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Abdullah, M.K., ‘The Red Koran’ in J. McAuley (ed.) Australian poetry, Angus and Robertson, Sydney, 1955

Adamec, L.W., Historical dictionary of Afghanistan, The Scarecrow Press, Inc., Lanham, Maryland, and Oxford, 2003

Adams, C., Sharing the lode: The Broken Hill migrant story, Broken Hill Migrant Heritage Committee Inc., Broken Hill, 2004

Ahmad, A. and Boase, R., Pashtun tales from the Pakistan-Afghan frontier, Saqi Books, London, 2003

Akbarzadeh, S. and Saeed, A., Muslim communities in Australia, University of New South Wales Press, Sydney, 2001

Anderson, J.W., ‘Tribe and community among Ghilzai Pashtuns’, Anthropos, vol. 70, 1975, pp. 576–600

Anderson, J.W., ‘Social structure and the veil: Comportment and the composition of interaction in Afghanistan’, Anthropos, vol. 77, 1982

Anderson, R.J., Solid Town: The history of Port Augusta, published by author, Port Augusta, 1988

Arid, G. and Klassen, N., Beltana: The town that will not die, Lutheran Publishing House, Adelaide, 1985

Atkinson, A., Asian immigrants to Western Australia 1829–1901, University of Western Australia Press, Nedlands, Perth, 1988

Austin, P., Hercus, L.A. and Jones, P.G., ‘Ben Murray Parlu-nguyu-thangkayiwarna’, Aboriginal History, vol. 12, no. 2, 1988, pp. 115–188

Barlow, B., Camels of Australia, Barlow Music, Sydney, 2005

Barker, H.M., Camels and the outback, Pitman, Melbourne, 1964

Beckler, H., A journey to Cooper’s Creek, translated by Stephen Jeffries and Michael Kertesz, introduction by Stephen Jeffries, Melbourne University Press, Melbourne, 1993

Bellew, H.W., Races of Afghanistan, Thacker, Spink and Co., Calcutta, 1880

Bellew, H.W., An inquiry into the ethnography of Afghanistan, Akademischer Druck- u. Verlagsanstalt, Graz (Austria), 1973 [1891]

Beltana Pastoral Company, A brief history of the Beltana Pastoral Company, Beltana Pastoral Company, Adelaide, 1965

Biddulph, J., Tribes of the Hindoo Koosh, Office of the Superintendent of Government Printing, Calcutta, 1880

Bonyhady, T., Burke and Wills: From Melbourne to myth, National Library of Australia, Canberra, 2002

Bowen, J., Kidman: The forgotten king, Angus and Robertson, Sydney, 1987

Bouma, G.D., Mosques and Muslim settlement in Australia, Australian Government Publishing Service, Canberra, 1994

Brady, E.J., Australia unlimited, George Robertson and Company, Melbourne, c. 1918

Brunato, M., Hajji Mahomet Allum: Afghan camel-driver, herbalist and healer in Australia, Investigator Press, Leabrook, 1972

Bulliet, R.W., The camel and the wheel, Harvard UP, Cambridge, Mass, 1975

Cigler, M., Afghans in Australia, Australasian Educa Press, Melbourne, 1986

Champion, G. and S., Australia’s forgotten explorer: David Lindsay, unpublished manuscript, 1993, State Library of New South Wales, MLMSS 5754

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Clune, F., Last of the Australian explorers: The story of Donald Mackay, Angus and Robertson, Sydney, 1942

Curnow, H., The life and art of William Strutt, 1825–1915, Alister Taylor, Martinborough, 1980

Deen, H., Caravanserai: Journey among Australian Muslims, Fremantle Arts Centre Press, Fremantle, 2003

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Deen, H., Ali Abdul v The King. Muslim stories from the dark days of White Australia. University of Western Australia Press, Crawley, 2011.

