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Much has been published about the early nineteenth century settlement of Fort Dundas on Melville Island, the largest of the Tiwi Islands. In the main, the authors have argued about the reason for the British attempt to colonise this part of Northern Australia, the political or economic aspects of the settlement's disastrous history or the circumstances of convict labour around the fort. 1 The relationship between the Indigenous people of the islands and the Europeans in the settlement hasdoi:10.22459/ah.25.2011.16 fatcat:cyeupkde7bc6llxnexqrzpjsbm