Ailwood, Tim 2018, The Quiet Invasion: A History of Early Sydney, Australian Scholarly Publishing
Aveling, Marian and Lyndall Ryan, ‘Myall Creek Massacre’, in Australia 200 Years and Beyond, insert in The Canberra Times, 27 October 1987, pp. 45–50
Australian, Saturday 16 September 1826, p. 2, report of conflict in the Hunter region between Aboriginal people and colonists
Barber, Laurie E 2014, Massacre at Myall Creek, Sid Harta Publishers, Glen Waverly, Victoria
‘The Bathurst Massacres’, Treaty Republic, at: https://treatyrepublic.net/content/bathurst-massacres
Beckett, Jeremy and Tamsin Donaldson with Bradley Steadman and Steve Meredith 2003, Yapapunakirri: Let’s Track Back, The Aboriginal World Around Mount Grenfell, written for the Office of the Registrar, Aboriginal Land Rights Act 1983 (NSW), p. 25
Blomfield, Geoffrey 1986, Baal Belbora, the end of the dancing: The agony of the British invasion of the ancient people of the Three Rivers–the Hastings, the Manning and the Macleay in New South Wales, Alternative Publishing Co-operative
‘Bluff Rock’, Tenterfield Shire Council at: <https://www.tenterfield.nsw.gov.au/community-services-tenterfield/aboriginal-community-tenterfield/1158015-bluff-rock
Butlin, Noel 1983, Our Original Aggression: Aboriginal Populations of Southeastern Australia 1788–1850, North Sydney
Campbell, Judith 2002, Invisible Invaders: Smallpox and Other Diseases in Aboriginal Australia 1780–1880, Melbourne University Press
Coe, Mary 1998, Windradyne: A Wiradjuri Koorie, Aboriginal Studies Press, Canberra
Connor, John 2002, The Australian Frontier Wars 1788–1838, University of New South Wales Press
Corr, Barry, 2016, Pondering the Abyss: a study of the language of settlement on the Hawkesbury Nepean Rivers, online publication, begun in 2008, last updated 28 October 2016. Available at: https://www.nangarra.com.au/documents.html. Pdf version of the full publication at: https://www.nangarra.com.au/docs/pta_all.pdf
Davis-Hurst, Patricia 2010, Sunrise Station revisited, Taree, NSW
Department of Environment and Climate Change, ‘Frontier massacres and the wall of silence,’ In Sad But Loving Memory: Aboriginal Burials of the Last 200 Years in New South Wales, 1998, Reprinted 2007, p. 17 in https://www.environment.nsw.gov.au/resources/cultureheritage/0701SadButLoving.pdf
Flannery, Tim ed. 2009, Watkin Tench 1788, Text Publishing, Melbourne
Gapps, Stephen 2018, The Sydney Wars: Conflict in the early colony, 1788–1817, NewSouth Books. Dr Gapps has updated information in this book about the possible location of the killings of First Fleet convicts, Samuel Davis and William Okey. For many years the site was believed to be at Rushcutter’s Bay as the pair were collecting rushes in the area. However, a 1788 chart of Sydney Harbour drawn by William Bradley, backed up by information from diaries of the time, is now believed to be the location of their deaths, according to Dr Gapps. Read more in Tim Barlass’s story, ‘Frontier wars: lieutenants’s log maps Haberfield as ground zero‘, The Canberra Times, 11 March 2019 at: https://www.canberratimes.com.au/national/frontier-wars-lieutenant-s-log-maps-haberfield-as-ground-zero-20190305-p511ss.html.
Gipps, John, Every Inch a Governor: Sir George Gipps, Governor of New South Wales 1838–46, Hobson’s Bay Publishing, 1996
Golder, Hillary, ‘Evidence and Accountability: Creating and Using the Public Record’, The Annual History Lecture, History Council of New South Wales, Sydney, 2006.
Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons, Australian Aborigines Copies or extracts of despatches relative to the massacres of various Aborigines in Australia, in the year 1838, and respecting the trial of their murderers [electronic resource]. Available on Proquest through major libraries at: HTTP://parlipapers.proquest.com/parlipapers/docview/t70.d75.1839-018428; also at:
Harman, Kristyn 2012, Aboriginal Convicts: Australian, Khoisan and Maori Exiles, UNSW Press, Sydney
Jackson-Nakano, Ann 2001, The Kamberri: A History of Aboriginal Families in the ACT and Surrounds, Weereewaa History Series Volume 1, Aboriginal History Monograph 8, Canberra
Karskens, Grace, 2015, ‘Appin Massacre’, Dictionary of Sydney at: https://dictionaryofsydney.org/entry/appin_massacre
Lim, Jonathan 2016, The Battle of Parramatta 21 to 22 March 1797, Australian Scholarly Publishing Pty Ltd, North Melbourne, Victoria
Logan, William and Keir Reeves eds c. 2009, Places of pain and shame: dealing with ‘difficult heritage’, Routledge, Milton Park, Abington, Oxon; New York. (Part I Massacre and genocide sites; Part 5 The Myall Creek Memorial: history, identity and reconciliation).
