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4 - Settler Liberties

from Part I - 1838: The Year of Freedom

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  17 December 2020

Alan Lester
Affiliation:
University of Sussex
Kate Boehme
Affiliation:
University of Leicester
Peter Mitchell
Affiliation:
University of Sussex
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Summary

The Eastern Cape Frontier; colonial Humanitarianism and the Aborigines Committee; Anna Gurney, the Protectorates of Aborigines; the Myall Creek massacre; representative government in Australia and the Cape Colony; reconciling settler colonialism with humanitarianism.

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Ruling the World
Freedom, Civilisation and Liberalism in the Nineteenth-Century British Empire
, pp. 108 - 143
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Print publication year: 2021

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Further Reading

Arkley, L., The Hated Protector: The Story of Charles Wightman Sievwright, Protector of Aborigines 1839–42, Orbit Press, 2000.Google Scholar
Brock, P., Outback Ghettos: A History of Aboriginal Institutionalisation and Survival, Cambridge University Press, 1993.Google Scholar
Curthoys, A., and Mitchell, J., Taking Liberty: Indigenous Rights and Settler Self-Government in Colonial Australia, 1830–1890, Cambridge University Press, 2018.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Elbourne, E., Blood Ground: Colonialism, Missions, and the Contest for Christianity in the Cape Colony and Britain, 1799–1853, McGill-Queen’s University Press, 1991Google Scholar
Evans, J., Grimshaw, P., Philips, D. and Swain, S., Equal Subjects, Unequal Rights: Indigenous Peoples in British Settler Colonies, 1830s-1910, Manchester University Press, 2003.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Keegan, T., Dr Philip’s Empire: One Man’s Struggle for Justice in Nineteenth-Century South Africa, Zebra Press, 2016.Google Scholar
Lester, A. and Dussart, F., Colonization and the Origins of Humanitarian Governance: Protecting Aborigines Across the Nineteenth Century British Empire, Cambridge University Press, 2014.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Mostert, N., Frontiers: The Epic of South Africa’s Creation and the Tragedy of the Xhosa People, Alfred Knopf, 1977.Google Scholar
Nettelbeck, A., Indigenous Rights and Colonial Subjecthood: Protection and Reform in the Nineteenth-Century British Empire, Cambridge University Press, 2019.CrossRefGoogle Scholar

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