The Importance of the Koala in Aboriginal Society in Nineteenth-Century Queensland

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Fred Cahir discusses the utilitarian and symbolic significance of koalas for Aboriginal communities in Queensland, Australia as recorded by colonists during the early period of colonization and the early twentieth century.

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