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Goodbye Bussamarai

Collins, Patrick

Goodbye Bussamarai

the Mandandanji land war, Southern Queensland, 1842-1852

by Collins, Patrick

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Published by University of Queensland Press in St. Lucia, QLD .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Queensland,
  • Australia,
  • Queensland.
    • Subjects:
    • Mandandanji (Australian people) -- History -- 19th century.,
    • Aboriginal Australians -- Australia -- Queensland -- History -- 19th century.,
    • Aboriginal Australians -- Land tenure -- Australia -- Queensland.,
    • Frontier and pioneer life -- Australia -- Queensland.,
    • Queensland -- Race relations.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementPatrick Collins.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDU125.M28 C65 2002
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxix, 305 p. :
      Number of Pages305
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3599851M
      ISBN 100702232939
      LC Control Number2002327758
      OCLC/WorldCa49764070

      A monthly update of new scholarly books from Australian publishers by Diane Carlyle, Nick Walker and David Dunstan AUSTRALIAN HISTORY Goodbye Bussamarai: the Mandandanji Land War, Southern Queensland , by Patrick . Collins, P. (), Goodbye Bussamarai: The Mandandanji land war, Southern Queensland –, Brisbane: University of Queensland Press. Erikson, K. .

      Bussamarai Bussamarai was a resistance leader in southern Queensland who fought to save his people’s land on what is today the border of Queensland and New South Wales. More about his life and struggle can be found in: Collins, Patrick , Goodbye Bussamarai: the Mandandanji Land War South Queensland –52, University of Queensland Press. Goodbye Bussamarai: the Mandandanji Land War, Southern Queensland , UQP Press: St Lucia, Qld. Craze, B. ‘The Wiradjuri Tribe: Aborigines on the Lachlan and their contact with explorers and settlers’ in Armidale and District .

      Mandandanji Mandandanji.   Memorial to Yiman leader Bilba at Wallumbilla (Source: Goodbye Bussamarai) On Octo , a group of Aboriginal Australians, members of a group known as Yiman carried out a massacre: they attacked Hornet Bank Station, a .


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Goodbye Bussamarai by Collins, Patrick Download PDF EPUB FB2

Goodbye Bussamarai is an account by Pat Collins of the Mandandanji Land War and the aboriginal leader Bussamarai. 'Goodbye Bussamarai' is a narrative compiled primarily from original documents.

The text concentrates on the late 's and early 's. The land involved lies between the present day towns of Goondiwindi, Condamine, Miles, Roma, Mitchell, Surat and St George. The story is not a politically correct bashing of white people.

: Goodbye Bussamarai: The Mandandji Land War, Southern Queensland (): Collins, Patrick: BooksAuthor: Patrick Collins. I have just finished reading Goodbye Bussamarai, about how Europeans displaced the Aborigines in the part of Australia I live in. Subtitled less evocatively “The Mandandanji Land War Southern Queensland ”, the book is simultaneously a work of great research, and a difficult, dense and sometimes dull : Derek Barry.

Goodbye Bussamarai: The Mandandanji Land War, Southern Queensland [Paperback] by Collins, Patrick (0) Bussamarai, the most effective military leader of the Mandandanji Aborigines, was summarily executed inmarking the triumph of white settlers over what had been tribal territory.

Veracini, L.'Review of Goodbye Bussamarai: The Mandaranji Land War, Southern Queensland by Patrick Collins', Queensland Review, vol. 9, no. 1, pp. However, the book is not flawless, and often the historical telling is conflated with its sources. Moreover, while Goodbye Bussamarai is somewhat inclined to present a one-sided type of evidence (and fails to interpret Aboriginal agency in terms that are more attuned with the recent historiography on the subject) it relies.

Abstract. Book review of: Patrick Collins. Goodbye Bussamarai: The Mandaranji Land War, Southern Queensland St Lucia: University of Queensland Press. Goodbye Bussamarai: the Mandandanji Land War, Southern Queensland by Patrick Collins, pp, University of Queensland Press,$ Travelling west from Dalby to Charleville along the Warrego Highway, it is tempting to conclude that not much happens in this part of Australia.

The title, Goodbye Bussamarai, refers to a little known figure of history. For most of the book he is one of hundreds of nameless people who lived, fought and died for their land in southern Queensland. The choice of Bussamarai is explained in the introduction.

He was the only named person, white or Indigenous present in the region throughout. Abstract. Review of the book 'Goodbye Bussamarai: the Mandandanji land war, Southern Queensland, ' by Patrick Collins, published by. This is the introduction and bibliography to Goodbye Bussamarai: The Mandandanji Land War.

Southern Queensland, by Patrick Collins. Bussamarai was a. Paperback published March Bussamarai was a personal resistance leader whose influence spread across five aboriginal nations.

Like the legendary Pemulway, Yagan. Goodbye Bussamarai: the Mandandanji Land War South Queensland by Patrick Collins,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Goodbye Bussamarai: The Mandandji Land War Sth Qld by Patrick Collins avg rating — 0 ratings — published Get this from a library.

Goodbye Bussamarai: the Mandandanji land war, Southern Queensland, [Patrick Collins] -- "Bussamarai was a powerful resistance leader whose influence spread across five Aboriginal nations.

Like the legendary Pemulwuy, Yagan or Jandamara, he fought for the survival of his people, the. 27 Collins, P., Goodbye Bussamarai. The Mandandanji Land War, Southern Queensland (St Lucia: University of Queensland Press, ),–51; Lang, G., The Aborigines of Australia, In their Original Condition, and in their Relations with the White Men (Melbourne: Wilson and McKinnon, ).

One claimed descent from Bussamarai and was intrigued by the thought that he might also be descended from Paddy McEnroe, transported appropriately enough in the Friendship. Goodbye Bussamarai: The Mandandanji Land War, Southern QueenslandPatrick Collins.

University of Queensland Press, isbn 0 9, rrp $ Bussamarai was a resistance leader in southern Queensland who fought to save his people’s land on what is today the border of Queensland and New South Wales.

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Details *. Muckadilla, which means “muddy waters” or “murky waters”, is thought to have been the setting where the famous warrior Bussamarai defended Aboriginal land against invading colonists, supported by neighbouring Aboriginal groups in the ‘the Great Land War’ of the mid’s (see for example the book Goodbye Bussamarai by Patrick Collins .Bussamarai was a personal resistance leader whose influence spread across five aboriginal nations.

Like the legendary Pemulway, Yagan or Jandamara, he fought for the survival of his people, the Mandandanji of southern Queensland. Their homeland - - QBD Books - Buy Online for Better Range and Value.

This book isn't the first attempt to identify, and provide a narrative history of, a discrete 'war' in early-mid 19th century southern Queensland; that honour goes to 'Goodbye Bussamarai: The Mandanjani Land War, Southern Queensland, ', by Patrick Collins, published in by the University of Queensland Press.