Stories of Colonial South Australia Author: Gwenneth Walton

The Protector » Bibliography

The Protector: Bibliography

Branson, J. Ridgeway William Newland, Pioneer Pastor of the South. (Victor Harbor, 1989.)

Brock, P. & Chilman, J.  References to Aborigines in Adelaide Newspapers 1836-1940. (Adelaide,1989).

Bull, J.W. Early Experiences  of Life in South Australia. (Adelaide, 1884).

Burgess, H.T. ed. Cyclopedia of South Australia: an historical and commercial review. Vols. 1 & 2.(Adelaide, A.G. Selway,  )

Cockburn, R. Pastoral Pioneers of South Australia. (Adelaide, 1925).

Dutton, G. Edward Eyre: The Hero as Murderer. (Adelaide,

Eyre, E.J. Autobiographical Narrative of Residence and Exploration in Australia 1832-1839.  ( Ed. By Jill Waterhouse.)London, Caliban books, 1984.

Eyre, E.J. Journals of Expeditions of Discovery into Central Australia, and Overland from Adelaide to King George’s Sound in the years 1840-41. (London, 1845.)

Foster, R.K.G. The Aborigines’ Location in Adelaide. Journal of the Anthropological Society of South Australia, vol.28, no.1, 1990.

French, R. & Wear, A. eds. British Medicine in an Age of Reform. London, Routledge, 1991.

Geyer, Mary. Behind the Wall: the Women of the Destitute Asylum, Adelaide, 1852-1918. Adelaide, Migration Museum, 1994.

Gouger, Robert. South Australia in 1837. London, 1838.)

Hailes, N. Recollections: Nathaniel Hailes’ Adventurous Life in Colonial South Australia. (Adelaide, 1998.)

Hamilton, George. Experiences of a Colonist Forty Years ago. By an Old Hand. (Adelaide, J.Williams, 1880.)

Hawdon, Joseph. The Journal of a Journey from New South Wales to Adelaide; Performed by Mr Joseph Hawdon. (Melbourne, Georgian House, 1952.)

Moorhouse Matthew. A Vocabulary and Outlines of a Grammatical Structure of the Murray river Languagespoken by the natives of South Australia from Wellington on the Murray as far as the Rufus. (Adelaide, 1846.)

Moyal, Ann. Platypus:the extraordinary story of how a curious creature baffled the world. Sydney, allen & Unwin, 2001,

Newland, Simpson. Memoirs.

Newland, Simpson. Paving the Way. (Adelaide, Rigby, 1893.)

Opie, E.A.D. South Australian Records Prior to 1841.

Pike, Douglas. Paradise of dissent: South Australia 1829-1857. Melbourne University Press, Carlton, 1957.

Price, A. Grenfell. Founders and Pioneers of South Australia. (Adelaide, 1929.)

Schurmmann, E. I’d Rather Dig Potatoes: Clamor Schurmann and the Aborigines of South Australia 1838-1853. (Adelaide,1987.)

South Australian Aboriginal History: Readings. (History Dept., University of Adelaide, 1999.)

Stafford, William. John Stuart Mill. London, Macmillan  Press, 1998.

Strehlow, T.G.H.  The Sustaining Ideals of Australian Aboriginal Societies.  Melbourne, Hawthorn press 1956.

Teichelmann, C.G. Aborigines of South Australia: Illustrative and Explanatory Notes of the Manners, Customs, Habits and Superstitions of the Natives of South Australia. (Adelaide, S.A Wesleyan Methodist Missionary Soc.’1841.)

Tindale, N. Aboriginal Australians. (Brisbane, Jacaranda Press, 1963)

Twidale, C.R. ed. Natural History of the Adelaide Region. ( Royal Society of South Australia, Northfield, S.A., 1976.)

Rufus Creek Blacks Attack on Overlanders, and the Subsequent Punitive Expedition. Victorian Historical Magazine. Vol 10, no.1, 1925.

Schild, M.E. &  P.J. Hughes. The Lutherans in Australia.( Canberra,AG.P.S., 1996.)  

Twidale, C.R. ed. Natural History of the Adelaide Region. Adelaide, 1976.)

Watts, Michael. The chapel and the nation: Nonconformity and the local historian. London, the Historical Association, 1996.

Winchester, Simon. The Map That changed the World. London, Penguin, 2001.

Woods, J.D.ed. The Native Tribes of South Australia. (Adelaide, 1879.)

Woodward, J. & Richards, D. Health Care and Popular Medicine in Nineteenth Century England. London, Croon Helm, 1977.

Wyatt, W. Some Accounts of the Manners and Superstitions of the Adelaide and Encounter Bay Tribes. (Adelaide, 1879.)

Archives 


State Records of S.A

GRG 52/7 Letterbooks of the Protector of Aborigines 1840-1857. Vol.1.

GRG 41/8 Manifests and Passenger Lists 1838-42.

GRG 48 Despatches From Colonial Commissioners 1839-1842.

Mortlock Library Archives

PRG 128/13/10 Lendon papers.. Material Relating to the Early Protectors  of Aborigines.

PRG 288 Newland Family Papers

D 7489 (L) Pullen. W.J.S. Reminiscences of Experiences in South Australia.

Newspapers 


The Adelaide Chronicle, 1840 –1842.

The South Australian Register 1839 – 1842.

The South Australian 1839 – 1842.

The South Australian Colonist 1840-41.