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An Aboriginal community in north-west Western Australia tells the story of the killing in by local pastoralists and police of family members at Mowla Bluff.
See, among other sources, Wikipedia entry on Windradyne at http: Includes reference to massacres in Victoria. See, among other sources, Wikipedia entry on Yagan, an Aboriginal warrior from Western Australia who played a key role in resistance around Perth.
In the Yolgnu clans sent the petitions in Yolgnu Matha and English to the Federal Parliament in protest against the excision of land from their reserve for bauxite mining. The land was taken without consultation with the people of Yirrkala.
Details available at http: Other references are listed above alphabetically by author or can be found in the bibliographies in the books and journals, or on the websites, listed below.
Monticone, JudithHealing the Land: A closer look at the needs of the Australian Reconciliation Movement, Vol. Produced with the assistance of the Indigenous Department of Screen Australia; in association with the Australian Broadcasting Corporation and with the assistance of Screen Territory.
Dialogue in Walpiri with English subtitles. Rose, Deborah BirdHidden Histories: Assessing Violent Mortality on the Queensland Frontier Richards, JonathanThe Secret War: A link to the paper is at: Ms Flyn also lists other massacres that happened in Gippsland. Flyn, CalThicker Than Water: Includes information about conflicts between Aboriginal people and colonists in central Victoria on pages 6 to 9.
Bridge, Peter JBang-em-all: Violence between "settlers" and Aboriginal people in the south Pilbara. More about his life and struggle can be found in: Collins, PatrickGoodbye Bussamarai: After a controversial Darwin trial Dhakiyarr Wirrpanda was sentenced to death.
As the case was heard in the Northern Territory an appeal, the first relating to an Aboriginal person, was made to the High Court of Australia, which ordered his release and return to Country on 8 November Shortly after his release Dhakiyarr Wirrpanda disappeared.
What happened to him is still a mystery, although it is possible that he was murdered. Dundalli Connors, LibbyDundalli c. This entry is republished on this website at http: Connors, LibbyWarrior: Black Australians Who Fought Back, pp.
See for example, the Wikipedia entry at http: Less well-known than some of his compatriots, calls have been made for Kickerterpoller to be memorialised.
More information on Kickerterpoller can be found in sources such as: He waged war on colonists after sealers betrayed him.
Read more about him on this website at http: More about his life can be found in:On July 26, , during the epic Battle of the Somme, Australian troops taking part in their first offensive action on the Western Front battle the Germans at.
This was what faced the men of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (Anzacs) at Gallipoli in , their first ever campaign. Content in externally sourced articles is not necessarily the opinion of the Sovereign Union and is included for reference and general information purposes only.
This book is interesting but a bit tedious. It goes into great detail which at first is interesting but the subject matter is very repetitive causing my interest to lessen . The most comprehensive genomic study of Indigenous Australians to date not only confirms they are the descendants of the first people to inhabit Australia, but that there is remarkable genetic.
It confirms modern Aboriginal Australians are the descendants of the first people to inhabit Australia — a claim that has previously been the subject of debate.