Addressing the Arrernte: FJ Gillen's 1896 Engwura speech
This paper analyses a speech delivered by Francis James Gillen during the opening stages of what is now regarded as one of the most significant ethnographic recording events in Australian history. Gillen's 'speech' at the 1896 Engwura festival provides a
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