The effects of European diseases on the native peoples of Australia
|dc.description.abstract||Standing in an Australian graveyard, Alan Macfarlane reflects on the effects of western diseases on the Australian native populations. He explains why these diseases were less lethal for the Europeans themselves.||en|
|dc.title||The effects of European diseases on the native peoples of Australia||en|
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