Tom Petrie's Early Reminiscences of Early Queensland is a truly fascinating and exciting read. Tom's father was the appointed Superintendent at Brisbane in the mid 1800s, Tom became respected among the local aboriginals and had the priviledge of interacting with them. His daughter created this book from a collection of his notes, articles, memoirs and the like, and in 1904 it came to publish.
Tom Petrie's Reminiscences of Early Queensland (2)
SEQ History advises that some of the content in these articles contain graphic descriptions of violence and cannibalism. SEQ History recommends that the content is not suitable for those under the age of 15 years old, and should not be read without the approval of a parent or legal guardian.