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ON SOUTHERN FIELDS: A JOURNEY THROUGH SA SPORT
PASSPORT TO NOWHERE


PASSPORT TO NOWHERE

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Passport to Nowhere: Aborigines in Australian Cricket 1850-1939

Bernard Whimpress

Passport to nowhere is a groundbreaking revision of the history of Aboriginal cricket. It argues that the few Aborigines who have played the game have been widely separated across time and place. Noted sporting historian Bernard Whimpress has shown in this study of cricket in the protection era that there has been a pattern of starting and stopping. Promising beginnings have been made on pastoral stations, missions and by individuals, but never built on. Passport to Nowhere , which features individual case studies of Johnny Mullagh, Twopenny, Bullocky, Jack Marsh, Albert Henry and Eddie Gilbert, is vital to an understanding of Aboriginal sport and some of the most controversial moments in Australian cricket.





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