Over on the New England Australia blog I have started bringing up a series that looks at New England Aboriginal life and mixes past and present. The entry point for the series is here.
It is quite some time since I have done a consolidation of the various posts I have written on the history of New England's Aboriginal peoples. There are quite a few now.
Over the next week or so, I am going to use this post as a consolidation point. I will keep it as the front post until I have finished. So please drop back from time to time until I have finished.
Please note that there is some replication between the posts. That's inevitable in the blogging format.
Please note, too, that my views have changed over time. I have put the posts in date order so that you can see the changes.
- This post from 25 June 2007, Towards a Course on the History of New England- The Colonial Period, looks at how a school course might be structured, including the approach as I saw it then to the integration of Aboriginal history.
- 5 October 2009, Sandra Bowdler on Bora sites
- 19 October, 2009, Bibliography of Aboriginal dreaming stories
- 6 April 2010, Anne Curthoy's Freedom Ride.
- 1 June 2010, Unrecognised and now almost unknown: explorations through the history of the broader New England
- 27 December 2010, Social Change in New England 1950-2000 11: the Aborigines
- 13 January 2011, Discovering Aboriginal New England
Aborigines & the Changing Environment
- 17 August 2010, Aboriginal populations and sea level change
- 2 March 2008, Aboriginal midwife - the mystery of May Yarrowyck
- 23 May 2009, May Yarrowyck - an update
- 17 December 2008, New England's Aborigines - The work of Professor Peter Austin on linguistics.
- 7 November 2009, Impact of State Boundaries on Aboriginal Language Groups
- 15 January 2011, Environment and the distribution of Aboriginal languages in NSW
- 2 May 2011,Introduction to New England's Aboriginal languages
- 25 February 2011, Introducing warfare in Aboriginal Australia