donaldson - The first European depictions, Bernard Smith - Reactions on Cook's voyage, Glyndwr Williams - Savage sportsmen, James Urry - The Darwinian perspective, . Mulvaney - Hearing the first Australians, Tamsin Donaldson - Projections of melancholy, Margaret Maynard - Tom Roberts' aboriginal portraits, Helen Topliss - Thomas.
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Peterson, ‘The Popular Image’, in Seeing the First Australians, eds Ian Donaldson & Tamsin Donaldson, Allen .
In addition, a large proportion of Aboriginal deaths – perhaps as many as 2000 – had occurred in conflicts with settlers eager to expand their pastoral holdings.
Ian Stuart Donaldson (11 August 1957 – 24 September 1993), also known as Ian Stuart, was a white supremacy nationalist musician from Poulton-le-Fylde, Lancashire. He was best known as the front-man of Skrewdriver, an English Oi! band which, from 1982 onwards, he rebranded as a white power rock band. He raised money through white power concerts with his Blood and Honour network.
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John Dalgleish Donaldson (born 5 September 1941) is a Scottish-Australian professor and the father of Mary, Crown Princess of Denmark, the wife of the heir apparent to the throne of Denmark, Frederik, Crown Prince of Denmark
John Dalgleish Donaldson (born 5 September 1941) is a Scottish-Australian professor and the father of Mary, Crown Princess of Denmark, the wife of the heir apparent to the throne of Denmark, Frederik, Crown Prince of Denmark. Donaldson was born at Cockenzie and Port Seton, Scotland, the son of Captain Peter Donaldson (1911–1978) and his wife Mary Dalgleish (1914–2002).
Tamsin Jane Donaldson, British linguist, educator. Abortion counselor Women's Liberation Organization, Canberra, 1972-1974.
Academic journal article Australian Aboriginal Studies. Mutawintji Handback, 5 September 1998. Publication date: Fall 1998. Contributors: Donaldson, Tamsin. By Donaldson, Tamsin. Academic journal article Australian Aboriginal Studies. Subjects: Aboriginal Australians.