Yarrabah Bibliography for my Yarrabah paper
Broughton, Alan (1984) “The Rise and Fall of Smithfield”, Establishment Trinity Bay: a Collection of Historical Episodes. Cairns, Cairns Historical Society, p. 17-18.
Broughton, Pat J and Stephens, S. E (1984)
“A Magnificent Achievement: The Building of the Cairns Range Railway”, Establishment Trinity Bay: a Collection of Historical Episodes. Cairns, Cairns Historical Society, p. 24-33.
Cairns City Heritage Study: A Report for the Cairns City Council and the Department of Environment and Heritage. (1994)
Allom Lovell Marquis-Kyle Pty Ltd.
Collinson, J. W (1939) Early Days of Cairns. Brisbane, Smith & Paterson.
Collinson, J. W (1940) “More About Cairns - the Second Decade, 1886-1896. Press and Pulpit”, Cummins & Campbell’s Magazine July 1940, p. 57-60.
Craig, Daniel (1979) The Social Impact of the State on an Aboriginal Reserve in Queensland, Australia. University of California, PHD Thesis.
Dalryrmple, G. (1873) Narrative and Reports of the Queensland North-east Coast Expedition. Brisbane, Houses of Parliament.
Doherty, W. J (1928) “Fragments of North Queensland History”, Cummins & Campbell’s Monthly Magazine, March 1928, p. 13 and 15.
Evans, Kay E (1969) Missionary Effort Towards the Cape York Aborigines, 1886-1910: A Study of Culture Contact. Brisbane, University of Queensland. BA Hons. Thesis.
Gribble, John (1891) Summary of the Report of Rev. J.B. Gribble to the Colonial Secretary on his Missionary Visit to the Northern Districts of Cairns, Atherton, etc.
Hume, Lynne (1989) Yarrabah Phoenix: Christianity and Social change in an Australian Aboriginal Reserve. Brisbane, University of Queensland. PHD Thesis.
Hume, Lynne (1991) “Them days: Life on an Aboriginal Reserve 1892-1960”, Aboriginal History, vol 15 no 1, 1991, p. 4-24.
Johnston, W. T (1983) “Early European Contact with Aborigines of the Present Mulgrave Shire Area Up To the End of the Year 1889”, Mulgrave Shire Historical Society Bulletin no 54.
Johnstone-Need, J. W (1984)
Spinifex and Wattle: Reminiscences of Pioneering in North Queensland. Being the Experiences of Robert Arthur Johnstone, Explorer and Naturalist, Sub-Inspector of Police and Police Magistrate. Cairns, The Author.
Jones, Dorothy (1976) Trinity Phoenix: A History of Cairns and District. Cairns, The Author.
Kelly, Kerrie and Sue Lenthall (1997)
An Introduction to Recent Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander History in Queensland. Cairns, Rural Health Training Unit.
Kerr, Ruth Sadie (1984) “Packers, Speculators and Customs Collectors: The Opening of Cairns in 1876”, Establishment Trinity Bay: A Collection of Historical Episodes. Cairns, Cairns Historical Society, p. 10-12.
Khan, Kate (1993) Catalogue of the Roth Collection of Aboriginal Artefacts from North Queensland. Volume 1. Sydney, Australian Museum.
Loos, Noel (1982) Invasion and Resistance: Aboriginal-European Relations on the North Queensland Frontier, 1861-1897. Canberra, Australian National University Press.
Martin, Alec (1995) “Ink in Veins of Cairns Pioneer”, Passages of Time. Cairns, Cairns Post.
Martyn, Julie (1993) The History of Green Island: The Place of Spirits. Cairns, The Author.
Eric Moberg (1918) Amongst Stone Age People in the Queensland Wilderness. Stockholm, Albert Bonner.
Prideaux, P. (198-?) The Genesis of Cairns. Unpublished Paper.
Rapkins, Denise (1994) Major Research Topic on North Queensland History. Cairns, James Cook University. BA assignment.
Reynolds, Barrie (1988) “Roth, Walter Edmund (1861-1933)”, Australian Dictionary of Biography. Vol II: 1891-1939. Melbourne, Melbourne University Press.
Seaton, Douglas (1952) “Rock Paintings in the Brown Bay Area, North Queensland, Irukandji People”, North Queensland Naturalist, vol 20 no 102, September 1952, p. 35-37.
Smith, Paul (1980). Like a Watered Garden. Yarrabah 1892-1909: The Foundation Era. Townsville, James Cook University. Ba. Hons. Thesis.
Viater (1929) “Trinity Bay: Genesis of the Port of Cairns”, Cummins & Campbell’s Monthly Magazine, March 1929, p. 51-53.
Wandandian (1912) Travels in Australasia. Birmingham, Cornish Brothers.