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Title Charles Throsby: Correspondence and Journals of Exploration: Relating his expeditions to establish the conditions in the Outback with a view to settlement and farming. Includes contact and relations with Aborigines
Section Section I: Cultural Contacts, 1492-1969
Date 1810-1821
Document Type Manuscript, Diary, Correspondence
Library State Records New South Wales
Reference Special Bundles 9/2743
Region Australasia
Names Charles Throsby, Governor Macquarie (frames 71, 77, 91, 106, 120, 130, 136, 140, 146, 149, 151, 154, 165, 167-176, 180, 195), Mr Mechan (31, 123, 130, 133, 137, 143, 147, 199), Joseph Wild, William Sly, Bundles (17), Broughton (17, 77), Tinnelong (24, 25, 35, 36), Homney (29), Turong (31), Coocoogoing (80, 89, 92), Dud (80, 92), Bian (80, 82), Mr Broughton (126, 128, 140, 152), Joseph Wild (142, 149, 162, 171, 188), Goohoogong (154)
Places New Holland, Australia, Sydney (frames 14, 151, 165), New South Wales (171), Outback, Boomboong (19), Calooringen Hill (20, 38, 81, 106), Jarvis's Bay (22, 23, 30, 32, 34, 36, 123, 124, 126, 127, 130, 133), Port Jackson (23), River Macquarie (24, 86), Liverpool Gaol (77), Borraburrah (87), Bathurst (88, 112, 120), Shoals Haven River (123, 124, 126, 199), Glenfield (136, 140, 146, 149, 151, 154)
Topics letters, journal, Colonial Secretary's papers, exploration, quality of terrain and vegetation for establishment of farms and towns, supplies (frames 16, 34), surveys (18, 22), indigenous peoples, Australian Aborigines (24, 32, 35, 74, 88), relationship between settlers and Aborigines (136, 140, 148), laws regarding Aborigines (24, 29, 77, 89), attacks on Aborigines (89, 137), racism, racial hostility from settlers (89, 136, 140), use of military to control Aborigines (136), reward for conduct of Aborigines (92), institutions for Aborigines (89), Aboriginal guides (84, 126), expenses, land rights, government appointments and boundaries (165, 171, 175), land survey (180), cattle rights (186), crime and punishment (187, 195), prostitution (189), sexual relations
Copyright State Records New South Wales