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Preface Prologue: The public hanging 1 Growing up in the Blackall Range 2 The young negotiator: Trade and diplomacy to March 1842 3 The Great Toors of 1842-43: The Bora men change strategy 4 The attack on Gregor's station 5 White politics and black politics 6 Attempts at conciliation 7 The feud continues: Capture, trial, aftermath Epilogue: Remembering Dundalli Acknowledgements Bibliography Notes Index
Libby Connors is a senior lecturer in history at the University of Southern Queensland. She is author of Australia's Frontline and co-author of A History of the Australian Environment Movement.
'Connors lays down the hard truth. Not all our warriors were Anzacs. Not all our wars were just.' - John Birmingham, author and columnist. 'An enduring record of one of our greatest heroes.' - Sam Watson, activist and writer. 'Deeply considered and powerfully told, this book recovers the entangled history of Aboriginal people and settlers in colonial Queensland, a history which is also Australia's story writ large.' - Associate Professor Grace Karskens, University of NSW.