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Bennelong: The coming in of the Eora, Syndney Cove 1788-1792

Bennelong: The coming in of the Eora, Syndney Cove 1788-1792 by Keith Vincent Smith, ISBN: 9780731809691
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ISBN: 9780731809691
Publisher: Viacom
Published: April 2001
Format: Paperback
Links Australian Libraries (Trove)

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Bennelong: The coming in of the Eora, Syndney Cove 1788-1792

Biography of Bennelong (c1764-1813), a Sydney Aboriginal man who was kidnapped by Governor Phillip in 1789 and subsequently lived within both the European and Aboriginal cultures. Reveals Bennelong as a clever politician playing a double game between his people and Phillip. Recounts his leadership of a resistance movement against the European invaders, culminating in an unwritten peace 'treaty' in 1790. Includes map, illustration, appendix, notes, bibliography and index. Author worked on the 'Sydney Morning Herald' and the 'Australian' and was a correspondent for Australian Associated Press in London, Saigon and Sydney. Previous titles include 'King Bungaree'.

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