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P R E FA C E
1 IllustratedLondonNews,26January1850,53.Crombie,‘‘AustraliaFelix’’;Crom-
bie,‘‘TheSorcerer’sMachine.’’
2 Barwick, RebellionatCoranderrk,9–15.
3 The quotation is taken from William Thomas’s Quarterly Report of Novem-
ber1844,qtd.on60.Christie, AboriginesinColonialVictoria;Barwick,‘‘ALittle
MoreThanKin,’’27–38;Rowley, DestructionofAboriginalSociety,53–63.
4 ReportoftheSelectCommitteeoftheLegislativeCouncilontheAborigines,iv.
5 Barwick,‘‘ALittleMoreThanKin,’’73–74.
6 Parker,‘‘TheAboriginesofAustralia,’’28.
7 Qtd.inWalker,ComeWind,ComeWeather,212.
I N T R O D U C T I O N : C O L O N I A L I S M , P H O T O G R A P H Y, M I M E S I S
1 Imperial College London, Special Collections, Huxley Manuscripts, vol. 15,
Notes and Correspondence, Anthropology, vol. 1, f. 117, copy, letter from
Robert Brough Smyth to Chief Secretary, 17 May 1870, Office of the Cen-
tral Board for Aborigines, Melbourne. Difficulties of photographing naked
natives—willonlyphotographwillingsubjects;hisownforthcomingbookon
Aborigines;etc.
2 Smyth, Aboriginesof Victoria.
3 Charnay,‘‘Rapportssurunemission,’’148–49.TheMuséedel’HommeinParis
todayholdsthirty-nineimages:accessionnumbers1998-14020-29and14038-39.
4 Ibid.,148.
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