Topics: Families and children

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South Coastal - view

Pamela Young and her two sisters were taken from their mother

West - view

Darug through her mother’s side and Gandangara through her father’s

Central - view

“You have to be better than them to be equal”, said her Dad

South Coastal - view

Donna Daley recounts how her mother went back to Matraville High as an Aboriginal Education Assistant the year after she left school

West - view

He and other staff at Link-Up are currently helping more than 3,000 people to find their way home.

Central - view

an old woman who had had seventeen of her children taken from her

South Coastal - view

Judy tells the story of her mother voting for the first time

West - view

Greg Simms grew up at La Perouse and was taught many things by the old people

Central - view

The family, however, were in denial about their Aboriginality, partly because so many children were being taken away

South Coastal - view

Janny had to leave school because of her mother’s illness

West - view

Uncle Colin Gale recalls some of his family’s working history

Before Cook - North Coastal - view

Bennelong’s wife Barangaroo was a Cameragalleon ( leon indicating female) and was abducted from Manly Cove on Governor Phillip’s command.

1789 - Central - view

family

1789 - Central - view

family

1789 - Central - view

Coleby

1789 - Central - view

Nanbury

1789 - Central - view

Cammeraigal

1790 - Central - view

Barangaroo gives birth to a baby girl Dilboong

1790 - Central - view

small children and babies

1790 - Central - view

foster father to the child Dilboong