explorers of the Moreton Bay District, 1770-1830

by J. G. Steele

Publisher: University of Queensland Press in St. Lucia, Q

Written in English
Published: Pages: 386 Downloads: 932
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  • Moreton region, Australia -- Discovery and exploration,
  • Moreton region, Australia -- History -- Sources
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LC ClassificationsDU280 M7 S8
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Pagination386p.
Number of Pages386
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Open LibraryOL21384279M

1. John Steele, Explorers of the Moreton Bay District – (St Lucia: University of Queensland Press, ), 13– 2. Jay Hall, “Sitting on the Crop of the Bay: An historical and archaeological sketch of Aboriginal settlement and subsistence in Moreton Bay, southeast Queensland” in Coastal Archaeology in Eastern Australia. At this point it appears that European history proceeded, with a gun pointed at an aboriginal's back. The account from "The Explorers of the Moreton Bay District ", J. G. Steele, goes on: "While this was transacting, the major part of the natives were observing Mr Flinders' motions with much unconcern. Steele, J.G. (). The Explorers of the Moreton Bay District University of Queensland Press, St Lucia. Steele, J.G. (). Aboriginal Pathways in South East Queensland and the Richmond River. University of Queensland Press, St Lucia. Strange, F. (). The Moreton Bay . STEELE, J. G. The Explorers of the Moreton Bay District, Reprint. St. Lucia: University of Queensland Press. Pp. $ FRANCE COMPtRE, MARIE-MADELEINE and DOMINIQUE JULIA. Les Col-leges Fran(ais: 16e siecles. Volume 1, France du Midi. Paris: Institut National de Recherche P&dagogique and.

The Berlin. The Berlin Jewish Community Enlightenment, Family, And Crisis, Enlig For Sale Online. $ Reference books available online Fort Bribie - defending Brisbane in WWII: A Story Map. Explore the fort when it was operational digitally via imagery, GIS mapping and 3D rendered modelling provided by Queensland National Park rangers. The explorers of the Moreton Bay District, St. Lucia, Qld.: University of Queensland Press. Mount Barney is a mountain within the Scenic Rim Region in south-east Queensland, Australia. It lies approximately kilometres (81 mi) south-west of Brisbane, not far from the Queensland - New South Wales border, and forms part of the McPherson is a popular destination for bushwalkers and campers. Mount Barney is the sixth or seventh highest mountain in Queensland and is often Coordinates: 28°17′S °42′E / . The European exploration of Australia first began in February , when Dutch navigator Willem Janszoon landed in Cape York Peninsula and on October that year when Spanish explorer Luís Vaz de Torres sailed through, and navigated, Torres Strait islands. Twenty-nine other Dutch navigators explored the western and southern coasts in the 17th century, and dubbed the continent New Holland.

  Stony, good land, about three miles to the south-east of the entrance in to the inlet we had examined, and round which is a shoal inlet (Cabbage Tree Creek). Plenty of fresh water and grass”. (Steele, J.G. Explorers of the Moreton Bay District , St. . The falls are part of the Scenic Rim and are located near the town of falls descend 38 metres ( ft) from the McPherson Range near Wilsons Peak, north of the Queensland/New South Wales border. The falls may be viewed via accessing a sealed road up the range towards Teviot Gap, also known as The on: Darling Downs, Queensland, Australia.

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(John Gladstone), Subjects Moreton Bay Region (Qld.) - Discovery and exploration.; Explorers - Queensland - Moreton Bay region.; Cunningham, Allan. Summary Includes descriptions relating to John Oxley and the cutter The Mermaid. Home / Australian History / The Explorers of the Moreton Bay District The Explorers of the Moreton Bay District $ In stock.

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[8] 'Oxley's Field Books: 3 rd December '. Reproduced in Steele, J G, The Explorers of the Moreton Bay districtUniversity of Queensland Press, St Lucia, p (This is the earliest map featuring part of Yeronga. The military chap is Governor Brisbane.). sources and references.

Perry, W. Lieutenant-General Sir John Dudley Lavarack. Victorian Historical Society Journal, Mayfrom p. Steele, J.G. The Explorers of the Moreton Bay District. Thomas Pamphlett (?–), sometimes Pamphlet, also known as James Groom, was a convict in colonial is best known for his time as a castaway in the Moreton Bay area, halfway up the eastern coast of Australia, in He was marooned with two others, Richard Parsons and John Finnegan, until rescued by explorer John Oxley on HMS Mermaid on 29 November of that year.

