Indigenous Rights Policy Report for Aborigines 1836. vii.425

“The Select Committee Report on Aborigines 1836 vii.425”, describes the indigenous rights policy adopted by the British in 1836 towards the Aborigines. The Report considered the rights of the Aborigines and other indigenous peoples in countries where British Settlements were made. The Imperial Blue Books were designed “to secure to them the due observance of justice and the protection of their Rights, and promote the spread of civilisation among them, and lead them to the peaceful and voluntary reception of the Christian religion”.

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Indigenous Rights Policy Report for Aborigines 1836. vii.425 – Size 12+8 212 pages of text. No plates or maps.Bound in red rexine hard covers,with gold print to spine.Both copies in good clean condition.Face corners slightly bumped. Binding firm.No foxing or browning.Internally clean and sharp throughout both volumes.

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