The Wadjela: A Story based on events in the colony of Western Australia, 1865-66

By: Hugh Morison

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The Wadjela: A Story based on events in the colony of Western Australia, 1865-66 by Hugh Morison
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Access Press, Perth, 2004. 1st edition. Softcover. New Book in new condition/no dustjacket. Edward Clarkson was only twenty-one when he was speared to death by Aborigines. Now Hugh Morison uses this tragic event as the basis to build a narrative following the clash of cultures, Aboriginal and European, in the early days of the Western Australian colony. With compassion and empathy, he identifies the grievances of both cultures, and the helplessness of the original inhabitants to guard themselves against the invaders. One of a limited edition of 500 copies, signed by the author.

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