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The first annual report of the Aborigines Protection Society

Aborigines Protection Society (Great Britain)

The first annual report of the Aborigines Protection Society

presented at the meeting in Exeter Hall, May 16th, 1838 : with a list of officers, subscribers and benefactors.

by Aborigines Protection Society (Great Britain)

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Published by Sold by W. Ball in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Microfilm. London, England : World Microfilms, 1978. On 1 microfilm reel with other titles ; 35 mm. (Anti-slavery collection, 18th-19th centuries ; reel 19).

SeriesAnti-slavery collection, 18th-19th centuries ;, reel 19.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMicrofilm 82/534 (H)
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination31 p.
Number of Pages31
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2980460M
LC Control Number84230637

whether the Aborigines’ Protection Society was “snobbish” and considers the question of whether the organisation reflected elite opinion. Heartfield also examines in the first half of the book whether the Aborigines’ Protection Society understood in‐ digenous peoples or merely had romantic ideas of indigenous lifestyles and cultures. The Aborigines Protection Society (APS) operated in Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, Canada, South Africa and the Congo. The motto of the society was Ab Uno Sanguine – ‘Of One Blood’ – and it focused on the principle of equal rights for indigenous people. Those rights, however, were not considered to include protection of indigenous cultures.

The Aborigines' friend: a journal of the transactions of the Aborigines' Protection Society. Former Title. Colonial intelligencer and Aborigines' friend Other Creators. Aborigines Protection Society (Great Britain) Published. London: [Aborigines' Protection Society, ] Physical Description. volumes ; 22 cm. Subjects. Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. The Aborigines' friend [electronic resource]: journal of the Aborigines Protection Society in SearchWorks catalog.

The office of the Protector of Aborigines was established pursuant to a recommendation contained in the Report of the Parliamentary Select Committee on Aboriginal Tribes, (British settlements.) of the House of 31 January , Lord Glenelg, Secretary of State for War and the Colonies sent Governor Gipps the report. The office of Chief Protector of Aborigines .   The Gold Coast Aborigines’ Rights Protection Society (ARPS) was formed in in the port city of Cape Coast, a hub of intellectual and political activism in colonial ARPS remained the voice of colonized Africans until its demise in the s. The idea of forming the society had been incubated as early as , but was shelved until .


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The first annual report of the Aborigines Protection Society by Aborigines Protection Society (Great Britain) Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Aborigines' Protection Society (APS) was an international human rights organisation, founded into ensure the health and well-being and the sovereign, legal and religious rights of the indigenous peoples while also promoting the civilization of the indigenous people who were subjected under colonial powers.

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The First annual report of the Aborigines Protection Society: presented at the meeting in. The Annual Report of the Aborigines Protection Society, Committee and Officers; annual report ; South African questions; West and East African affairs; the Central African slave trade; Congo State misrule; the Egyptian question; other questions; the Society’s losses; finance; account; subscriptions and donations.

16 pp. Get this from a library. The fifth annual report of the Aborigines' Protection Society. [Anti-Slavery International.]. The Gold Coast Aborigines' Rights Protection Society (ARPS) was an African association critical of colonial rule, formed in in the former Gold Coast, as Ghana was then known.

Originally established by traditional leaders and the educated elite to protest the Crown Lands Bill of and the Lands Bill ofwhich threatened traditional land The first annual report of the Aborigines Protection Society book, the. For more than seventy years, the Aborigines' Protection Society, a select group of the great and the good, fought for the natives of the British Empire and against the tide of white supremacy to defend the interests of aboriginal peoples everywhere.

Active on four continents, the Society brought the Zulu King Cetshwayo to meet Queen Victoria, and Maori rebels to the Lord.

James Heartfield has written on native rights for the Journal of Pacific History, Arena, the Fiji Times, and elsewhere. His work has also appeared in the Times Educational Supplement, the Guardian, the Telegraph, and the is the author of The Aborigines’ Protection Society () and has been teaching, writing and campaigning around questions of international.

Other articles where Aborigines’ Rights Protection Society is discussed: western Africa: The emergence of African leaders: Aborigines’ Rights Protection Society (ARPS) to prevent the wholesale expropriation of African lands by European entrepreneurs or officials.

