Greg Melick, the AWM and Frontier Wars

2023-07-13T15:59:21+10:00July 13th, 2023|

https://johnmenadue.com/greg-melick-the-awm-and-frontier-wars/ Posted by Noel Turnbull on Pearls and Irritations, 22 June 2023

The Australian Wars: Evidence from Queensland

2024-02-01T14:25:44+11:00October 8th, 2022|

In a Special SBS Documentary, journalist Kerry O'Brien discussed frontier violence from a Queensland perspective, drawing on records  found in the Queensland State Archives. Watch the program  broadcast on 6 October 2022 here. On YouTube since 11 September 2023:  The Australian Wars: Evidence from Queensland, 2022: Special, Documentary, Blackfella [...]

Reason and Reckoning: Conversations and Provocations Symposium

2022-06-05T14:16:05+10:00June 5th, 2022|

Reason and Reckoning: Conversations and Provocations Symposium on the legacy of colonial figures like Sir Samuel Griffith, and his role in the killing of First Nations people in late 19th-century Queensland. Names of 'founding fathers' like Griffith's are still widespread throughout the Australian landscape and Australian institutions. 'This symposium, [...]

Friends of Myall Creek competition entries close 31 May 2021

2023-06-01T09:03:56+10:00May 5th, 2021|

Thoughts 'N' Dreams Competition 2021 Theme Friends of Myall Creek Memorial student art, writing and song competition entries close Monday 31st May 2021. Enter now. More details at: https://myallcreek.org/2021/04/05/thoughts-n-dreams-competition/

New magazine details violent history between colonists and Anaiwan speakers

2018-07-10T23:21:04+10:00July 10th, 2018|

University of New England researchers have produced a new magazine, Resisting New England, detailing frontier conflicts that occurred between colonists and Anaiwan speakers between 1832 and the mid-1840s. The magazine is aimed primarily at Anaiwan people from the New England area of New South Wales, Australia. Read more about the [...]

Australian Frontier Conflicts website new Facebook page

2018-01-07T22:13:40+11:00January 7th, 2018|

Hello All, Since this website was updated and went live in late 2017, the Facebook page connected to the site has also changed. If you were a member of the old Facebook page and would like to rejoin, click on the Facebook icon on the front page of this site [...]

Remembering Dundalli and the Frontier Wars

2018-01-03T19:43:38+11:00January 3rd, 2018|

(Image: Courtesy, Meredith Walker) Dundalli was an Aboriginal warrior who fought to protect his people and country from European invasion. On the anniversary of Dundalli's public hanging on 5 January 1855, a remembrance service, led by Bishop Jeremy Greaves, will be held at St Mark's Buderim, Queensland at 2.00 pm on [...]

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