Lydon, Jane, ‘”no moral doubt …”: Aboriginal evidence and the Kangaroo Creek poisoning, 1847–1849,’ Aboriginal History, 1996, 20, pp. 151–175 at: https://press-files.anu.edu.au/downloads/press/p72561/pdf/article0714.pdf
Lydon, Jane and Lyndall Ryan eds 2018, Remembering the Myall Creek Massacre, NewSouth Books
Macklin, Robert 2016, Hamilton Hume: Our Greatest Explorer, Hachette Australia, Sydney, New South Wales
‘Massacre at Appin in 1816’, Campbelltown and Airds Historical Society Inc. at: https://www.cahs.com.au/massacre-at-appin-1816.html
Mear, Craig, ‘The origin of the smallpox outbreak in Sydney in 1789’, Journal of the Royal Australian Historical Society, Vol. 94, Part 1, June 2008, pp. 1–22, available on the Treaty Republic website at: https://treatyrepublic.net/node/651
Medcalf, Rory c. 1989, 1993, Rivers of blood: massacres of Northern Rivers Aborigines and their resistance to the white occupation 1838–1870, Lismore, New South Wales
Millis, Roger 1992, Waterloo Creek: the Australia Day Massacre of 1838, George Gipps and the Conquest of New South Wales, McPhee Gribble, Ringwood, Victoria
‘More Murder By the Blacks’, Hunter River District News, Armidale, Maitland Mercury and Hunter River General Advertiser, Saturday, 11 September 1852, p. 2 (Article on the killings that became known as the “Meldrum Massacre”) at: https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/rendition/nla.news-article663728.3.pdf?followup=281f105b96029e46b61058fbe255f4ca
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Myall Creek Massacre (1838), Creative Spirits at: https://www.creativespirits.info/aboriginalculture/history/myall-creek-massacre-1838, accessed on 9 April 2015
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“Old Hand”, “The Meldrum Massacre”, from ‘Early Dorrigo: Memoirs of Mr W.J. Sinclair’, Don Dorrigo Gazette and Guy Fawkes Advocate, Friday 20 August 1926, p. 6 at: https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/172016500?browse=ndp%3Abrowse%2Ftitle%2FD%2Ftitle%2F879%2F1926%2F08%2F20%2Fpage%2F20543888%2Farticle%2F172016500
Organ, Michael, comp. 1990, A Documentary History of the Illawarra and South Coast Aborigines 1770–1850, Aboriginal Education Unit, Wollongong University
Organ, Michael and AP Doyle 1995, Historical Records of the Illawarra Region of New South Wales, Australia 1770–1855: A Chronological Guide to Sources and Events
Organ, Michael K and Carol Speechley 1997, Illawarra Aborigines–An Introductory History, University of Wollongong, Research Online, available at: https://ro.uow.edu.au/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?referer=https://www.google.com/&httpsredir=1&article=1022&context=asdpapers
Organ, Michael K 1990, Illawarra and South Coast Aborigines 1770–1850, Aboriginal Education Unit, University of Wollongong, download available from: https://ro.uow.edu.au/uowbooks/7/
Organ, Michael K 1993, Illawarra and South Cost Aborigines 1770-–1900, Report to the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies, available from Research Online, University of Wollongong at: https://ro.uow.edu.au/asdpapers/118/
Organ, Michael K 2016, Appin Massacre and Governor Macquarie’s War 1816, With Secrecy and Despatch Symposium, Campbelltown Arts Centre, 9 April 2016, University of Wollongong Research Online at: https://ro.uow.edu.au/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1562&context=asdpapers
O’Rourke, Michael 2009, Passages to the North-west Plains: The Colonial discovery and Occupation of East-Central New South Wales, 1816–26, Canberra. Covers exploration by Oxley, Howe, Lawson and Cunningham and includes an extended discussion of the armed conflict between Aborigines, settlers and police in the Hunter Valley, 1825–26. Available on the Mudgee District History website at: https://www.mudgeehistory.com.au/earlysettlement/passages_p1.html
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Poulter, Jim 2016, The Dust of the Mindeye: The use of biological warfare in the conquest of Australia, self-published
Powell, Michael 2016, Musquito Brutality and Exile–Aboriginal Resistance in New South Wales and Van Diemen’s Land, Fullers Bookshop
Read, Peter 1988, A Hundred Years War: the Wiradjuri people and the state, Australian National University Press, Canberra
R. v. Kirby and Thompson  NSWKR 11;  NSWSupC 11: trial of convicts John Kirby and John Thompson for the wilful murder of Burragong (King Jack), at Newcastle, New South Wales on 27 October 1820. John Kirby was found guilty of Burragong’s murder and was executed. Kirby was the first European in the colony of New South Wales to be executed for killing an Aboriginal person. For a transcript of the trial see: https://www.law.mq.edu.au/research/colonial_case_law/nsw/cases/case_index/1820/r_v_kirby/
Report of the Myall Creek Massacre, 1838
Held by the State Archives of New South Wales, this is one of the first official reports of the atrocity that happened on Myall Creek station on 10 June 1838 when stockmen murdered 28 Aboriginal men, women and children.
