Explorer memory and Aboriginal celebrity

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Bishop, Catherine and White, Richard. (2015) Explorer memory and Aboriginal celebrity. In In Shino Konishi, Maria Nugent and Tiffany Shellam (Ed.). pp. 31 - 66 Australian National University Press.
AuthorsBishop, Catherine and White, Richard
EditorsShino Konishi, Maria Nugent and Tiffany Shellam
Abstract

This chapter examines the historical memory and popular celebrity of the Indigenous guides who were acknowledged (and even celebrated) for their contribution to Australian exploration, and who are also reasonably well documented within the archives of exploration.

Page range31 - 66
Year2015
PublisherAustralian National University Press
Place of publicationAustralia
ISBN9781925022766
Web address (URL)http://www.oapen.org/search?identifier=588812
Research GroupSchool of Arts
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