Publications by: Heather Burke

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Cole, Noelene, Wallis, Lynley A., Burke, Heather, Barker, Bryce, and Rinyirru Aboriginal Corporation, (2020) ‘On the brink of a fever stricken swamp’: culturally modified trees and land-people relationships at Lower Laura (Boralga) Native Mounted Police camp, Cape York Peninsula. Australian Archaeology, 86 (1). pp. 21-36.

Barker, Bryce, Wallis, Lynley A., Burke, Heather, Cole, Noelene, Lowe, Kelsey, Artym, Ursula, Pagels, Anthony, Bateman, Leanne, Hatte, Elizabeth, De Leiuen, Cherrie, Davidson, Iain, and Zimmerman, Larry (2020) The archaeology of the ‘Secret War’: the material evidence of conflict on the Queensland frontier, 1849–1901. Queensland Archaeological Research, 23. pp. 25-41.

Burke, Heather, Barker, Bryce, Cole, Noelene, Wallis, Lynley A., Hatte, Elizabeth, Davidson, Iain, and Lowe, Kelsey (2018) The Queensland native police and strategies of recruitment on the Queensland frontier, 1849–1901. Journal of Australian Studies, 42 (3). pp. 297-313.

Lowe, Kelsey M., Cole, Noelene, Burke, Heather, Wallis, Lynley A., Barker, Bryce, Hatte, Elizabeth, and Rinyirru Aboriginal Corporation, (2018) The archaeological signature of 'ant bed' mound floors in the northern tropics of Australia: case study on the Lower Laura (Boralga) Native Mounted Police Camp, Cape York Peninsula. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports, 19. pp. 686-700.

Wallis, Lynley A., Davidson, Iain, Burke, Heather, Mitchell, Scott, Barker, Bryce, Hatte, Elizabeth, Cole, Noelene, and Lowe, Kelsey M. (2017) Aboriginal stone huts along the Georgina River, southwest Queensland. Queensland Archaeological Research, 20. pp. 1-8.

Burke, Heather, Wallis, Lynley, Barker, Bryce, Tutty, Megan, Cole, Noelene, Davidson, Iain, Hatte, Elizabeth, and Lowe, Kelsey (2017) The homestead as fortress: fact or folklore? Aboriginal History, 41. pp. 151-176.

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