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Albrecht, Glenn,  "Rediscovering the Coquun: Towards an Environmental History of the Hunter River". Address given at the River Forum 2000, Wyndham Estate, 2000. Click here to download

Allen, John,  Evidence to Commissioner Bigge, 21 January 1820, Bonwick Transcripts, State Libray of New South Wales, Box 18: 501-12.  

Askew, John,  A voyage to Australia & New Zealand including a visit to Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney, Hunter's River, Newcastle, Maitland and Auckland: with a summary of the progress and discoveries made in each colony from its founding to the present time, by a steerage passenger. London: Simpkin, Marshall and Co., 1857: 248, 299, 312-15.  Click here to download

Awabakal Newcastle Aboriginal Coop.,  Report on Survey for Aboriginal Sites, Ironbark Creek Open Cut Site, R.W. Miller and Co., 18 October-20 December 1981.  

Awabakal Newcastle Aboriginal Coop.,  Karrabee Dam site anthropological survey for the Hunter Development Board, 18 January to 14 March 1982.  


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Backhouse, James A.,  A narrative of a visit to the Australian colonies. London: Hamilton Adams, 1843: 368-414.  Click here to download

Barney, Norm,  A-Z of Newcastle and the Hunter. Newcastle. Newcastle: Newspapers Pty. Ltd., 1998.  

Barrallier, F.,  Barrallier to Greville, 1802, Banks Papers, Brabourne Collection vol.4, Mitchell Library MS A78: 81-3.  

Bennet, F.C.,  The Story of the Aboriginal People of the Central Coast of New South Wales. Wyong NSW: Brisbane Water Historical Society, 1969.  

Bennett, Gordon,  The Port Stephens Blacks: The Recollections of William Scott. Dungog: Dungog Chronicle, 1929.  Click here to download

Bigge, J.T.,  Report of the Commissioner of Inquiry into the state of the Colony of New South Wales, Ordered by the House of Commons to be printed, 19 June 1822. London, 1822: 117.  Click here to download

Bingle, John,  Past and present records of Newcastle, New South Wales. Newcastle NSW: Bayley, Son and Harwood, 1873.  

Bonhomme, T.,  An Archeological Survey for Aboriginal Sites at Tourle St. Newcastle NSW: Bonhomme Craib and Associates, 1996.

Bramble, Christine M.,  "Relations between Aborigines and White settlers in Newcastle and the Hunter District 1804-1841, with special Reference to the influence of the penal establishment, Bach. of Letters Thesis, University of New England, 1981.  

Brayshaw, Helen,  Aborigines of the Hunter Valley: a study of colonial records. Scone N.S.W: Scone & Upper Hunter Historical Society, 1986.  

Breton, William Henry,  Excursions in New South Wales, Western Australia and Van Diemen's Land, during the years 1830, 1831, 1832, and 1833. London: Richard Bentley, 1833.

  
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Calley, Malcolm John Chalmers,  "Firemaking by percussion on the east coast of Australia", Mankind 5, 4 (1957): 168-171.

Campbell, J.F.,  "John Howe's exploratory journal from Windsor to the Hunter River in 1819", JRAHS I, 4: 232-41.  

Capell, A.,  “Language in Aboriginal Australia”, in Aboriginal Man in Australia: Essays in Honour of Emeritus Professor A.P. Elkin, eds. R. Berndt and C. Berndt. Sydney: Angus and Robertson, 1965.  

Caswell, Emily,  Caswell to C. Jackson, 19 October 1841, Mitchell Library, MS Ac.147.  

Champion, Ben W.,  "Lancelot Edward Threlkeld His Life and Work 1788 -1859 Part 1" Royal Australian Historical Society Journal and Proceedings 25: 4 (1939): 279-330.  Click here to download

Champion, Ben W.,  "Lancelot Edward Threlkeld His Life and Work 1788 -1859 Part 2" Royal Australian Historical Society Journal and Proceedings 25: 5 (1939): 341-411.  Click here to download

Clouten, Keith H.,  Reids mistake: the story of Lake Macquarie from its discovery until 1890. Boolaroo NSW: Lake Macquarie Shire Council, 1967.  

