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Hidden women of history: Melanesian indentured labourer Annie Etinside, hailed as a Queensland 'pioneer' on her death

By Bianka Vidonja Balanzategui, Adjunct Lecturer, James Cook University
Claire Brennan, Lecturer in History, James Cook University
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Brought out to work on the sugar plantations, Annie was a woman of colour who defied all odds to participate in a predominantly white community.

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