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9780977557226 Friendly Mission: The Tasmanian Journals and Papers of George Augustus Robinson, 1829-1834

<em>Friendly Mission: The Tasmanian Journals and Papers of George Augustus Robinson, 1829-1834</em>

Friendly Mission is an iconic and substantial chronicle of George Augustus Robinson’s travels and encounters with the first Tasmanians. Employed by Lieutenant-Governor Arthur to round-up and persuade troublesome Aborigines to resettle on Flinders Island, under restraint, Robinson thought of himself as the ‘conciliator’, and humanitarian protector of the aborigines who ultimately felt betrayed by him. A priceless treasure trove of extensive diary entries detail Robinson’s account of the times.

Edited by:  NJB Plomley

Hardcover 1162 pages
 
Weight: 2.440kg
 

 


Price   $99.95