Coke, Lt. William,  The 1827 Newcastle notebook and letters of Lieutenant William S. Coke, H.M. 39th Regiment, ed. Cynthia Hunter. Raymond Terrace NSW: Hunter House Publications, 1997.  

Collins, David,  An account of the English colony in New South Wales from its first settlement in January 1788 to August 1801: with remarks on the dispositions, customs, manners &c. of the native inhabitants of that country. London: T. Cadell and W. Davies, 1804 (2nd ed)  

Cooksey, Daniel F.,  "Stone Age Relics", The B.H.P. Recreation Review, 15 July 1925. Click here to download

Cooksey, Daniel F.,  "Aboriginal Flakes and Tools of Newcastle (N.S.W.) and District", Part 1, 1926, unpublished manuscript, Cooksey Family Papers, Auchmuty Library ARBSC, University of Newcastle. Click here to download

Cooksey, Daniel F., "Aboriginal Flakes and Tools of Newcastle (N.S.W.) and District", Part 2, 1926, unpublished manuscript, Cooksey Family Papers, Auchmuty Library ARBSC, University of Newcastle. Click here to download

Crouch, Rene,  "Historical notes: Paintings in Caves by Aborigines: Primitive Designs of Hands Seen at Congewai", Maitland Mercury, 26th January 1949.  

Cunningham, Peter,  Two years in New South Wales: comprising sketches of the actual state of society in that colony, of its peculiar advantages to emigrants, of its topography, natural history, &c &c. (3rd. Ed.). London: Henry Colburn, 1828.  

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Davies, Noel,  Convict Nobbys: The Story of the Construction of Macquarie's Pier and the Reconstruction of Nobby's Island. Belmont NSW: Noel Davies, 1996: 17.  

Dawson, Robert,  The present state of Australia: a description of the country, its advantages and prospects, with reference to emigration: and a particular account of the manners, customs, and condition of its aboriginal inhabitants. London: Smith, Elder and Co., 1830.  

Dixon, J.,  "The Ebenezer Coalworks", Newcastle and Hunter District Historical Society Journal and Proceedings 3, 10 (July 1949): 145-7.  Click here to download

Docherty, J.C.,  Newcastle: The Making of An Australian City. Sydney: Hale and Iremonger, 1993: 1, 57.  

Dyall, L. K.,  "Aboriginal occupation of the Newcastle coastline", Hunter Natural History 3, 3 (August 1971): 154-68.  Click here to download

Dyall, L. K.,  "Aboriginal Occupation in the Dudley-Jewells Swamp Area", Hunter Natural History 4, 3, (August 1972): 168-77.  Click here to download

Dyall, L. K.,  "Aboriginal Fishing Stations on the Newcastle Coastline, New South Wales" in Coastal Archaeology in Eastern Australia: Proceedings of the 1980 Valla Conference on Australian Prehistory, ed. Sandra Bowdler. Canberra: Australian National University, 1982: 52-62.  Click here to download

Dyall, L. K.,  "Piecing together the Past", Newcastle Morning Herald, 29 July 1989.  Click here to download

 

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Elkin, A. P.,  "Notes on social organization of the Worimi, a Kattang speaking people", Oceania 2, 3 (1932): 359-363.  

Elkin, A. P.,  "Obituary: Mr W.J. Enright", Mankind 4: 4 (February 1950): 162 - 164.  Click here to download

Elkin, A. P.,  "The nature of Australian totemism", in Gods and rituals: readings in religious beliefs and practices, ed. J. Middleton. Garden City N.Y: The Natural History Press, 1967: 159-176.