The ARPS went on to campaign against the exclusion of qualified Africans from the colonial administration. "Comprising the Transactions of the Aborigines' Protection Society; interesting intelligence concerning the Aborigines of various climes, and articles upon colonial affairs; with comments upon the proceedings of government and of colonists towards native tribes" -added t.-p.

Includes the Annual report of the Aborigines' Protection Society. Cited In. Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Select Committee on Aboriginal Tribes. & Aborigines Protection Society (Great Britain). Report of the Parliamentary Select Committee on Aboriginal Tribes, (British settlements): reprinted with comments by the Aborigines Protection Society Published for the Society by William Ball London.

Get this from a library. The first annual report of the Aborigines Protection Society. [Anti-Slavery International.]. Aborigines' Rights Protection Society.

The Gold Coast Aborigines' Rights Protection Society (ARPS) was formed in in the port city of Cape Coast, a hub of intellectual and political activism in colonial Ghana.

The ARPS remained the voice of colonized Africans until its demise in the s. The idea of forming the society had been incubated as early asbut was. The Society shaped the British Empire, and fought against the tide of white supremacy to defend the interests of aboriginal peoples everywhere.

Active on four continents, the Aborigines' Protection Society brought the Zulu King Cetshwayo to meet Queen Victoria, and Maori rebels to the Lord Mayor's banqueting : James Heartfield.

The 22dth annual reports are appended to v. 3d ser. Series 4 contains annual reports of the British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society. Series 5 contains annual reports of the Anti-Slavery and Aborigines Protection Society.

This Book was ranked at 4 by Google Books for keyword Fauna Butterflies Calendars. Report on the Indians of Upper Canada Item Preview remove-circle Aborigines Protection Society (Great Britain) Publication date Topics Indians of North America -- Ontario Publisher Be the first one to write a review.

Views. Survey of the history, society, and culture of the Australian Aboriginal peoples, who are one of the two distinct Indigenous cultural groups of Australia. It is generally held that they originally came from Asia via insular Southeast Asia and have.

Aborigines Protection SocietyExtracts from the Papers and Proceedings of the Aborigines’ Protection Society, vol II, no III, AprilWilliam Ball & Co, London. Aborigines Protection SocietyFirst Annual Report, 16 MayW Ball, London.

Backhouse, JamesA Narrative of a Visit to the Australian Colonies. Additional author: Victoria. Board for the Protection of the Aborigines in the Colony of Victoria. Additional title: Board for the Protection of the Aborigines: report. Additional title: Board for the Protection of the Aborigines in the Colony of Victoria: report Additional title: Central Board Appointed to watch over the interests of the Aborigines in the Colony of Victoria: report.

The Aborigines Protection Board to The Principal Under Secretary. Sir, Office of Aborigines Protectorate Board, Sydney, 12 April, In accordance with the usual practice we have the honor to transmit, for the information of the Colonial Secretary, the following report respecting the work of the Board during the year 1SS8.

[18] eg Proclamation of Governor Hindmarsh (28 December ) extending ‘the same protection to the native population as to the rest of His Majesty’s subjects’: JM Bennett & AC Castles, A Source Book of Australian Legal History, Law Book Co, Sydney,Similarly the official proclamation of Western Australia conferred the protection of the law on Aborigines.

Aborigines' Rights Protection Society. The Gold Coast Aborigines' Rights Protection Society (ARPS) was an association critical of colonial rule, formed in in the Gold Coast, as Ghana was known. Originally formed by traditional leaders and the educated elite to protest the Crown Lands Bill of and the Lands Bill of that threatened traditional land tenure, the Aborigines.the ‘Aborigines Protection Society’, William Ball, London, 4, 7, 7 Although this concern did have an impact on how colonial constitutions would be written and, indeed, the treatment of Indigenous peoples was a snag for campaigns for self-government in .Office of The Board for the Protection of the Aborigines.

Sir,Phillip-street, Sydney, 10 May, We have the honor to furnish a report of the proceedings of the Board for the Protection of the Aborigines for the year and to supply details of the expenditure of the Parliamentary Vote placed at our disposal.