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Portraits From A Land Without People: A Pictorial Anthology of Indigenous Australia 1847-2008

John Ogden


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First Edition. Near Fine, SCARCE published to coincide with the first anniversary of the apology to the Stolen Generation, this title is a stunning and emotive record of the first Australians. With contributions from Pat Dodson and all proceeds from the sale going to the “Jimmy Little Foundation”, this title is an essential document of our past, and of the future of reconciliation.
Portraits From a Land Without People is the most comprehensive anthology of photographs to document Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island culture yet produced. It charts the photographic history of Indigenous Australia from the first photographs by Douglas T. Kilburn in 1847 through to the Prime Minister’s ‘Apology’ in 2008. Foreword by Prof. Pat Dodson and introduction by Prof. Larissa Behrendt and John Ogden
A stunning and emotive record of the first Australians.
216 p. : chiefly ill., map, ports. ; 30 x 31 cm. #0921 First Edition. (Due to size and weight, this will incur additional postage and insurance cost if ordered via Abebooks or from overseas.)

Note: See additional image for tiny tears on interior rear paste-down.

Additional Information

AuthorJohn Ogden
Number of pages216 p. : chiefly ill., map, ports. ; 30 x 31 cm.
PublisherCyclops Press
Year Published2008
Binding Type

Hardcover in Dustjacket

Book Condition

Near Fine

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