Topics: Events

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South West - view

Appin massacre commemoration 2013

North West - view

Sackville Reach Reserve , which closed in the 1940’s

Central - view

Fred Maynard 's Australian Aborigines Progressive Association writing to the king in protest

North Coastal - view

visited Biddy’s grave

Central - view

the drug trade of the 80’s-early 2000’s that “crucified our community”

North Coastal - view

bulldozed in 1959 and the people taken away in a truck

North West - view

Myall Creek massacre

Central - view

went on to join the army and entered the Vietnam War. Uncle Dennis believes that what he experienced as a child being taken away gave him the strength to survive – unlike many who went to war with him.

West - view

WWII

Central - view

first National Aboriginal Dance Conference at The Powerhouse Museum

North Coastal - view

describe their different links to this place

South West - view

the 1984 rally for land rights

South West - view

the establishment of the Gandangara land council in 1985.

Central - view

citizenship in 1967

North Coastal - view

power of individual’s stories, knowledge from past generations, relating to cultural heritage

West - view

the fracturing of the Darug community began in the 1990’s. Much of it developing around issues arising from the Native Title Act .

West - view

Uncle Colin Gale withdrew the claim, thus keeping some control over country for the Darug people

Central - view

the state Aboriginal Welfare Board Act was gradually disbanded starting in 1972 and the end of the managed reserves

Central - view

First World War

West - view

Auntie Joyce Dukes , interviewed at Mingaletta , came to Sydney in 1942 with many other children shipped from the Northern Territory.