Enright, W.J.,  "The Initiation Ceremonies of the Aborigines of Port Stephens, N.S.W", Journal and Proceedings of the Royal Society of New South Wales for 1899, 33: 115-24.  Click here to download

Enright, W.J.,  "The language, weapons and manufactures of the Aborigines of Port Stephens, New South Wales", Journal and Proceedings of the Royal Society of New South Wales 34 (1900): 103-118.  Click here to download

Enright, W.J.,  "Notes on an Aboriginal Stone Axe discovered in West Maitland, NSW", Pan-Pacific Congress (Australia), Proceedings 1 (1923): 269-70.  Click here to download

Enright, W.J.,  "The Kattang or Worimi: An Aboriginal tribe", Mankind 1, 4 (March 1932), 75-77.  Click here to download

Enright, W.J.,  "An Old Aboriginal Paddle", Mankind 1, 5 (August 1932): 103.  Click here to download

Enright, W.J.,  "Further notes on the Worimi", Mankind 1, 7 (August 1933): 161-2.  Click here to download

Enright, W.J.,  "Aboriginal Rock Paintings at Wollombi", Mankind 1, 10 (October 1934): 234-4.  Click here to download

Enright, W.J.,  "Distribution of Merewether Chert", Mankind 1, 12 (1935): 8.  Click here to download

Enright, W.J.,  "Aboriginal Axe Factory", Mankind 2:1 (April 1936): 23.  Click here to download

Enright, W.J.,  "The Worimi Tribe", Newcastle and Hunter District Historical Society Journal and Proceedings 1, 1 (1936): 85-9.  Click here to download

Enright, W.J.,  "Notes on the Aborigines of the North Coast of New South Wales", Mankind 2, 4 (June 1937): 88-91.  Click here to download

Enright, W.J.,  "Notes on the Aborigines of the North Coast of N.S.W.", Mankind 2: 6 (September 1939): 193-195. Click here to download

Enright, W.J.,  "Aboriginal Cave Paintings", Oceania 10, 2 (December 1939): 168-70.  Click here to download

Enright, W.J.,  "Notes on the Aborigines of the North Coast of N.S.W." (ii), Mankind 2: 9 (October 1940): 321-324.  Click here to download

Etheridge and Whitelegge  "The Aboriginal Workshops on the Coast of NSW and their Contents", Records of the Australian Museum 6, 4 (1907): 233-50).  

Etheridge, R.,  The Dendroglyphs, or "Carved Trees" of New South Wales. Sydney: William Applegate Gullick, 1918: Appendices 1-3.  Click here to download

Evans, John.,  Evidence to Commissioner Bigge, 18 January 1820, Bonwick Transcripts, Box 18: 2394-2411.  
 

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Farrelly, Alan,  "Aborigines in the Valley 5000 B.C.", Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate, 31 May 1969.  Click here to download

Fawcett, J.W,  “Notes on the Customs and Dialect of the Wonnah-Ruah Tribe”, Science (23 August 1898): 152-4.  Click here to download

Fawcett, J.W,  “Customs of the Wonnah-Ruah Tribe, and their Dialect or Vocabulary”, Science (21 September 1898): 180-2.  Click here to download

Fison, Lorimer, and A.W. Howitt  Kamilaroi and Kurnai : group-marriage and relationship, and marriage by elopement, drawn chiefly from the usage of the Australian aborigines: also the Kurnai tribe, their customs in peace and war. Melbourne: George Robertson, 1880: 279-84 (Appendix G).  Click here to download

Fraser, John,  "The Aborigines of NSW", Journal and Proceedings of the Royal Society of NSW for the year 1882, 16. Sydney: Thomas Richards, 1883: 193-233.  Click here to download

Fraser, John,  "Some remarks on the Australian Languages", Journal and Proceedings of the Royal Society of New South Wales, 24 (1890): 231-53.  Click here to download

Fraser, John (ed.),  An Australian language as spoken by the Awabakal, the people of Awaba or Lake Macquarie (near Newcastle, New South Wales) being an account of their language, traditions and customs, by L.E. Threlkeld; re-arranged, condensed and edited with an appendix by John Fraser. Sydney: Charles Potter, Govt. Printer, 1892.  Click here to download
 

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Glennie, Alfred,  Journals (2 vols.), Narara NSW: Gosford District Local History Group, 1987.  

Goddard, R.H.,  Goddard, R.H. “Notes on Certain Massive Flaked Implements Found in the Port Stephens District", Mankind 1:8 (January 1934):191-3.  Click here to download

Goddard, R.H.,  "Certain observations of Aboriginal rock-carvings in the Wollombi district", paper read before the Australasian and New Zealand Association for the Advancement of Science, Auckland Meeting 14th January 1937.  

