Indigenous heritage at Australia's northern and western pastoral frontiers
On the pastoral frontiers of northern and western Australia, generations of entangled lives of Aboriginal people with newcomers from Europe and Asia has created distinctive and sometimes difficult forms of Indigenous and historic heritage. Our paper draws on two case studies to explore some of these hidden aspects of pastoral heritage in remote and outback Australia.
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