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Brokers and Boundaries

List of illustrations

Figure 5.1: George Augustus Robinson, Aboriginal women and men taking Robinson across the river, 10 June 1830

Figure 5.2: Detail from map by Thomas Mitchell

Figure 5.3: Portraits of Turandurey (the female guide), and her child Ballandella, with the scenery on the Lachlan (10 May 1836)

Figure 5.4: ‘Female and child of Australia Felix’

Figure 7.1: Detail of ‘General Chart of Terra Australis or Australia: Showing Parts Explored Between 1798 and 1803 by M. Flinders Commr. of H.M.S. Investigator’, 1822 [1814]

Figure 7.2: Detail of ‘Chart of the northern part of the Great Barrier Reef including Torres Strait, & y.e adjacent Coast of New Guinea’, 1847

Figure 7.3: H. S. Melville, ‘Hut, and Natives of Darnley Id. [Island]’, n.d.

Figure 7.4: Map of languages in Gulf of Papua area, 1981

Figure 8.1: William MacGregor, 1888

Figure 8.2: Map of Milne Bay Province, south-eastern Papua New Guinea, showing the Trobriands and surrounding islands in the Solomon Sea 4

Figure 8.3: First map of the Trobriands, 1807

Figure 8.4: William MacGregor, ‘Sketch Map of the Kiriwina Group’, 1893

Figure 8.5: Trobriand yam houses, 1897. Photograph by George Brown

Figure 8.6: Paramount Chief Numakala and son (possibly Puluaiwa), 1897. Photograph by George Brown

Figure 9.1: Interior New Guinea, showing explorers’ routes

Figure 9.2: Patrol Officer Ivan Champion meets the ‘Chief’ of Bolivip Village. Untitled illustration by Pamela Lindsay

Figure 9.3: Charles Karius and company at Brumtigin rock, 1927. Photograph by Ivan Champion

Figure 9.4: Ivan Champion and Tamsimal at Brumtigin rock, 1927. Photograph by Charles Karius

Figure 9.5: Philip Pousai and Ray Kisol at Brumtigin rock, 1997. Photograph by Chris Ballard


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