The Resource Aboriginal people at Homebush Bay : from the Wann-gal to the present day, written by Paul Irish

Aboriginal people at Homebush Bay : from the Wann-gal to the present day, written by Paul Irish

Label
Aboriginal people at Homebush Bay : from the Wann-gal to the present day
Title
Aboriginal people at Homebush Bay
Title remainder
from the Wann-gal to the present day
Statement of responsibility
written by Paul Irish
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Annotation pending
Cataloging source
NSL
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Irish, Paul
Dewey number
994.410049915
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
  • portraits
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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Sydney Olympic Park Authority
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  • Aboriginal History & Connections Program
  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Homebush Bay (N.S.W.)
Label
Aboriginal people at Homebush Bay : from the Wann-gal to the present day, written by Paul Irish
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Cover title
  • "June 2005"
  • "This report has been prepared as a summary of the research work undertaken by the Sydney Olympic Park Authority's ("SOPA") Aboriginal History & Connections Program ("AHCP") from its inception in 2002 until the end of June 2005. Although this report is detailed and fully referenced it is intended mainly as a guide to the collection of information gathered by the AHCP and currently held by the SOPA ... " -- p. 14
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 223-235
Contents
Introduction -- The Aboriginal History & Connections Program -- How to use this report -- The setting: : The Wann-gal; the environment of Wann: overview, shoreline, bays & islands, forest country, Homebush Bay -- European history 1788-2005 -- Traditional life of the Wann-gal : how do we know how they lived?; Where they lived; What tools and equipment they used : stone implements, wood and bark implements, other implements; What they ate: fish, shellfish, crustaceans, land animals, birds, plants and trees; Cultural beliefs and customs: creation stories, cultural identity, beliefs associated with death, the cultural significance of Homebush Bay; managing their land -- Aboriginal Homebush Bay: 1788-1820: first contacts; early explorations; the foundation of Rose Hill; Escaped/lost convicts and lost marines; travellers by river and road; workers on the river; The effects of disease; Interactions with the settlements: living with Europeans; Europeanisation;p Conflict; Continuity of cultural practices: traditional food gathering, language, custom and ceremony, cultural identity, adaptation -- Aboriginal Homebush Bay: 1820-1850: Moving to the fringes; Where did Aboriginal people live?; From the Wann-gal to the "tribes" : the "Concord" tribe, the "Kissing Point Tribe"; The "Duck River" Tribe; Living with Europeans; Interaction with Europeans; Conflct; Continuity of cultural practices: traditional food gathering, language, custom and ceremony, cultural identity, adaptation -- Aboriginal Homebush Bay: 1850-1950: The remaining Wann-gal and their neighbours; new arrivals -- Aboriginal Homebush Bay: 1950-2005: Aboriginal people living in the area: private residents, Silverwater and Mulawa prisons; The current population; Working at Homebush; Recreational and cultural activities : collecting Mangrove wood; Other recent associations : Darug descendents and Aboriginal land councils; Bicentennial Park; Memorials to the Wann-gal; The Sydney 2000 Games; The Aboriginal History & Connections Program : Aboriginal sites survey (2003); Aboriginal Community Consultation (2002 to 2005); Oral History Recording Program (2003 to 2005); People of the saltwater and saltmarshes; The future? -- Homebush Bay and Aboriginal history
Control code
000043523187
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
236, [39] p.
Governing access note
Open access - reading. Closed copying & limited use. Not for Inter-Library Loan
Immediate source of acquisition
Paul Irish;
Other physical details
col. ill., facsims, maps, ports.
Stock number
MAR09/006
Label
Aboriginal people at Homebush Bay : from the Wann-gal to the present day, written by Paul Irish
Publication
Note
  • Cover title
  • "June 2005"
  • "This report has been prepared as a summary of the research work undertaken by the Sydney Olympic Park Authority's ("SOPA") Aboriginal History & Connections Program ("AHCP") from its inception in 2002 until the end of June 2005. Although this report is detailed and fully referenced it is intended mainly as a guide to the collection of information gathered by the AHCP and currently held by the SOPA ... " -- p. 14
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 223-235
Contents
Introduction -- The Aboriginal History & Connections Program -- How to use this report -- The setting: : The Wann-gal; the environment of Wann: overview, shoreline, bays & islands, forest country, Homebush Bay -- European history 1788-2005 -- Traditional life of the Wann-gal : how do we know how they lived?; Where they lived; What tools and equipment they used : stone implements, wood and bark implements, other implements; What they ate: fish, shellfish, crustaceans, land animals, birds, plants and trees; Cultural beliefs and customs: creation stories, cultural identity, beliefs associated with death, the cultural significance of Homebush Bay; managing their land -- Aboriginal Homebush Bay: 1788-1820: first contacts; early explorations; the foundation of Rose Hill; Escaped/lost convicts and lost marines; travellers by river and road; workers on the river; The effects of disease; Interactions with the settlements: living with Europeans; Europeanisation;p Conflict; Continuity of cultural practices: traditional food gathering, language, custom and ceremony, cultural identity, adaptation -- Aboriginal Homebush Bay: 1820-1850: Moving to the fringes; Where did Aboriginal people live?; From the Wann-gal to the "tribes" : the "Concord" tribe, the "Kissing Point Tribe"; The "Duck River" Tribe; Living with Europeans; Interaction with Europeans; Conflct; Continuity of cultural practices: traditional food gathering, language, custom and ceremony, cultural identity, adaptation -- Aboriginal Homebush Bay: 1850-1950: The remaining Wann-gal and their neighbours; new arrivals -- Aboriginal Homebush Bay: 1950-2005: Aboriginal people living in the area: private residents, Silverwater and Mulawa prisons; The current population; Working at Homebush; Recreational and cultural activities : collecting Mangrove wood; Other recent associations : Darug descendents and Aboriginal land councils; Bicentennial Park; Memorials to the Wann-gal; The Sydney 2000 Games; The Aboriginal History & Connections Program : Aboriginal sites survey (2003); Aboriginal Community Consultation (2002 to 2005); Oral History Recording Program (2003 to 2005); People of the saltwater and saltmarshes; The future? -- Homebush Bay and Aboriginal history
Control code
000043523187
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
236, [39] p.
Governing access note
Open access - reading. Closed copying & limited use. Not for Inter-Library Loan
Immediate source of acquisition
Paul Irish;
Other physical details
col. ill., facsims, maps, ports.
Stock number
MAR09/006

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