Donohoe, J.H., The forgotten Australians: The non-Anglo or Celtic convicts or exiles, published by author, Sydney, 1991

Donovan, P., Alice Springs: Its history and the people who made it, Alice Springs Town Council, Alice Springs, 1988

Dupree, L., Afghanistan, Princeton University Press, Princeton, 1973

Elphinstone, M., An Account of the Kingdom of Caubul, and Its Dependencies in Persia, Tartary, and India; Comprising a View of the Afghaun Nation, and A History of the Doraunee Monarchy, Longman, London, 1815, reprint 1998

Farwell, G., Land of mirage: The story of men, cattle and camels on the Birdsville Track, Rigby, Adelaide, 1950

Farwell, G., Vanishing Australians, Rigby, Adelaide, 1961

Fox, C., ‘Jumna Khan’ in J. Gothard (ed.) Asian orientations: Studies in Western Australian history, vol. 16, University of Western Australia Press, Nedlands, Perth, 1995, pp. 53–68

Freemann-Grennville, G.S.P. and Stuart, C., Islam: An illustrated history, Continuum, New York, 2006

Fuller, B., The Ghan: The story of the Alice Springs railway, Rigby, Adelaide, 1975

Ganter, R., Mixed relations: Asian-Aboriginal contact in north Australia, University of Western Australia Press, Crawley, 2006

Giles, E., Journal of a forgotten expedition in 1875, Sullivan’s Cove, Adelaide, 1979

Giles, E., Australia Twice Traversed, Sampson, Low, Marston, London, 1889

Gore, F.J., Lights and Shades of Hill Life in the Afghan and Hindu Highlands of the Punjab: A Contrast, John Murray, London, 1895

Gosse, W.C., W.C. Gosse’s Exploration: Report and diary of Mr. W.C. Gosse’s Central and Western Exploring Expedition, 1873, Government Printer, Adelaide, 1874

Gunn, D., The Story of Lafsu Beg the Camel Driver: Showing how he Went to Australia, and what Befel him There, Robertson and Co., Sydney, [probably] 1896

Hanifi, S.M., Inter-regional trade and colonial state formation in nineteenth century Afghanistan, PhD Thesis, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 2002

Hankel, V., ‘Allum, Mahomet 1858–1964’, Australian Dictionary of Biography, vol. 7, Massachusetts UniversityPress, Massachusetts, 1979, p. 47

Hercus, L., ‘Afghan stories from the north-east of South Australia’, Aboriginal History, vol. 5, no. 1, 1981, pp. 71–79

Holy, L., Kinship, honour and solidarity, Manchester University Press, Manchester, 1989

Hughes, T.P., Dictionary of Islam, W.H. Allen & Co. Limited, London, 1896

Isaacs, J., Pioneer women of the bush and outback, Lansdowne Press, Willoughby, 1990

Johannsen, K.G., A son of ‘the Red Centre’, Johannsen, Richmond, 1992

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Kearns, R.H.B., Broken Hill: A pictorial history, Investigator Press, Adelaide, 1982

Keesing, N. (ed.), A history of the Australian gold rushes, Angus and Robertson, Sydney, 1967

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Kimber, R.G., Man from Arltunga: Walter Smith, Australian bushman, Hesperian Press, Victoria Park, 1986

Korvin, G., ‘Adventures of an Kashmiri merchant in Australia: An unknown Urdu travelogue’, 13th Congress of the International Society For Folk Narrative Research, Melbourne, 16–20 July 2001

Korvin, G., ‘Afghan and South-Asian pioneers of Australia (1830–1930): A biographical study (Part 1)’, Journal of the Pakistan Historical Society, vol. 51, no. 1, 2003, pp. 49–90

Korvin, G., ‘Afghan and South-Asian pioneers of Australia (1830–1930): A biographical study (Part 2)’, Journal of the Pakistan Historical Society, vol. 51, no. 2, 2003, pp. 45–97

Lindholm, C., Generosity and jealousy: The Swat Pakhtun of Northern Pakistan, Columbia University Press, New York, 1982

Lindsay, D., Journal of the Elder Scientific Exploring Expedition, 1891-2, C.E. Bristow, Government Printer, Adelaide, 1893

Lindsay, H., The washerwoman’s dream, Simon & Schuster, Roseville, 2002

Litchfield, L., Marree and the tracks beyond, published by author, Adelaide, 1983

Loois, V., ‘Afghans and Indians in Western Australia’, in A. Atkinson (ed.) Asian immigrants to Western Australia 1829–1901: The bicentennial dictionary of Western Australians, vol. 5, University of Western Australia Press, Nedlands, Perth, 1988, pp. 395–440

McKnight, T.L., The camel in Australia, Melbourne University Press, Melbourne, 1969

Madigan, C.T., Crossing the Dead Heart, Georgian House, Melbourne, 1946

Mincham, H., The story of the Flinders Ranges, Rigby, Adelaide, 1964

Mittal, K.M., A Dictionary of the Pathan Tribes in the North-West Frontier of India, Mittal Publications, Delhi, 1983 [1857]

