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Early recollections of an old hand in Queensland

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Early recollections of an old hand in Queensland
Title
Early recollections of an old hand in Queensland
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Subject
Summary
Influx of natives to Brisbane in winter time, as native food was scarce, natives traded firewood for food, for charcoal and fish, natives demanded money; native spear blade , charcoal and clay for treating wounds; To the South, Logan tribes; the west, tribes from Ipswich and Helidon; from the north, Bunya Mountains, Mary River natives and Bribie Island natives; Moreton Island natives very athletic, skill in handling boats and as pilots; Natives provided Brisbane Settlement with fresh fish, camping grounds at Yorks Hollow, Shafston and Norman Creek; Yorks Hollow, site of tribal fight, detailed description, evidence of cannibalism
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Porter, James
Date time place
1911
Label
Early recollections of an old hand in Queensland
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Held at: State Library of Queensland, John Oxley Library, Manuscripts and Business Records Collection (QJO)
  • For charcoal and fish, natives demanded money
Control code
M0050589
Extent
18p.
System control number
0072553
Label
Early recollections of an old hand in Queensland
Publication
Note
  • Held at: State Library of Queensland, John Oxley Library, Manuscripts and Business Records Collection (QJO)
  • For charcoal and fish, natives demanded money
Control code
M0050589
Extent
18p.
System control number
0072553

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