Mari nawi : Aboriginal odysseys 1790-1850 State Library of New South Wales

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State Library of New South Wales
Bungaree, 1780-1830.; 1788-1851; State Library of New South Wales
"Mari Nawi: Aboriginal Odysseys 1790-1850 is the first exhibition in the world to document Aboriginal Australia's colonial maritime history. It provides a new perspective on the impact of European colonisation on Australia's first peoples"--P. [iv].
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2013-06-20 14:53:47.0

Reproduced on page 26 of the exhibition catalogue is:

“A song of the natives of New South Wales”, transcribed from the singing of Bennelong and Yemmerrawanne in London in 1793 and arranged by Edward Jones, Musical Curiosities: or a Selection of the most characteristic national songs and airs […] consisting of Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, Danish, Lapland, Malabar, New South Wales […] (London: Printed for the author, 1811), 15.

2014-08-17 14:25:32.0

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Keith Vincent Smith, “1793: A Song of the Natives of New
South Wales”, eBLJ (Electronic British Library Journal) 2011, Article 14, 1-7:

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