The lives of stories : three Aboriginal-settler friendships
The Lives of Stories traces three stories of Aboriginal-settler friendships that intersect with the ways in which Australians remember founding national stories, build narratives for cultural revival, and work on reconciliation and self-determination. These three stories, which are still being told...
ANU Press and Aboriginal History Inc.
|Series:||Aboriginal history monograph series
|Collection:||JSTOR Open Access Books - Collection details see MPG.ReNa|
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 233-263)
- The Life and Adventures of James Morrill. Crossing there and back, living to tell a tale
- Becoming first white resident
- Ways of knowing the Burdekin
- Part 2: The Many Truths of Bennelong's Tragedy. Bennelong's rise and fall
- History, tragedy and truth in Bennelong's story
- Ambassador between the present and the past
- Part 3: Friendship Beyond the Grave. A family heirloom
- At the confluence of two stories
- Friendship and the grave
- Conclusion: Living Histories, Living Stories