100 Proofs the Israelites Were White Video Series:
Ch.3 History Of Australia & New Zealand
This is an audiobook of The history of Australia and New Zealand from 1606 to 1890.. ,written by Alex Sutherland, presenting CHAPTER 3, The discoveries of Bass and Flinders , narrated by Blood and Creed.
When Governor Hunter came to Australia in 1795, he brought with him, on board his ship THE RELIANCE , a young surgeon called George Bass, and a midshipman called Matthew flinders. These two young comrades, with the hand of a small boat and a boy to lend a hand would push the envelope of Australian discovery, and initially with such scanty resources, but ample courage against danger, evading death from the terrible seas on their small vessel to outwitting natives who had them at spear point. Bass would later in his career meet an uncertain but likely grim fate, while Flinders would toil away to enlightened Britain and Christendom back home as to the terrain and peculiarities of this strange new continent which was fast enrapturing the public’s fancy.
This is a detailed history of the discovery of Australia and New Zealand and these nations colonization up until 1890. The role of convicts and natives are discussed although most of the history involves the political, social, and economic development of the two countries. It presents an unbiased general history.
Alexander Sutherland (1852-1902) was a Scottish- Australian educator, writer and philosopher. Sutherland did a large amount of literary work. He was responsible for the first volume only of Victoria and its Metropolis, published in 1888, an interesting history of the first 50 years of the state of Victoria. In 1890 he published Thirty Short Poems, the cultured verse of an experienced literary man, but his most important book was The Origin and Growth of the Moral Instinct, which appeared in 1898 in two volumes. George Sutherland (1855-1905), a writer, was born in Scotland. He was taken to Australia in 1864 and graduated from the University of Melbourne. After teaching for some time he took up journalism and worked for the South Australian Register from 1881 to 1902, after which he joined the Melbourne Age. His works include: Tales of the Goldfields (1880), Australia; or, England in the South (1886), The South Australian Company (1898) and Twentieth Century Inventions (1901). With his brother, Alexander Sutherland, he wrote The History of Australia and New Zealand from 1606 to 1890 (1894), which attained a sale of 120,000 copies.
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