Laying the Bait
by The Dog Stiffener
ISBN 978-0-85905-229-0, (2011), 13pp, 40grams
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Detailing the use of poison on and by Aboriginals in Western Australia.
Contrary to the popular opinion that aboriginals were systematically poisoned by white settlers, most poisoning among them was either derived from their own use of dingo poison to remove competitors or enemies, black, white and brindle, or from mistaken use of arsenic and strychnine baits meant for insects and predators.