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Type: Journal article
Title: Punishment as pacification: the role of Indigenous executions on the South Australian frontier, 1836–1862
Author: Anderson, S.
Citation: Aboriginal History, 2015; 39:3-26
Publisher: ANU Press
Issue Date: 2015
ISSN: 0314-8769
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Steven Anderson
Abstract: The article talks about the role of Indigenous executions, especially by public hangings, in South Australia and the role of race in the treatment of a capital offender. It is noted that sentencing of South Australian Indigenous people was more than a punishment and was used to terrorize Indigenous population regarding British colonization. It states that South Australian Parliament moved to abolish public executions in 1858, irrespective of race.
Rights: © Aboriginal History Inc and RMIT Publishing
DOI: 10.22459/AH.39.2015.01
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