Bibliography

Victoria (VIC)

Attwood, Bain 2017, The Good Country: The Djadja Wurrung, The Settlers and The Protectorate, Monash University Publishing, Melbourne

Bride, Thomas Francis, Letters from Victorian Pioneers: Being A Series of Papers on the Early Occupation of the Colony, the Aborigines, etc., published for the Trustees of the Public Library, Melbourne, 1898(9) available at: https://ia802704.us.archive.org/0/items/lettersfromvicto00publiala/lettersfromvicto00publiala.pdf

Cannon, Michael 1990, Who Killed the Koories?, William Heinemann Australia, Melbourne

Clark, Ian D 1995, Scars in the Landscape: A Register of Massacre Sites in Western Victoria, 1803–1859, Aboriginal Studies Press

Clark, Ian D, ‘The Convincing Ground Aboriginal massacre at Portland Bay, Victoria: fact or fiction?’, Aboriginal History, Vo. 35 (2011), pp. 79–109 at: http://press.anu.edu.au/apps/bookworm/view/Aboriginal+History+Volume+35,+2011/7171/Text/G04%20Clark.html, accessed on 9 April 2015

Connor, Michael, ‘Convincing Ground: a history,’ Quadrant online, 23 March 2009 at: http://quadrant.org.au/opinion/history-wars/2007/12/convincing-ground-a-history-2/, accessed on 9 April 2015 (An alternative view of the historical evidence relating to the Convincing Ground massacre).

Critchett, Jan 1990, A Distant Field of Murder: Western District Frontiers, 1834–1848, Melbourne University Press

Fels, Marie Hansen 2011, I succeeded once: the Aboriginal Protectorate on the Mornington Peninsula, 1839–1840, ANU E Press, ACT

Flyn, Cal 2016, Thicker Than Water: A Memoir of Family, Secrets, Guilt and History, Fourth Estate, Harper CollinsPublishers Australia

Gardner, Peter 1987, Our Founding Murdering Father: Angus McMillan and the Kurnai Tribe of Gippsland 1839–1865, self-published.

Gardner, Peter 1987, Through Foreign Eyes, CGS, Churchill

Gardner, Peter 1993, Gippsland Massacres: The destruction of the Kurnai Tribes 1800–1860, Ngarak Press, Ensay, Victoria

Grant, Lachlan, ‘”The Fighting Gunditjmara”––Indigenous people have fought for country and for nation, from frontier wars to world wars’, Wartime: Official Magazine of the Australian War Memorial, Issue 76, Spring 2016, pp. 18–24. The article is available for download on academia.edu at: https://www.academia.edu/28806593/The_fighting_Gunditjmara_Indigenous_people_have_fought_for_country_and_for_nation_from_frontier_wars_to_world_wars

The article includes information about conflicts over land and resources between Europeans and Aborigines from the 1830s, particularly the Eumeralla War fought in western Victoria in the 1840s between Europeans and the Gunditjmara Aboriginal people who were fighting for their country and survival.

Land, Clare 2014, Tunnerminnerwait and Maulboyheenner: the involvement of Aboriginal people from Tasmania in key events of early Melbourne, City of Melbourne

Lay, John 2016, Boodgery: First Contact in the Mid Murray 1820–1860, Not So Shabby Books

‘The Liverpool Plains and Port Phillip Districts, 1838’, in John Connor 2002, The Australian Frontier Wars 1788–1838, University of New South Wales Press, pp. 102–122

Macklin, Robert 2016, Hamilton Hume: Our Greatest Explorer, Hachette Australia, Sydney, New South Wales

Martin, Davey 2011, Essays on the Western District frontier 1835–45: eye-opening studies on secrets kept since Victoria’s frontier days: about our Aborigines, our pioneers and our unknown convicts, PenFolk Publishing, Blackburn, Victoria

Munro, Chris, ‘Victoria’s silent shame’, footprints, Tracker, Vol 3, Issue 24, July 2013, pp. 48–49 (article about the massacres of the Kurnai of Victoria)

Niewøjt, Lawrence, ‘The massacre of the Gadubanud at Aire River,’ Victorian Historical Journal, Vol. 81, No. 2 (November 2010), pp. 193–213. Abstract at: http://aavexternal.firstsoftwaresolutions.com/fullRecord.jsp?recnoListAttr=recnoList&recno=7233, accessed on 9 April 2015

Pascoe, Bruce 2007, Convincing Ground: Learning to fall in love with your country, Aboriginal Studies Press, Canberra

Pascoe, Bruce 2014, Dark Emu–Black Seeds: agriculture or accident? Magabala Books, Broome, Western Australia

Randell, JO 1982, Pastoral Settlement in Northern Victoria. Volume 2, The Campaspe District, Chandos, Burwood, Victoria

Ryan, Lyndall, ‘Aboriginal agents, victims and voyagers: Richard Broome’s contribution to the debate about the frontier wars in Victoria’, Chapter 2 in Ben Silverstein ed., Conflict, Adaptation, Transformation: Richard Broome and the practice of Aboriginal history, Aboriginal Studies Press, 2018, pp. 18–37

Ryan, Lyndall, ‘Settler massacres on the Port Phillip frontier, 1836–1851’, Journal of Australian Studies, Vol. 34, No. 3 (September 2010), pp. 257–273. A description of the article is at: http://novaprd-lb.newcastle.edu.au/vital/access/manager/Repository/uon:10799;jsessionid=6EB57A37552233D4E4ADC08A97B6855D?f0=sm_subject%3A%22settlers%22, accessed on 9 April 2015

Tully, John 1997, Djaja Wurrung Language of Central Victoria, Dunnolly, Victoria. (Includes some conflicts on pages 6 to 9.)

Woiwod, Mick 2012, Birrarung database [CD-ROM], Tarcoola Press, Kangaroo Ground, Victoria

Woiwod, Mick 2017, Barak vs The Black Hats of Melbourne: The untold story of how the Black Hats destroyed Coranderrk, Victoria

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