“In October 1836, William Hobbs became an overseer of Mr Henry Dangar’s three cattle stations on the Big River, one of which was on the Myall Creek (near Inverell). As the first person encountering evidence of the incident [at Myall Creek] and formally reporting it, he became one of the main Crown witnesses in the subsequent murder trials in Sydney. Seven men were eventually convicted and executed for their involvement in the massacre. It was the first time a group of white men were hanged for the murder of Aboriginal people, although the murder of the Chief of the Newcastle tribe in 1820 had resulted in the execution of an individual (the convict John Kirby).
Hobbs subsequently had difficulty finding employment in the pastoral industry, but he was appointed Chief Constable, Wollombi and McDonald River from 1847-50, Chief Constable Windsor, 1850-64, Gaoler at Windsor 1864-65; and Gaoler at Wollongong from 6 September 1865 until his death on 8 April 1871.” See a copy of the original report and a transcript at: https://gallery.records.nsw.gov.au/index.php/galleries/50-years-at-state-records-nsw/2-10/
Salisbury, T and PJ Gresser 1971, Windradyne of the Wiradjuri: Martial Law at Bathurst in 1824, Wentworth Books Pty Ltd, Surry Hills, Sydney
Schlunke, Katrina A 2005, Bluff Rock: Autobiography of a Massacre, Curtin University Books, Western Australia
Silverstein, Ben ed., 2018, Conflict, Adaptation, Transformation: Richard Broome and the practice of Aboriginal history, Aboriginal Studies Press
Somerville, Margaret and Tony Perkins 2010, Singing the Coast, Aboriginal Studies Press, Canberra
Stewart, Lyn 2015, Blood Revenge: Murder on the Hawkesbury, Rosenberg Publishing
Stubbins, Ted and Paulette Smith 2001, The Myall Creek massacre: its history, its memorial and the opening ceremony, Myall Creek Memorial Committee, Bingara, New South Wales
Summons, John 1993, Massacre at Myall Creek, Cambridge University Press, Melbourne. A play about the Myall Creek Massacre.
Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser, Saturday 4 May 1816, p. 1, Governor Macquarie’s Proclamation against Aboriginal people
‘Tabulam’s First Settler: The Tragic End of Peter Pagan,’ Brisbane Courier, Tuesday 13 March, 1928, p. 17
Tedeschi, Mark, ‘Justice evaded, justice denied’, Inside History, May–June 2014, pp. 40–45. A re-examination of the trials of those responsible for the 1838 Myall Creek massacre, New South Wales. Part 1 in a two-part series.
Tedeschi, Mark, ‘We remember them’, Inside History, July–August 2014, pp. 46–51. Part 2 of a re-examination of the trial of those responsible for the 1838 Myall Creek massacre, New South Wales.
Tedeschi, Mark 2016, Murder at Myall Creek: The trial that defined a nation, Simon & Schuster (Australia) Pty Limited, Cammeray, New South Wales
Tedeschi, Mark 2017, Speech on War Crimes and Genocide, Myall Creek Massacre Memorial Ceremony, Myall Creek Memorial Site, Sunday 11 June. Full text of speech available at: https://www.myallcreek.org/index.php/june-ceremony/13-speeches/28-2017-speaker-mark-tedeschi
Thomas, Liz 2013, ‘Aboriginal history of the Coffs Harbour Region’, Coffs Harbour City Library
Turbet, Peter 2011, The First Frontier: the Occupation of the Sydney Region 1788–1816, Rosenberg
Warren, Chris, ‘Was Sydney’s smallpox outbreak in 1789 an act of biological warfare against Aboriginal tribes?’, ‘Ockham’s Razor’, ABC Radio National, 17 April 2014 at: https://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/ockhamsrazor/was-sydneys-smallpox-outbreak-an-act-of-biological-warfare/5395050
Wikipedia, ‘New South Wales Police Force’ at: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_South_Wales_Police_Force
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