The History of Pastoral Co-existence
The only ‘Aboriginal histories’ known to many Australians are those of fatal frontier conflicts between coloniser and colonised, and of separate, institutionalised lives. Yet, just as our history tore peoples apart, it also drew them together. Through work, domestic and familial relations, Aborigines and other Australians shared the same country, living their lives alongside each other.
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