George Augustus Robinson and the Documentation of Languages of South-Eastern New South Wales
George Augustus Robinson, best known as the conciliator of Tasmanian Aborigines and Chief Protector of Aborigines in the Port Phillip District (Victoria), has provided major sources of documentation for languages of Victoria and surrounding areas. These have become accessible in recent years through the editing and publication of his journals and vocabulary lists by Ian Clark. This paper studies in particular his materials on the languages of south-eastern New South Wales, describing the...[Show more]
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