Goold, Wilfred James,  The Birth of Newcastle. Newcastle: Newcastle and District Historical Society, 1981  

Grant, James,  "Remarks &c., on board His Majesty's armed surveying vessel, Lady Nelson, in Hunter River, 1801", HRNSW, 4: 404-9.  

Grant, James,  The narrative of a voyage of discovery, performed in His Majesty's vessel the Lady Nelson, of sixty tons burthen, with sliding keels, in the years 1800, 1801 and 1802, to New South Wales. London: C. Roweth, 1803: 154-73.  Click here to download

Gunson, Niel,  "Biraban (McGill)" in Australian Dictionary of Biography, ed. D. Pike. Vol.1, 1966: 102-104.  Click here to download

Gunson, Niel,  "Threlkeld, Lancelot Edward", in Australian Dictionary of Biography, ed. D. Pike. Vol.2, 1966: 528-30.  Click here to download

Gunson, Neil (ed).,  Australian reminiscences & papers of L.E. Threlkeld, missionary to the Aborigines, 1824-1859. Canberra: Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies, 1974.  


 

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Haglund, Laila,  Assessment of the prehistoric heritage in the Lake Macquarie Area, Report to the Lake Macquarie City Council. Balmain: Haglund and Associates, 1986.  

Hale, Horatio,  United States Exploring Expedition during the years 1838, 1839, 1840, 1841, 1842, under the command of Charles Wilkes, 6 (1846) ...  

Hall, Lesley D.,  "Some Aboriginal Flakes from Morna Point, New South Wales.", Records of the Australian Museum 16, 5 (29 May 1928): 254-.  Click here to download

Harris, Alexander,  Settlers and convicts, or, Recollections of sixteen years' labor in the Australian backwoods, by an emigrant mechanic. London: C. Cox, 1847.

Harris, Alexander,  The secrets of Alexander Harris: a frank autobiography by the author of Settlers and convicts. Sydney: Angus and Robertson, 1961: 108-10.  

Harris, J.,  Harris to King, 25 June 1801, HRNSW, 4: 416-8.

Harris, John,  One Blood: 200 Years of Aboriginal Encounter with Christianity: A Story of Hope. Sydney: Albatross Books, 1990.  

Harris, John,  "Not conquerors but servants", The Sower (Winter 1992): 14-15.  

Hartley, Dulcie,  Lake Macquarie Memories. Fennell Bay NSW: Dulcie Hartley, 1998.

Harvey, Paul F. and Susan,  Programme - Yallarwah Place 1797-1997. Newcastle: Elephant Press, 1999.  

Haslam, Percy A.,  The Haslum Collection, Auchmuty Library ARBSC, University of Newcastle.  .html

Haslam, Percy A.,  "History of Aborigines", University News: Newsletter for the University of Newcastle 4, 3 (March 1978): 4-5.  Click here to download

Haslam, Percy A.,  "Preserving the Past, Nature's Way", Hunter District Water Board Journal (Spring 1978): 2-5.

Haslam, Percy A.,  "Reassessing the Awabakal", University of Newcastle Gazette 2, (1979): 10-12.  

Haslam, Percy A.,  "Children of the Old Culture", Hunter District Water Board Journal (Spring 1979): 6-9.

Haslam, Percy A.,  "Digging up Ancient History", Hunter District Water Board Journal (Autum 1980): 5-7.  

Haslam, Percy A.,  "Drain Works Unearth Relic", Hunter District Water Board Journal (Autum 1980): …  

Haslam, Percy A.,  "A Woman's Place in Aboriginal Society", Newcastle and Hunter District Historical Society Journal and Proceedings 12, 1 (March 1984): 11-12.  Click here to download

Haslam, Percy A.,  "Aboriginal Songs from the 1850s" in The New Oxford Book of Australian Verse, ed. L.A. Murray. Melbourne: Oxford University Press, 1986: 36-7.  Click here to download

Heath, John,  "Muloobinbah" in Riverchange: Six New Histories of the Hunter, ed. Cynthia Hunter. Newcastle: Newcastle Region Public Library, 1998: 37-73.  Click here to download

Heaton, John Henniker,  Australian dictionary of dates and men of the time: containing the history of Australasia from 1542 to date. Sydney: G. Robertson, 1879.  

