The buffalo hide industry was prevalent in the Northern Territory from the late nineteenth century to mid-twentieth century. It involved Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal women and men working collectively for white male shooters to exploit feral water buffalo (Bubalus bubalis) primarily for their thick hides. The work was dangerous and labour-intensive and required great skill and courage. Over the nearly eighty years that the industry operated, unique cross-cultural relationships developed...[Show more]
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