Colonial Frontiers: Indigenous-European Encounters in Settler Societies
Manchester University Press, Aug 10, 2001 - History - 247 pages
This wide-ranging collection explores the formation, structure, and maintenance of boundaries and frontiers in settler colonies. Looking at cross-cultural interactions in the settler colonies of Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, and America. the contributors illuminate the formation of new boundaries and the interaction between settler societies and indigenous groups.
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Introduction Lynette Russell
The northern Cape frontier zone in South African frontier
temporal frontiers and boundaries
Polynesia and Australia 180050 Anna Johnston
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Central Queensland 184563
the Treaty of Waitangi and
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