Henderson, John,  Excursions and adventures in New South Wales: with pictures of squatting and of life in the bush: an account of the climate, productions, and natural history of the colony, and of the manners and customs of the natives, with advice to emigrants, &c. London: W. Shoberl, 1851: 104-164.  Click here to download

Henwood, Tricia,  "Reverend L.E. Threlkeld and the Awabakal Aborigines: an example of cultural interaction. 1824-1841", B.A. (Hons.) thesis, La Trobe University, Bundoora (Vic.), 1978.  

Hill, Richard, and George Thornton,  Notes on the Aborigines of New South Wales: with personal reminiscences of the tribes formerly living in the neighbourhood of Sydney and the surrounding districts. Sydney: C. Potter, Govt Printer, 1892.  

Holmes, A.E.,  "The Breastplate of `The King of Tanilba' ", Newcastle and Hunter District Historical Society Journal and Proceedings 7, 12 (September 1953): 189-90.  Click here to download

Hoorne, Jeanette,  The Lycett album: drawings of Aborigines and Australian scenery. Canberra: National Library of Australia, 1990.  

Horton, David (ed.),  The Encylopedia of Aboriginal Australia. Canberra: Aboriginal Studies Press, 1984.  

Howitt, A.W.,  Native Tribes of South East Australia. London: Macmillan, 1904.  

Hunter River Gazette,  "The Blacks", 22 January 1842.  Click here to download

 

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King,  King to Menzies, 24 May 1804, HRA I, 5: 412-4.  Click here to download

 


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Lang, John Dunmore,  An historical and statistical account of New South Wales, both as a penal settlement and as a British colony. London: Cochrane and M'Crone, 1834: 85-126.  Click here to download

Leichhardt, Ludwig,  Dr. Ludwig Leichhardt's letters from Australia during the years March 23, 1842, to April 3, 1848. ed. G. Neumayer. Melbourne: Pan, [1944?].  

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Macquarie, Lachlan,  Journal to and from Newcastle, 27 July 1818 - 9 August 1818, Mitchell Library, Sydney, Mitchell Library Ref A781. <http://www.lib.mq.edu.au/all/journeys/1818/ >  

Maitland Mercury,  "The Last of the Newcastle tribe", 21 June 1854. Click here to download

Mason, M.,  Mason to King, 21 November 1801, HRNSW, 4: 627-8. <http://www.newcastle.edu.au/services/library/collections/archives/int/chrp/hrnswv4/index.htm#627>  .html

Matthews, R.H.,  "Rock Paintings by the Aborigines in Caves on Bulgar Creek, Near Singleton", Journal and Proceedings of the Royal Society of New South Wales for 1893, 27: 353-8.  Click here to download

Matthews, R.H.,  "The Keeparra ceremony of initiation", Royal Anthropological Institute Journal 26 (1896): 320-340.  Click here to download

Matthews, R.H.,  "The Burbung of the Darkinung Tribes", Proceedings of the Royal Society of Victoria 10, 1 (1897): 1-12.  Click here to download

Maynard, John,  Awabakal Dreaming Stories. Newcastle, Wollotuka Aboriginal Education Centre, 1999.  

Maynard, John,  "Yutilliko (Awobokol - `To Guide')", Wollotuka School of Aboriginal Studies, University of Newcastle, 2002. <http://www.newcastle.edu.au/school/aborig-studies/about/yutilliko.html>  .html

Maynard, John,  "Muloobinbah (Newcastle) an Aboriginal industrial presence: past and present", JRAHS 87, 2 (December 2001): 248-66.  

McCarthy, F.D.,  “An Analysis of the Large Stone Implements from Five Workshops on the North Coast of New South Wales”, Records of the Australian Museum 21, 8 (1947): 411-430.  Click here to download

McCarthy, F.D. and F.A. Davidson,  "The Elouera Industry of Singleton, Hunter River, New South Wales", Records of the Australian Museum 21, 4 (1943): 210-30.  Click here to download

McEwen, Annette,  "The effect of European civilization on the Aboriginal women of Lake Macquarie and surrounding districts", essay submitted for the Judy Inglis Memorial Prize, 1978.  

