Divergent experiences on the frontier: Jews and Aborigines in early colonial Australia

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Australian Jewish Historical Society Journal, 14, 1 (1997)

Author(s) Paul Bartrop AbstractThis article posits that the Jews of the First Fleet, while not legally discriminated against under British law, were yet excluded on the basis of religion in more informal ways, and thus shared some common ground with Aboriginal people in the early years of the Australian colonies. This article compares the experiences of the two groups.
Year1997
Pages23-37
Divergent experiences on the frontier: Jews and Aborigines in early colonial Australia
Divergent experiences on the frontier: Jews and Aborigines in early colonial Australia
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