A history of Aboriginal Sydney

Fisher Rd School poles for teaching Aboriginal heritage.
Hannah Matilda Ashby, descendant of Bungaree.
Artefacts from Burragorang Valley courtesy of Camden Museum.
Margaret Slowgrove daughter Karen Maber discover old shed is Margarets 1940s-1950s family home, Botany.
Recording history at Rooty Hill.
Tranby teachers and students.
Aunty Glenda Chalker at Appin Massacre Memorial 2013.
Ernie Dawn, Normie Gale, Lillian Stubbings and Bill Morton.
Daughter of Thomas Fiaschi at Tizzana winery, Sackville Reach, c1900.
Looking from Tribal Warrior.
Mission church in the Gully, Katoomba.
Lilly Cooper and Molly Keenan lived in the Gully, Katoomba, 1948.
Gujaga Child Care Centre.
Les Elvin painting original artwork, Cessnock 2013.
R.H Matthews.
Matora, courtesy AIATSIS.
Joy Reid, Liz Merle McEntyre, Jill Barnes, Debbie Barwick, Mandurah Hunter Indigenous Business Chamber - 2014.
Nancy Hill Wood, Samara Bennett, Bob Waterer, Lilly Bennett, Clair Jackson.
Belgenny Farm equipment, Camden.
The Larpa Family.
Parramatta Park.
Mulgoa children list.
Community discussion group, Euroka Park, lower Blue Mountains.
Bennelong.
Bronwyn Brancroft.
2012 Wonnarua Possum Skin Cloak Making.
Kath Walker.
Tribal Warrior Deckies.
Dawes Point.
Lillian Crombie.

The History of Aboriginal Sydney (HoAS) site is the output of a five year project (2008-2012) supported by the Australian Research Council and the Department of History at the University of Sydney. It was first published in 2014 by the University of Sydney. The initial web architect was Dr Suzana Sukovic at the University of Technology Sydney, and the site was first hosted by the Digital Resources section of that University's Library. HOAS is now hosted at Western Sydney University. It is intended as a means to repatriate histories to the first peoples of Sydney. The site is also intended as an information resource for use in schools and higher education institutuions by Aboriginal families and organisations, and by non-Indigenous people of sydney who wish to learn more about the lives, histories and achievements of Australia's first peoples. To browse through a collection, please touch-tap / click on a tree branch to enter the site.

 

 

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are warned that this site may contain images and voices of deceased persons, which may cause distress.

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