Colebee land grant and the silcrete mine site: Gordon Morton

Uncle Gordon Morton visits the site of The Native Insititute and Colebee’s land grant, Blacktown. He describes Stonecutter’s Ridge, a large Aboriginal site where silcrete was mined and traded since long before white settlement. He also explains how stone tools were made and the uses of different kinds of stone. Uncle Gordon is also in charge of a local reburial.

Keywords: Identity; material culture; heritage; early settlement; change, city; archaeology; pre-settlement