McKiernan, B.,  "Some notes on the Aborigines of the Lower Hunter River", Anthropos 6 (1911): 855-9.  Click here to download

Melocco, Jennifer,  "Awabakal hoping for tourism theatre centre", Newcastle Morning Herald, 21 January 1993.  

Menzies, Charles,  Menzies to King, 30 April 1804, HRA I, 5: 409.  Click here to download

Menzies, Charles,  Menzies to King, 14 May 1804, HRA I, 5: 411-12.  Click here to download

Menzies, Charles,  Menzies to King, 15 June 1804, HRA I, 5: 112.  Click here to download

Menzies, Charles,  Menzies to King, 1 July 1804, HRA I, 5: 415-16.  Click here to download

Menzies, Charles,  Menzies to King, 17 October 1804, HRA I, 5: 423.  Click here to download

Menzies, Charles,  Menzies to King, 5 November 1804, HRA I, 5: 423.  Click here to download

Menzies, Charles,  Menzies to King, 28 November 1804, HRA I, 5: 424.  Click here to download

Miller, Robert,  "The Wonnarua Tribe and Language" in The Australian race: its origin, languages, customs, place of landing in Australia, and the routes by which it spread itself over that continent, ed. E.M. Curr. Melbourne: John Farnes, Govt. Printer, 1886-1887: 352-7.  Click here to download

Miller, James,  Koori: A Will to Win.The Heroic Resistance, Survival and Triumph of Black Australia. North Ryde NSW: Angus and Robertson, 1985.  

Monitor, The,  1 September 1826.  Click here to download

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Monitor, The,  28 June 1828.  Click here to download

Montgomery, James (ed.),  Journal of voyages and travels by the Rev. Daniel Tyerman and George Bennet Esq., deputed from the London Missionary Society, to visit their various stations in the South Seas Islands, China, India &c. between the years 1821-1829. Boston: Crocker and Brewster, 1832.  

Moore, David Rainsford,  "The prehistory of the Hunter River Valley", Australian Natural History 16, 5 (1969): 166-171.  Click here to download

Moore, David Rainsford,  "Results of an archaeological survey of the Hunter River Valley, New South Wales, Australia. Part II: Problems of the lower Hunter and contacts with the Hawkesbury Valley", Australian Museum Records 28 (August 1970): 25-64.  Click here to download

Morissett, J.T.,  Morissett to Campbell, 4 January 1819, NSW Col.Sec., Letters from Newcastle 1819-21, SRNSW 4/1807:1-2.  Click here to download

Morissett, J.T.,  List of Prisoners punished at Newcastle, September 1819, NSW Col.Sec., Special Bundles: Monthly Returns of Punishments, Newcastle 1810-25, SRNSW 4/1718: 89.  Click here to download

Morissett, J.T.,  Evidence to Commissioner Bigge, 17-18 January 1820, Bonwick Transcripts, Box 1: 444-82.  

Morissett, J.T.,  Morisset to Campbell, 31 October 1820, NSW Col.Sec., Letters from Newcastle 1819-21, SRNSW 4/1807: 135-7.  Click here to download

Morissett, J.T.,  List of Prisoners punished at Newcastle, October 1820, NSW Col.Sec., Special Bundles: Monthly Returns of Punishments, Newcastle 1810-25, SRNSW 4/1718: 115.  Click here to download

Morissett, J.T.,  Morisset to Campbell, 16 November 1820, Letters from Newcastle 1819-21, SRNSW 4/1807: 143, 150.  Click here to download

Morissett, J.T.,  List of Prisoners punished at Newcastle, April 1821, NSW Col.Sec., Special Bundles: Monthly Returns of Punishments, Newcastle 1810-25, SRNSW 4/1718: 127.  Click here to download

Morissett, J.T.,  Morissett to Goulburn, 18 December 1821, NSW Col.Sec., Letters from Newcastle 1819-21, SRNSW 4/1807: 253-56.  

