4 edition of The Wallabadah manuscript found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Wallabadah manuscript|
|Statement||by William Telfer ; introduction & notes by Roger Milliss.|
|Contributions||Milliss, Roger, 1934-|
|LC Classifications||DU170 T44|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||253 p. :|
|Number of Pages||253|
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English, Book, Illustrated edition: The Wallabadah manuscript: the early history of the northern districts of New South Wales: recollections of the early days / by William Telfer ; introduction & notes by Roger Milliss.
Telfer, William, ca. The Wallabadah manuscript: recollections of the early days: the early history of the northern districts of New South Wales. WIlliam Telfer. New South Wales University Press, - History - pages.
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Milliss. Wallabadah is a town in the New England region of New South Wales, town is located 55 kilometres south of Tamworth on the New England Highway and is in the Liverpool Plains the census, Wallabadah had a population of Population: ( census).
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- The Wallabadah Manuscript Unread post by Dean Harrison» Fri am An interesting recollection from William Telfer Jr. who lived around the Tamworth District in the late 's, which we had on our Site years ago, however seems to have been lost after various upgrades.
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It would be hard to find a more satisfying hero than the young warrior Red Kangaroo, who by his mental and physical prowess became a chief of his tribe - the revered and powerful Red Chief of the Gunnedah district. His story is a first rate tale of adventure but it is something more - a true story handed down from generation to generation by its hero's tribe and given by the last.
Press puts Wallabadah on map For many travellers on the New England Highway the tiny township of Wallabadah would probably pass unnoticed. Few would be aware that it is the location for a fascinating pioneer history now available as The Wallabadah Manuscript script from the NSW University Press.
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Incidents of this kind would have been campfire talk for many years afterwards and the numbers of Aborigines killed may well have been inflated.
Nevertheless, the Wallabadah Manuscript was written by a disinterested party only ten years after the events. The narrative is impressive in its unadorned and dispassionate simplicity. The power of language in Jewish Kabbalah and magic: how to do (and undo) things with words Article by: Agata Paluch By looking into Jewish mystical texts and the use of names in Jewish magic, Dr Agata Paluch considers the use of divine and angelic names to gain special powers, cast magic, or even attain unification with God.The Wallabadah Manuscript: Recollections of the Early Days Telfer, William; Roger Milliss UNSW Press fine fine $65 Donald Thomson in Arnhem Land Thomson, Donald; Nicolas Peterson (comp) Currey O'Neil very good very good $25 Nyungar Tradition: Glimpses of Aborigines of South-Western Australia Nikolai Bukharin has 39 books on Goodreads with ratings.
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