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xxi, 283 p. : ill., facsims., map, ports. ; 23 cm. Includes index and bibliographical references: p. 264-273.

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'I'm your half-brother and I'm here to stay. This is my home.' With these words Wilmot Abraham sought refuge with his white relations.<br/><br/>'Did you ever read your history?': Mrs. Mary Clarke remembers p. 1<br/>'An old hand': Jim Cain p. 12<br/>'I'm your half-brother, and I'm here to stay': Wilmot Abraham p. 36<br/>The Three Pompeys <br/>The Written Record p. 48<br/>Banjo Clarke's Stories p. 62<br/>'Why did they take them away?': Lizzie and Henry McCrae p. 74<br/>In Defence of Framlingham: Collin Hood p. 79<br/>Double Dispossession: King David p. 107<br/>James Dawson's Informants p. 137<br/>'Why are we kept prisoners here?': Ernest and Maggie Mobourne p. 148<br/>'The old ones, they wouldn't tell us nothing': Mrs. Connie Hart's memories p. 181<br/>'Breaking the cycle is the hard thing to do': Geoff Rose, a stolen child p. 200<br/>Epilogue: James Dawson, Camperdown George and the Obelisk p. 220<br/>The Hood Family p. 238<br/>The Mobourne Letters p. 241<br/>Abbreviations p. 252<br/>Notes p. 252<br/>Bibliography p. 264<br/>Index p. 274<br/><br/>