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Survey and excavation at Fort Dundas, Melville Island, Northern Territory, 1975

Eleanor Crosby

Survey and excavation at Fort Dundas, Melville Island, Northern Territory, 1975

by Eleanor Crosby

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Published by Australian Society for Historical Archaeology, University of Sydney in [Sydney] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Bibliography: p. 28.

StatementEleanor Crosby.
SeriesA.S.H.A. occasional paper ;, no. 1 (1978), A.S.H.A. occasional paper ;, 1978, no. 1.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMLCM 92/13050 (U)
The Physical Object
Pagination28 p., [7] leaves of plates (some folded) :
Number of Pages28
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2907951M
ISBN 100909797064
LC Control Number84137961
OCLC/WorldCa13606469

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Survey and excavation at Fort Dundas, Melville Island, Northern Territory, 1975 by Eleanor Crosby Download PDF EPUB FB2

Fort Dundas was a short-lived British settlement on Melville Island between and in what is now the Northern Territory of was the first of four British settlement attempts in northern Australia before Goyder's survey and establishment of Palmerston, now known as three later attempts were at Fort Wellington, Port Essington and Escape Cliffs.

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Fort Dundas was a short-lived British settlement on Melville Island between and in what is now the Northern Territory of Australia. It was the first of four British settlement attempts in northern Australia before Goyder's survey and establishment of Palmerston, now known as Darwin.

Survey and Excavation at Fort Dundas, Melville Island, Northern Territory, Australian Society for Historical Archaeology Occasional Paper No. University of Sydney: The Australian Society. Survey and excavation at Fort Dundas, Melville Island, Northern Territory, / Eleanor Crosby The British in North Australia Fort Dundas / Derek Pugh Ngirramini ngini Fort Dundas.

th anniversary of first settlement in North Australia: Fort Dundas-Melville Island, ; Survey and excavation at Fort Dundas, Melville Island, Northern Territory, / Eleanor Crosby; Relationship between the British and the Tiwi in the vicinity of Fort Dundas, Melville Island / John Morris.

Fort Dundas was a military settlement established in on Melville Island at Apsley Strait, and abandoned in During its four and a half year existence the population of about included army and marine detachments, civilian employees, wives and children, and crews of various ships periodically attached to the settlement.

Fort Dundas was the first outpost of Europeans in Australia’s north. It was a British fortification manned inby soldiers, marines and convicts, and built by them on remote Melville Island.

The fort lasted until February,when it was abandoned and left to the termites. The fort’s purpose was twofold. Crosby, E. [] Survey and Excavation at Fort Dundas, Melville Island, Northern Territory Australian Society for Historical Archaeology Occasional Paper No.1 Sydney Evans, N.

[] ‘Macassan Loan Words in top end languages’ in Australian Journal of Linguistics pp Sites Recorded in Northern Territory Site Survey Area Name No. of sites at Victoria Darwin-Daly W. Arnhem Land E. Arnhem Land Gulf Central Central East Central West Fort Dundas E.

Crosby has been engaged in the partial clearing of the site of Fort Dundas (), on Melville Island. A survey of. Survey and excavation at Fort Dundas, Melville Island, Northern Territory,Eleanor Crosby, ASHA Occasional Paper, No.

1, [external link] Printed Ceramics in Australia, Marjorie Graham, ASHA Occasional Paper, No. Melville Island (Tiwi: Yermalner) is an island in the eastern Timor Sea, off the coast of the Northern Territory, with Bathurst Island and nine smaller uninhabited islands, it forms part of the group known as the Tiwi Islands, which are under the jurisdiction of the Northern Territory in association with the Tiwi Land Council as the regional authority.

Crosby, Eleanor Survey and Excavation at Fort Dundas, Melville Island, Northern Territory, Australian Society for Historical Archaeology, Occasional Paper No. Crosby, Eleanor Survey and Excavation at Fort Dundas, Melville Island, Northern Territory, Australian Society for Historical Archaeology, University of.

73 Campbell, J. ‘ Geographical memoir of Melville Island and Port Essington, on the Cobourg Peninsula, Northern Australia; with Some Observations on the Settlements Which Have Been Established on the North Coast of New Holland ’, Journal of.

Book Reviews Whaling and Whaling Sites: Sorr.e Archaeological Aspects 3 4 7 7 8 Survey & Excavation at Fort Dundas, Melville Island, Northern Territory Cheques should include the cost of postage (SOc). survey and excavation techniques, the sessions were profusely illustrated with some spectacular slides.

Readers. Fort Dundas was the first outpost of Europeans in Australia’s north. It was a British fortification manned by soldiers, marines and convicts, on remote Melville Island in It lasted until February,when it was abandoned and left to the termites.

The fort’s purpose was twofold. in Journal of Northern Territory History. No.7, PER JOUR Reid, Brian. “Malaria in nineteenth century British military settlements. – Fort Dundas (Melville Island); Fort Wellington, Raffles Bay and Victoria, Port Essington” in Journal of Northern Territory History.

No.3, NTC PER JOUR Roces, M. Bremer fixed the site of his settlement at Fort Dundas on Melville Island in and, because this was well to the west of the boundary proclaimed inproclaimed British sovereignty over all the territory as far west as longitude ° East.

The new boundary included Melville and Bathurst Islands, and the adjacent mainland.Eleanor Crosby, Survey and Excavation at Fort Dundas, Melville Island, Northern Territory, Damaris Bairstow, Judy Birmingham and Bob Holmes, Excavations in the City of Sydney Pitt Stteet Congregational Church.

Marjorie Graham, Printed Ceramics in Australia. Damaris Bairstow, Archaeological Finds, University of Sydney Building.The first settlements, Fort Dundas on Melville Island and at Raffles Bay, were meant to provide an alternative to the Dutch ports which imposed heavy duties.

Both were abandoned in due to tropical diseases, hostile local Aborigines and Timor pirates.