Aboriginal History – Early Sources
- Bradley, W (1969) A voyage to New South Wales Lieutenant William Bradley RN of HMS Sirius 1786-1792 Sydney, Ure Smith
- Collins D (1798) An account of the English Colony in New South Wales (Vol 1)
- Flannery T ed (1996) Watkin Tench 1788. A narrative of the expedition to Botany Bay and A complete account of the settlement at Port Jackson Melbourne, The Text Company
- Howitt A W (1904) The native tribes of south-east Australia London, Macmillan
- White J (1790) Journal of a voyage to new(sic) South Wales Debrett, London
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Aboriginal History – Later Sources
- Aboriginal Heritage Office (2015) Filling a Void: A Review for the Historical Context for the use of the Word ‘Gurgingai’ Aboriginal Heritage Office
- Ellis J A (1994) Australia’s Aboriginal Heritage Harperschools
- Goodall H (1996) Invasion to Embassy. Land in Aboriginal Politics in New South Wales, 1770-1972 St Leondards, Allen & Unwin
- Gammage B (2011) The Biggest Estate on Earth, How Aborigines Made Australia Crows Nest, Allen & Unwin
- Kenny J (1973) (1973) Bennelong, first notable aboriginal Royal Australian Historical Society
- Lawlor R (1991) Voices of the First Day. Awakening in the Aboriginal Dreamtime Rochester, Inner Traditions International
- Pascoe B (2014) Dark Emu, Magabala Books
- Reynolds H (1996) Frontier, Aborigines, Settlers and Land (Reissue), St Leondards, Allen & Unwin
- Currie J (2008) Bo-ra-ne Ya-goo-na Par-ry-boo-go Yesterday Today Tomorrow: An Aboriginal History of Willoughby Willoughby City Council
- Grant S (2019) Australia Day, Harper Collins
- Troy J (2019) The Sydney Language, AIATSIS
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Aboriginal People, Australian Archaeology, Books, etc
- Attenbrow, V (2010) Sydney’s Aboriginal Past. Investigating the archaeological and historical records 2nd ed, UNSW Press
- Bird Rose, D (2002) Country of the Heart. An Indigenous Australian Homeland, Aboriginal Studies Press
- Donaldson, I and T, Donaldson eds (1985) Seeing the first Australians Sydney, George Allen and Unwin
- Flood J (1990) The Riches of Ancient Australia. An indispensable guide for exploring Prehistoric Australia St Lucia, University of Queensland Press
- Griffiths B (2019) Deep Time Dreaming: Uncovering Ancient Australia, Black Inc Books
- Kijas, J (2005) Revival, Renewal & Return. Ray Kelly & the NSW Sites of Significance Survey, DEC
- Koch H and L Hercus (eds) (2009) Aboriginal Place Names, Naming and Re-naming the Australian Landscape ANU E Press and Aboriginal History
- Jones R (1969) Fire-stick farming. Australian Natural History 16(7) : 224-28
- Langford R (1983) ‘Our heritage – your playground’, Australian Archaeology 16 : 1-6
- Mowaljarlai D and C Peck (1987) ‘Ngarinyin cultural continuity: a project to teach the young people the culture, including the re-painting of Wandjina rock art sites’, Australian Aboriginal Studies 2 : 71-8
- Mowaljarlai D (1993) Yorro Yorro: Everything Standing Up Alive, Magabala Books
- Mowaljarlai D, P Vinnicombe, G K Ward, C Chippendale (1988) ‘Repainting of images on rock in Australia and the maintenance of Aboriginal culture’, Antiquity 62(237) : 690-6
- Mulvaney D J (1975) The Prehistory of Australia Penguin Books
- Robinson, CJ, Barber, M, Hill, R, Gerrard, E, James, G (2016). Protocols for Indigenous fire management partnerships, CSIRO, Brisbane.
- Stanbury P and J Clegg (1990) A Field Guide to Aboriginal Rock Engravings Oxford University Press, Melbourne
- Turbet P (1989) The Aborigines of the Sydney district before 1788 Kangaroo Press, Kenthurst
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- Bachelard M (1997) The Great Land Grab Hyland House
- Behrendt L, et al (2019) Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Legal Relations 2, Oxford University Press.
- Butt P and R Eagleson (1996) Mabo. What the High Court said and what the government did 2nd Edition. The Federation Press
Author: Rielly, Derek
Publisher: Pan Macmillan Australia
Publication Date: 24 September 2019
He is a Yolngu man. Unlike many Indigenous people of his generation, Gulpilil spent his childhood in the bush, outside the range of non-Aboriginal influences.
- Australia Day
Published: 15th April 2019
Drawn from a collection of essays and speeches, the new volume ‘‘joins the dots’’ of these writings through reflections on land, family, race, history and nation: five things that, he suggests, go to the heart of his identity.
- On Identity
Published: 7th May 2019
Bestselling author Stan Grant explores how identity is being hijacked to incite hate.
- Fire Country
Published: 18th February 2020
If you would like to know why modern fire management doesn’t work and you would like to see why cultural burning with deep traditional ecological roots is working, this is the book to read. An essential for anyone involved in land management, bush regeneration, fire management, conservation, farming and government.
- First Footprints
Published: October 2013
For those wishing to further their knowledge of Australia’s Aboriginal people this is truly illuminating (the TV series is also fabulous).
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