Morissett, J.T.,  Morissett to Goulburn, 28 July 1822, NSW Col.Sec., Letters from Newcastle 1822, SRNSW 4/1808: 185-91.  Click here to download

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Newcastle Chronicle,  2 September 1871.  Click here to download

Newcastle Chronicle,  "Naboth's Vineyard at Lake Macquarie", 9 September 1871.  Click here to download

Newcastle Herald and Miner's Advocate,  "Wreck of a Newcastle Vessel - The Crew Murdered by the Blacks", 13 September 1878.  Click here to download

Newcastle Herald and Miner's Advocate,  "The Old Aboriginal 'Margaret'", 20 February 1880.  Click here to download

Newcastle Herald and Miner's Advocate,  "The Aborigines of Port Stephens", 14 November 1900.  Click here to download

Newcastle Herald and Miner's Advocate,  "Aborignes' Mission - A Missionary From Newcastle", 11 April 1905.  Click here to download

Newcastle Herald and Miner's Advocate,  "Early Burial Place - Borough Market Site", 13 November 1915.  Click here to download

Newcastle Morning Herald,  "Aboriginal Place Names", 24 March 1923.  Click here to download

Newcastle Morning Herald,  "Aboriginal Flakework", 25 March 1926.  Click here to download

Newcastle Morning Herald,  "Burying the Hatchet! City Aldermen Fraternise", 7 April 1926.  Click here to download

Newcastle Morning Herald,  20 April 1926. Click here to download

Newcastle Morning Herald,  "Public Notice: Australasian Society Excursion to Galgabba", 12 May 1926.  Click here to download

Newcastle Morning Herald,  "Ancient Bones", 15th June 1926.  Click here to download

Newcastle Morning Herald,  "Aboriginal Stone Implements", 6 August 1926.  Click here to download

Newcastle Morning Herald,  "Skull and Bones Church-street Discovery Probably Aboriginal", 15 May 1935.  Click here to download

Newcastle Morning Herald,  "Aboriginal Relics Need for Legislation Anthropologists' Plea" 19 March 1937.  Click here to download

Newcastle Morning Herald,  "Human Skeletons Unearthed on Gold Links Probably Female Aborigines", 4 June 1937.  Click here to download

Newcastle Morning Herald,  "Aboriginal Relics Ethnologist Pleads for Protection", 22 September 1939.  Click here to download

Newcastle Morning Herald,  "Aborigines at Platt's Estate A.L.P. Council Asks That They Remain", 6 September 1943.  Click here to download

Newcastle Morning Herald,  "Attempt to Move Aborigines Aldermen Protest", 9 September 1943.  Click here to download

Newcastle Morning Herald,  "No Evictions Platt's Estate Dwellers", 28 October 1943.  Click here to download

Newcastle Morning Herald,  "Minister Calls for Report Blacks on Platt's Estate", 4 October 1943.  Click here to download

Newcastle Morning Herald,  "Not Regarded as Objectionable Official View on Aborigines", 6 December 1943.  Click hre to download

Newcastle Morning Herald,  "Native Skeleton on Beach", 8 January 1944.  Click here to download

Newcastle Morning Herald,  "Aborigines of the Hunter: Special Supplement", 11 May 1993.  

Newton, Peter John Frederick,  "More than one language, more than one culture: scholarly and popular ideas about Australian Aboriginal languages from early time until 1860", M.A. (Hons.) Thesis, Macquarie University, 1987.  

NSW Legislative Council,  Replies to a Circular Letter addressed to the Clergy of all Denominations, by Order of The Select Committee on the Condition of the Aborigines, October 1846, Votes and Proceedings 1846. <http://www.newcastle.edu.au/services/library/collections/archives/int/abori/1846.html>  .html


 

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Oppliger, Mandy,  "The phonology and morphology of Awabakal: a reconstitution from early written sources", B.A. (Hons.) Thesis, University of Sydney, Sydney, 1984.  

OPUS, University of Newcastle,  "Mud, Mush and Mosquitoes: Opus Visits the Shortland Site July-August 1962", Opus 9, 8 (29th August 1962): 12-3.  Click here to download

Oxley, J.,  Oxley to Macquarie, 1 November 1818, NSW Col.Sec., Letters Received from John Oxley Surveyor General 1810-25, SRNSW 4/1814: 50e.  Click here to download


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Platt, John Laurio,  Platt to Goulburn, 1824, NSW Col.Sec., Letters from Newcastle June-December 1824, SRNSW 4/1811: 199-200.  Click here tp download

Port Stephens Examiner,  "Awabakal: a success story based on hard work, 27 January 1993, 24.  


