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Aboriginal - Dutch relations in North Queensland, 1606 -1756

@inproceedings{Loos1974AboriginalD,
  title={Aboriginal - Dutch relations in North Queensland, 1606 -1756},
  author={N. Loos},
  year={1974}
}
  • N. Loos
  • Published 1974
  • Geography
  • The Dutch were the first Europeans to leave records of their contacts with the Aborigines of North Queensland which could prove useful to the ethno-historian.' Between 1606 and 1756 there were four known Dutch voyages in which a total of eight ships sailed along the North Queensland coast and made contact with the Aborigines. These encounters with the Aborigines were frequent and often resulted in violent conflict. They helped to give the Aborigines a reputation for aggressiveness and… CONTINUE READING
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