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The Biggest Estate on Earth
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Contents Illustrations Thanks Sources Abbreviations Definitions Foreword by Henry Reynolds Australia in 1788 Introduction: The Australian estate 1. Curious landscapes 2. Canvas of a continent Why was Aboriginal land management possible? 3. The nature of Australia 4. Heaven on earth 5. Country How was land managed? 6. The closest ally 7. Associations 8. Templates 9. A capital tour 10. Farms without fences Invasion 11. Becoming Australian Appendix 1: Science, history and landscape Appendix 2: Current botanical names for plants named with capitals in the text Notes Bibliography Index

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Explodes the myth that pre-settlement Australia was an untamed wilderness, revealing the complex, country-wide systems of land management used by Aboriginal people.

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Bill Gammage is the author of The Broken Years: Australian Soldiers in the Great War.

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"A beautiful and profound piece of writing, one that has importance for us all." --"Age"
"This bold book, with its lucid prose and vivid illustrations, will be discussed for years to come." --"Australian Book Review"

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