INDEX
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Pagenumbersin italics refertoillustrations.
Aboriginalculture,xiv,xvii,xx,21,
25,26,132,154–55,189–90,191,195,
200,218,224,227–28,230;art,24,
32,67, 68, 119–20;controlof,227–
29;culturalheritage,222,224–25,
228,233,234;andeyecontact,25,
26,243;language,24–25;mimicry,
27,30–31;andnarratives,28,66,67;
non-Aboriginalattitudesto,155–56,
159,161,165,166,187–88,217,221,
227–29;andperformance,24,26,
27–30,66,67,102–3,195, 196,204;
recordingof,89–90;relationships
betweenclans,60,67,231;shaming,
15,25;andvisualpractice,24,28,39,
237,251
Aboriginality,52,178,189,222,225,
226,228,243;debatesover,19,50,
137,174–75;non-Aboriginalcon-
structionsof,122,151,154,215,220,
229,230;stereotypesof,199–200,
221,250;andtheoriesofrace,54,
93–94,100
Aboriginalknowledge,24,27
Aboriginalmissionsandreserves,xiii,
xiv,xvii,xix,171,172,213,241;atti-
tudesofAboriginalresidents,xx;
colonialintentionsfor,xx,10–12,
248;andtraditionalculture,12; see
also CoranderrkAboriginalStation;
LakeTyersAboriginalMission
Aboriginalpeople:children,47, 55,
58,199, 200;conflictbetweenAb-
originalpeople,20;dispossession
of,133–34,140,174;as‘‘dyingrace,’’
xx,90,96,124,139,155–56,164,167,
171,187,189,250;‘‘half-castes,’’xxi,
18,20–21,75,76,123,138,147,149–
50,151,153–54,177,212,218,250;
andidentity,xxii,4,8,11,20,58,
147,199,218,229,230;impacton
andresponsestoEuropeansettle-
ment,xiii,xvii, xviii,xix,xx,xxii,12,
32,43,63,64,124,133–34,159,188,
201,220,241,244,245;‘‘kingsand
queensof Victoria,’’154, 155,156,
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