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Hidden women of history: Eliza Hamilton Dunlop — the Irish Australian poet who shone a light on colonial violence

By Anna Johnston, Associate Professor of English Literature, The University of Queensland
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Dunlop’s 1838 poem, The Aboriginal Mother, about the suffering inflicted at the Myall Creek massacre, made the new immigrant from Ireland locally notorious., made


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