Books By John Gladstone Steele All by John Gladstone Steele Hardcover. $ The explorers of the Moreton Bay District, Jan 1, by John Gladstone Steele Hardcover.

$ Paperback. $ The Brisbane River. Steele JG. The Explorers of Moreton Bay District University of Queensland Press, St Lucia; Kemp J, Olley JM, Ellison T, McMahon J.

River response to European settlement in the subtropical Brisbane River, Australia. Anthropocene. ‘Local Intelligence’, Moreton Bay. The Explorers of the Moreton Bay District University of Queensland Press. Davie, P et al; The Brisbane River - a Sourcebook for the Future.

Australian Littoral Society, Queensland Museum. Prepared by Ed Parker Rev Written: 27 Dec Updated: 25 Sep Content re-located to present site: 24 Sep Steele JG. The Explorers of the Moreton Bay District, – University of Queensland Press, St.

Lucia pp. Kemp J, Olley J, Ellison T, McMahon J. River response to European settlement in the subtropical Brisbane River, Australia. Anthropocene. ; Shaw J. Land degradation in the Lockyer catchment. Statement of the origin, condition and prospects of the German mission to the Aborigines at Moreton Bay.

Published St. Lucia, Queensland: University of Queensland Press, [].The Explorers of the Moreton Bay District – (Brisbane: University of Queensland Press, ), 9 Watson ‘Clearing the Scrubs’, 10 Maryborough Chronicle.

The Explorers Of The Moreton Bay District, avg rating — 0 ratings — published — 2 editions Want to Read saving /5. I have generally quoted Olxey’s field book from the transcription in J.G. Steele’s The Explorers of the Moreton Bay District (University of Queensland Press, ), which is much easier than deciphering Oxley’s handwriting from the digital reproduction available.

Olxey’s field book can be viewed online at the State Library of New South Wales website (ML C), but it is much easier to read the transcription in J.G.

Steele’s The Explorers of the Moreton Bay District (University of Queensland Press, ). ↩ Condon, Matthew (), Brisbane, University of NSW Press: Sydney, p ↩. The Explorers of the Moreton Bay District, – (St Lucia: University of Queensland Press, ), 59– 16 Evans, R., ‘ Early Racial Contact and Conflict on Stradbroke Island ’, in Ganter, R.

(ed.), Whose Island?Author: Raymond Evans. The John Oxley Memorial was erected in September to commemorate the centenary of the establishment of the Moreton Bay penal colony in Its site, evidently based on information available at the time, was the subject of dispute in the latter half of the twentieth century.

In late August, early September John Oxley (Surveyor General) had set forth from Sydney on the brig “Amity.

The river in its role as highway greatly influenced the shape of the city of Brisbane. In a hot, humid climate a spread of settlement from north to south along the wide, curving coast of Moreton Bay would seem appropriate; developing the convict settlement port at Dunwich on North Stradbroke Island into a Manhattan on Moreton Bay scarcely less so.

The two islands, North and South Stradbroke Island, shelter the mainland and the adjacent islands of Moreton Bay from the full force of the Pacific Ocean. Find out about the history of the Gold Coast suburb named South Stradbroke Island.

Steele, J.G. The Explorers of the Moreton Bay District – St Lucia: University of Queensland. John Oxley’s field book from the expedition is reproduced in J.G.

Steele’s The Explorers of the Moreton Bay Districtpublished in by University of Queensland Press, St Lucia. All further references to Oxley’s visit are based on this : Angus Veitch.

Explorers of the Moreton Bay District (UQP), Brisbane Town in Convict Days (UQP). Conrad Martens in Queensland (UOP ), and The Brisbane River, as well as many articles in historical, scientific, and religious journals. Jacket design by Christopher Mc Vinish ISBN 0 6 UQP ABORIGINAL PATHWAYS.

Steele, J.G. () The Explorers of the Moreton Bay District Published by University of Queensland Press,reprinted Steele, J.G. () Aboriginal Pathways in Southeast Queensland and the Richmond River. be found in Steele, J. G.,The explorers of the Moreton Bay district, (University of Queensland Press, St.

Lucia), p. 9. 5 Log of the Frigate Rainbow, 20 August 6 Cunningham, A.,‘A report [to General Darling] of observations made during the progress of a late tour, on the face of the country, lying between.Estimated delivery dates - opens in a new window or tab include seller's handling time, origin postcode, destination postcode and time of acceptance and will depend on postage service selected and receipt of cleared payment - opens in a new window or ry times may vary, especially during peak periods.Issuu is a digital publishing platform that makes it simple to publish magazines, catalogs, newspapers, books, and more online.

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