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18TH CENTURY LIVING HISTORY IN AUSTRALIA.

Friday, 25 February 2011

The Light In The Forest.

The clothing and makeup is not very authentic, but it is still fun to watch. Settlers did use flatboats on the rivers, and they were often attacked. Sometimes white prisoners would be used to lure the flatboats close to shore. 


2 comments:

Janelle aka Nelly said...

I have always loved western indian? movies.Have you ever come across any diary or journals of settlers who were rescued from Indians? I have searched but never found.You may enjoy a book called Ghost Fox too.

Le Loup said...

Hi Janelle, good to hear from you again. Yes I have read Ghost Fox & have the book.
Email me & I will send you some files on Indian capture if that is what you want.
Keith aka Le Loup.
historicaltrekker@gmail.com