The Resource Celebrated at first, then implied and finally denied: : the erosion of Aboriginal identity in circus, 1851-1960, Mark Valentine St Leon

Celebrated at first, then implied and finally denied: : the erosion of Aboriginal identity in circus, 1851-1960, Mark Valentine St Leon

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Celebrated at first, then implied and finally denied: : the erosion of Aboriginal identity in circus, 1851-1960
Title
Celebrated at first, then implied and finally denied:
Title remainder
the erosion of Aboriginal identity in circus, 1851-1960
Statement of responsibility
Mark Valentine St Leon
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Overview of Aboriginal performers in circuses from 1859-1960 and the camouflaging of Aboriginality, includes 'Little Nugget', William (Billy) Jones, Mongo Mongo, Combo, Edward Campbell, Alick Orlandi, Robert West and Cornelius 'Con' Colleano; adoption and apprenticeships of children into circuses up to the 1920s
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1952-
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St. Leon, Mark
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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  • Little Nugget
  • Jones, William
  • Mongo Mongo
  • Combo Combo
  • Campbell, Edward
  • Orlandi, Alick
  • West, Robert
  • Colleano, Con
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Celebrated at first, then implied and finally denied: : the erosion of Aboriginal identity in circus, 1851-1960, Mark Valentine St Leon
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 80-81
Label
Celebrated at first, then implied and finally denied: : the erosion of Aboriginal identity in circus, 1851-1960, Mark Valentine St Leon
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 80-81

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      51 Lawson Cres, Acton, ACT, 2601, AU
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