4 edition of Paddy Cahill of Oenpelli found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 196-198) and index.
|LC Classifications||DU123.3.C35 M85 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 216 p. :|
|Number of Pages||216|
|LC Control Number||2004302330|
Cahill was probably the most popular man in the Northern Territory at this time. Visiting Darwin in , A. B. Paterson light-heartedly listed the main conversational pieces of Darwin as 'the cycloon' (of ), G. R. (the government resident) and Paddy Cahill. Cahill and Johnston settled in at idyllic Oenpelli . Save on ISBN has Paddy Cahill of Oenpelli by John Mulvaney and millions of more used, rare, and out-of-print books.
A sometimes contentious figure in Australia, Paddy Cahill is revealed through his lively collection of letters to Sir Baldwin Spencer and others. A one-time buffalo hunter, Cahill spent years farming on his Oenpelli property where he experimented with dairy cattle, growing fruit and vegetables while paying the Aboriginal workers who helped run. Oenpelli was the way Paddy Cahill (–), the founder of the original cattle station in the area, pronounced the local word. The present toponym is an anglisation of the word Kunbarlanja  current in Kunwinjku, the language of the people who now live there, who began moving into the area from the east following the Cahill's establishment of his cattle station there in
Book review: Paddy Cahill of Oenpelli by John Mulvaney. History Australia, 2 (2): Document type: Journal Article Citation counts: Search Google Scholar: Title Book review: Paddy Cahill of Oenpelli by John Mulvaney Author Wilson, WR: Journal Name Author: Bill Wilson. Also known as Oenpelli, Gunbalanya is a large remote town situated about 60km north east of Jabiru, across the East Alligator River in Arnhem Land. Gunbalanya has a population of around 1, and the main language spoken is Kunwinjku. With the presence of indigenous people in the region prior to his arrival, Paddy Cahill arrived and established a farm within the area in the.
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Paddy Cahill of Oenpelli is a lively story of a unique twentieth-century Territorian, known through the s as a Darwin "character." At times a racehorse owner and jockey, a buffalo-hunter and.
Paddy Cahill of Oenpelli is a lively story of a unique twentieth-century Territorian, known through the s as a Darwin "character." At times a racehorse owner and jockey, a buffalo-hunter and pastoralist, Paddy Cahill's contribution to Northern Territory life also includes his farming at Oenpelli.
Here he employed Aboriginal workers to help work the farm and run the property while he. Paddy Cahill of Oenpelli. [D J Mulvaney] -- Recounts the extraordinary story of one of the Northern Territory's historically colourful characters who was an energetic frontiersman, pioneer of tropical horticulture, agriculture, and more.
Territory will appreciate this book. It is John Mulvaney's sixth publication relating to the work of Baldwin Spencer, following a research association of over 30 years.
The primary focus is Paddy Cahill's time at Oenpelli () and his collabora tion with Spencer. Details are also given of Cahill's other activities and achievements. A one-time buffalo hunter, Cahill spent years farming on his Oenpelli property where he experimented with dairy cattle, growing fruit and vegetables while paying.
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Cahill and Johnston settled in at idyllic Oenpelli in Arnhem Land. The local Kakadu people helped establish a farm, growing fruit, vegetables, sisal, cotton and other products. Naturally intelligent, Cahill had developed a deep interest in and empathy with Aboriginals, learning languages and being careful to use tribal names.
I want this book Paddy Cahill of Oenpelli. Buy at Amazon Preview. Author: Derek John Mulvaney Category: Social Science Publisher: ISBS Publication date: Page count: Recounts the extraordinary story of one of the Northern Territory's historically colourful characters who was an energetic frontiersman, pioneer of tropical.
An energetic ‘frontiersman’, Paddy Cahill joined pioneer Nat Buchanan’s famous cattle drive, mov head of cattle from Australia’s Central Queensland to Northern Territory and he was known throughout the ’s as one of Darwin’s ‘characters’.
In Cahill settled at Oenpelli, on the East Alligator River. Paddy Cahill and his team produced at least hides each year.
Paddy Cahill sold up inand died of influenza in Sydney ten years later. Next time you throw a lure in at Cahill’s Crossing, spare a thought for the man it’s named after. Paddy Cahill of Oenpelli is the story of a unique twentieth-century Territorian.
At times a racehorse owner and jockey, a buffalo-hunter and pastoralist, Paddy Cahills contribution to Northern Territory life also includes farming on his Oenpelli : John Mulvaney. Paddy Cahill Of Oenpelli by John Mulvaney.
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Here he experimented in growing a range of fruit and vegetables while. In Part Two, Spencer meets Paddy Cahill at Oenpelli (now known as Gunbalanya) near the East Alligator River, staying from June 20th to August 8th While there, he makes extensive notes about Aboriginal life, takes photographs, and collects Aboriginal artefacts and animal specimens for the National Museum in Melbourne.
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