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Why a Hann Highway could be a monument to Indigenous genocide | Paul Daley

Why a Hann Highway could be a monument to Indigenous



History implicates the Hann brothers in terrible frontier violence. No highway should be named in their honourFrank and William Hann are legends in the annals of North Queensland’s white colonial pastoral and settler history.About 1862, having originally landed in Victoria from Wiltshire, England, the brothers moved to the Burdekin River district of Queensland, the new frontier of pastoral expansion and violent dispossession of Indigenous landowners. Continue reading…



Source link : https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/postcolonial-blog/2019/sep/27/why-a-hann-highway-could-be-a-monument-to-indigenous-genocide

Author : Paul Daley

Publish date : 2019-09-27 00:11:09

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