Two expeditions into the interior of southern Australia, during the years 1828, 1829, 1830, and 1831 : with observations on the soil, climate, and general resources of the Colony of New South Wales / by Charles Sturt Sturt, Charles, 1795-1869

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Sturt, Charles, 1795-1869
Subjects
Sturt, Charles, 1795-1869.; Australia - Discovery and exploration.; New South Wales - Discovery and exploration.
Audience
General; Adult
Summary
Encounters with natives; (1). Down Macquarie River, Darling River - natives starving; Advice on how to treat Aborigines (2). Down Murrumbidgee & Murray Rivers; Physical description of natives, eating habits and taboos, population of Murrumbidgee (approx. l00); Natives in diseased condition; Fish nets across the Murray, types of spears; (2d. ed. 1834. 2v.)
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5564922

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