Murgatroyd, S., The Dig Tree: The story of Burke and Wills, Text Publishing, Melbourne, 2002

Murray, B. and Austin, P., ‘Afghans and Aborigines: Diyari texts’, Aboriginal History, vol. 5, 1981

Musakhan, H.M. (ed.), The history of Islamism in Australia from 1863–1932, M. Allum, Adelaide, 1932

Nichols, R., Settling the frontier: Land, law and society in the Peshawar Valley, 1500–1900, Oxford UniversityPress, Oxford, 2001

Parkes, R., Of camels and cameleers. The archaeology of Afghan settlements in Australia, Honours Thesis, Australian National University, Canberra, 1997

Pennell, T.L., Among the Wild Tribes of the Afghan Frontier, Seeley and Co. Limited, London, 1909

Pillows, S., An Australian nurse’s tales of long ago (ed. Mrs. A. Garnsley), printed privately, Western Australia, no date

Rajkowski, P., In the tracks of the camelmen: Outback Australia’s most exotic pioneers, Angus and Robertson, Sydney, 1987

Rajkowski, P., ‘Linden girl’: A story of outlawed lives, University of Western Australia Press, Nedlands, Perth, 1995

Raverty, H.G., The Gulshan-i-roh: Being Selections, Prose and Poetical, in the Pushto, or Afghan Language, Longman, London, 1860

Raverty, H.G., Selections of the Poetry of the Afghans, Williams and Norgate, London, 1897

Richards, D.S., The savage frontier: A history of the Anglo-Afghan wars, Macmillan, London, 1990

Robinson, J., Bushman of the Red Centre, Outback Books, Rockhampton, 1999

Saikal, A., Modern Afghanistan: A history of struggle and survival, I.B. Tauris, London, 2004

Scherer, P.A., Venture of faith: An epic in Australian missionary history, Auricht’s Printing Office, Tanunda, 1963

Schinasi, M., The Afghans in Australia, Occasional Paper, vol. 22, The Asia Society, Afghanistan Council, New York, 1980, p. 24

Simpson, H. and Dallwitz, J., Horrie Simpson’s Oodnadatta, Oodnadatta Progress Association, Adelaide, 1990

Simpson, J., ‘Camels as pidgin-carriers: Afghan cameleers as a vector for the spread of features of Australian Aboriginal pidgins and Creoles’ in J. Siegel (ed.) Processes of language contact: Studies from Australia and the South Pacific, Champ Linguistics, Fides, Quebec, 2000, pp. 195–244

Simpson, M., On the move: A history of transport in Australia, Powerhouse Publication, Sydney, 2004

Sims, P.C., The Norfolk settlers of Norfolk Island and Van Diemen’s Land, Quoiba, Tasmania, 1987

Spencer, W.B. (ed.), Report on the Work of the Horn Scientific Expedition to Central Australia, 4 vols, Melville, Mullen & Slade, Melbourne, 1896

Steele, W. and C., To the Great Gulf: The surveys and explorations of L.A. Wells, Lynton Publications, Blackwood, 1978

Stegar, W., Always bells: Life with Ali, Angus and Robertson, Sydney, 1969

Stevens, C., Tin mosques and Ghantowns: A history of Afghan cameldrivers in Australia, Oxford University Press, Melbourne, 1989

Stevens, C., White Man’s Dreaming, Oxford University Press, Melbourne, 1994

Strehlow, C., Die Aranda- und Loritja-Stämme in Zentral-Australien IV (ii). Das Soziale Leben der Aranda- und Loritja-Stämme, Joseph Baer & Co., Frankfurt am Main, 1915

Sultan, C. and Bradley, K., Cissy’s story, ZOO, Canberra, 2004

Tapper, N., Bartered brides: Politics, gender and marriage in an Afghan tribal society, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1991

Tipping, M., Ludwig Becker, Melbourne University Press, Melbourne, 1979

Vogelsang, W., The Afghans, Blackwell Publishers, Oxford, 2002

Waite, E.R., ‘Results of the South Australian Museum Expedition to Strzelecki and Cooper Creeks, September and October, 1916’, Transactions of the Royal Society of South Australia, vol. 41, 1917, pp. 405–665

Warburton, P.E., Journey across the Western Interior of Australia, Marston, Low & Searle, London, 1875

Winnecke, C., Journal of the Horn Scientific Exploring Expedition, Government Printer, Adelaide, 1897

Wright, R., The forgotten generation of Norfolk Island and Van Diemen’s Land, Library of Australian History, Sydney, 1986

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