History of Oceania (South Seas)

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Is That You Ruthie?
University of Queensland Press (2003)

Ruthie is the central character in this lively and candid memoir of institutional life.

Ko Tautoro, Te pito o Toku Ao: A Ngapuhi Narrative
Auckland University Press (2015)

Ngapuhi is the largest iwi in New Zealand, and its people have occupied the northern North Island,...

The Fatal Shore
Random House (2010)

An award-winning epic on the birth of Australia In 1787, the twenty-eighth year of the reign of...

Scars in the Landscape: A register of massacre sites in Western Victoria, 1803-1859

Scars in the Landscape

A register of massacre sites in Western Victoria, 1803-1859

Aboriginal Studies Press (1995)

Scars in the Landscape is a register of massacres and killings of Aboriginal people during...

Treading Lightly: The hidden wisdom of the world's oldest people

Treading Lightly

The hidden wisdom of the world's oldest people

Allen & Unwin (2006)

Australian Aboriginals taught themselves thousands of years ago how to build a sustainable society...

Americanization and Australia
University of NSW Press (1998)

America has been seen by the rest of the world as fulfilling the gleaming promise of modernity and,...

The Biggest Estate on Earth: How Aborigines made Australia

The Biggest Estate on Earth

How Aborigines made Australia

Allen & Unwin (2011)

Explodes the myth that pre-settlement Australia was an untamed wilderness revealing the complex,...

Australia Under Attack: The Bombing of Darwin
New Holland Publishers (Australia) (2005)

The first ever attack on Australia by a foreign power occurred at Darwin on 19 February 1942. To...

Maybe Tomorrow
Allen & Unwin (2010)

From the Aboriginal fringe camps of his birth to the catwalk, basketball court, DJ console and...

Australia's Great Explorers: Tales of Tragedy and Triumph

Australia's Great Explorers

Tales of Tragedy and Triumph

Exisle Publishing (2007)

The often harsh and unforgiving Australian landscape was a far cry from what the early colonisers...