The Aborigines : their present conditions as seen in northern South Australia, the Northern Territory, northwest Australia, and western Queensland

Love, J. R. B. (James Robert Beattie) and Presbyterian Church of Australia. Board of Missions The Aborigines : their present conditions as seen in northern South Australia, the Northern Territory, northwest Australia, and western Queensland. Melbourne: Arbuckle, Waddell and Fawckner, 1915.

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Author Love, J. R. B. (James Robert Beattie)
Presbyterian Church of Australia. Board of Missions
Title The Aborigines : their present conditions as seen in northern South Australia, the Northern Territory, northwest Australia, and western Queensland
Place of Publication Melbourne
Publisher Arbuckle, Waddell and Fawckner
Publication year 1915
Sub-type Other
Open Access Status File (Publisher version)
Series Archive CD Books Australia collection
Language eng
Total number of pages 62
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Foreword

The Board of Missions of the Presbyterian Church of Australia has sincere pleasure in issuing this Report, and is convinced that it will do much to arouse interest in the cause of our aboriginal tribes in Australia, and to deepen that interest among those who already have the welfare of the aborigines at heart. It embodies the results of two years of travel and investigation into the condition of the natives of unfrequented regions, by Mr. J. R. B. Love, a son of the manse and student from South Australia. Mr. Love carried his helpful work through without financial aid of any kind from the Church. The cost of printing the Report has been generously borne by R. Barr Smith, Esq., of South Australia. To him and to Mr. Love the Board of Missions tenders hearty thanks on behalf of te Church.



Keyword Aboriginal Australians -- Social conditions
Q-Index Code AX
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status Unknown
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