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Gippsland massacres

P. D. Gardner

Gippsland massacres

the destruction of the Kurnai tribes, 1800-1860

by P. D. Gardner

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Published by Ngarak Press in Ensay, Vic .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Gippsland (Vic.),
  • Australia
    • Subjects:
    • Kurnai (Australian people) -- History -- 19th century.,
    • Kurnai (Australian people) -- Wars.,
    • Kurnai (Australian people) -- Social conditions.,
    • Massacres -- Australia -- Gippsland (Vic.) -- History.,
    • Gippsland (Vic.) -- Race relations.,
    • Gippsland (Vic.) -- History.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 112-114) and index.

      Statementby P.D. Gardner.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDU125.K77 G37 2001
      The Physical Object
      Pagination119 p. :
      Number of Pages119
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3599788M
      ISBN 101875254315
      LC Control Number2002327684

        In I made an uncomfortable discovery about my family history. I had a famous great-great-great uncle, I learned: Angus McMillan. He was an Author: Cal Flyn. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Gippsland massacres: The destruction of the Kurnai tribes, at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.5/5.

      Edition: 3rd ed. Description: Ensay, Vic.: Ngarak Press, p.: ill., maps, ports. ; 21 cm. ISBN: (paperback) Summary: Details five major massacres of the Kurnai people of the Gippsland region which occurred prior to ; white conquest; early conflict; secrecy and general evidence; after the massacres; pre-European population of the Kurnai tribes; the explorers; the.   Video Software we use: Ad-free videos. You can support us by purchasing something through our Amazon-Url, thanks:) The Aboriginal people of East Gippsland.

        Author of Gippsland massacres, Our founding murdering father, Through foreign eyes, A Gippsland Union, The language of the Kurnai tribes of Gippsland. Get this from a library! Gippsland massacres: the destruction of the Kurnai tribes, [P D Gardner].


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Gippsland massacres: The destruction of the Kurnai tribes, Unknown Binding – January 1, by5/5(1). Details five major massacres in Gippsland beforeas well as other Gippsland massacres book sites; Warrigal Creek massacre; Boney Point; Butchers Creek; Bushy Park; Slaughtern Gully; Brodribb River; hunt for the White Woman; Kurnai groups; Bidawal; Krauatungalung; Brabiralung; Braickaulung; Bratauolung; Tatunglung; early history of Gippsland region.

Gippsland massacres book   Title Massacres of aboriginals in Gippsland, Author Gardner, Peter Dean Format Journal article Abstract An article which contends that massacresof aboriginals in Gippsland by white settlers was an important factor in their decline, and documents specific massacres.

Location CGSV Keywords Kurnai; Massacres. A spiral bound book titled "Gippsland Massacres" written by Peter Gardner, The Destruction of the Kurnai Tribe It has a pale blue cover with black text. “Gippsland Massacres” and “Through Foreign Eyes” copies now held by the Gippsland and East Gippsland Aboriginal Co-operative, Bairnsdale.

“A Gippsland Union: the Victorian Coal Miners Association ” copies now held by Korumburra Historical Society. The raid into Gippsland and the massacres remembered The eating of flesh Samuel Rawson who was at Kunnung at the time recorded their return on 9 March ‘bringing immense quantities of human flesh with them; it seems they had come upon the tribe when the men were away hunting and killed ten, eight of whom were children’.

Gippsland squatter Henry Meyrick wrote in a letter home to his relatives in England in The blacks are very quiet here now, poor wretches. No wild beast of the forest was ever hunted down with such unsparing perseverance as they are.

Statue of Angus McMillan who was known to lead the settlers in the gippsland massacres Note the scull 'trophies' in his saddle bags.

Angus McMillan, (–), was an explorer and pioneer pastoralist in Gippsland, Victoria. Heritage Network East Gippsland $ Book List. Years of Saints and Sinners - The Centenary History of the Anglican Parish of Bruthen in East Gippsland Kenneth W Campbell - $ A Century of Service, The story of the Buchan Bush Nursing Association Robert Haldane - $ A Gippsland Union - The Victorian Coal Miners Association Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online.

Pages: Chapters: Crime in Melbourne, Murder in Victoria (Australia), People executed by Victoria (Australia), Prisoners and detainees of Victoria (Australia), Ned Kelly, Ronald Ryan, Frederick Bailey Deeming, Queen Street massacre, Colin Campbell Ross, Monash.

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The white woman of Gippsland, or the captive woman of Gippsland, was supposedly a European woman rumoured to have been held against her will by Aboriginal Kurnai people in the Gippsland region of Australia in the s.

Her supposed plight excited searches and much speculation at the time, though nothing to put her existence beyond the level of rumour was ever found. Butchers Creek (E Vic Gippsland SJ) Lake Wellington / Ramahyuck (E Vic Gippsland SJ) Brodribb River (E Vic Gippsland SJ) Gippsland massacres: the destruction of the Kurnai tribe, / by P.D.

Gardner. Home; All editions; This edition;English, Book, Illustrated edition: Gippsland massacres: the destruction of the Kurnai tribes, / by P.D. Gardner. Gippsland Massacres by Peter Dean Gardner,available at Book Depository with free delivery : Peter Dean Gardner.

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"There are a number of books now that catalogue massacres from Queensland all the way to Gippsland, and other atrocities, and I'm not walking away from that," Mr Broadbent said. The Gippsland massacres were a series of mass murders of indigenous Gunai Kurnai people in East Gippsland, Victoria committed by European settlers and the Aboriginal perpetrators often did not record or speak about their actions for fear of prosecution and the death penalty under colonial law, such as what happened at the Myall Creek massacre.

The Scottish explorer who became the butcher of Gippsland been accused of leading massacres in Gippsland,” Flyn says. being related to a massacre perpetrator. Sinclair found the book Author: Ciaran O'mahony. Details about Gippsland Massacres: The Destruction of the Kurnai Tribes Paperback.

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The Gippsland massacres were a series of mass murders of indigenous Gunai Kurnai people in East Gippsland, Victoria committed by European settlers and the Aboriginal Police.

The perpetrators often did not record or speak about their actions for fear of prosecution and the death penalty under colonial law, such as what happened at the Myall Creek massacre.The Book of the Bush "The Settling of Gippsland - A Regional History", by Patrick Morgan, published by Gippsland Municipalities Association, Traralgon, ISBN Gardner, Peter, 'The Warrigal Creek massacre', Journal of the Royal Australian Historical Society, pp.

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