This eagerly awaited history of the Northern Territory has been twenty-five years in the making. Throughout its research and development it has been supported by leading historians and Territory authorities from frontier conflict historians Henry Reynolds and Ray Evans to academics such as regional language-spea- ker and anthropologist John Bradley and Territory author Nicholas Jose. Declared as a 'waste and unoccupied' by the South Australian government, this vast district was home to some 2,500 Aborigines, representing thirteen groups. A challenging and illuminating investigation, Frontier Justice brings seldom disclosed facts and fresh information to the events, identities, policies and attitudes that carved our last frontier.
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