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Shaw, John,  "Naboth's Vineyard at Lake Macquarie", The Newcastle Chronicle, 9 September 1871. Click here to download

Smith, Rita,  The Rita Smith Collection, Auchmuty Library ARBSC, University of Newcastle.  

Sokoloff, Boris A.,  "Aboriginal prehistory: interpretation of artefacts", Hunter Natural History 9, 1 (February 1977): 19-26.  Click here to download

Sokoloff, Boris A.,  "Aborigines and fire in the lower Hunter", Part 1, Hunter Natural History 10, 2 (May 1978): 70-80.  Click here to download

Sokoloff, Boris A.,  "Aborigines and fire in the lower Hunter", Part 2, Hunter Natural History 10, 3 (August 1978): 124-133.  Click here to download

Sokoloff, Boris A.,  "Aborigines and fire in the lower Hunter", Part 3, Hunter Natural History 10, 4 (November 1978): 192-197.  Click here to download

Sokoloff, Boris A.,  "Tracking Down the Hunter's Aboriginal History", Newcastle Morning Herald, 19 September 1987.  

Swansea Public School,  The Centenary of Public Education in Swansea, 1875-1975. Swansea: Swansea Public School, nd.  

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Sydney Gazette,  23 December 1820.  

Sydney Gazette,  3 February 1825.  

Sydney Gazette,  18 January 1828.  Click here to download

Sydney Gazette,  14 March 1828.  Click here to download

Sydney Gazette,  18 April 1828.  Click here to download

Sydney Gazette,  19 September 1828.  Click here to download

Sydney Gazette,  12 January 1830  

Sydney Morning Herald,  Death Notice, "M'Gill", 1 May 1846.  Click here to download


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Thorpe, W.W.,  "Aboriginal Flakework" in The Newcastle Morning Herald, 25 March 1926.  Click here to download

Thorpe, W.W.,  "Ethnological Notes No.1", Records of the Australian Museum 16, 5 (May 1928): 241-53.  Click here to download

Thorpe, W.W.,  “The 'Elouera'", Mankind (March 1932): 88.  Click here to download

Threlkeld, L. E.,  "Two Australian Aboriginal Songs", Sydney Gazette, 5 January 1826.  

Threlkeld, L. E.,  Letters to Rev. G. Burder and W.A. Hankey, 13 February 1827, Bonwick Transcripts: Missionary 5, 1824-29, State Library of New South Wales, BT. Box 53: 1362-1806.  

Threlkeld, L. E.,  Specimens of a Dialect of the Aborigines of New South Wales: Being the first attempt to form their speech into a written language. Sydney: Monitor Office, 1827.  Click here to download

Threlkeld, L. E.,  A statement chiefly relating to the formation and abandonment of a mission to the Aborigines of New South Wales: addressed to the serious consideration of the directors of the London Missionary Society. Sydney: Government Printer, 1828.  Click here to download

Threlkeld, L. E.,  Sydney Gazette, 18 January 1828.  Click here to download

Threlkeld, L. E.,  An Australian Grammar: comprehending the principles and natural rules of the language, as spoken by the Aborigines in the vicinity of Hunter's River, Lake Macquarie &c., New South Wales. Sydney, Stephens and Stokes, 1834.  Click here to download

Threlkeld, L. E.,  An Australian Spelling Book, in the Language as spoken by the Aborigines, in the vicinity of Hunter's River, Lake Macquarie, New South Wales. Sydney: Stephens and Stokes, 1836.  

Threlkeld, L. E.,  A Key to the Structure of the Aboriginal Language; being an analysis of the particles used as affixes, to form the various modifications of the verbs; shewing the essential powers, abstract roots, and other peculiarities of the language spoken by the Aborigines in the vicinity of Hunter River, Lake Macquarie, etc., New South Wales: together with comparisons of Polynesian and other dialects. Sydney: Kemp and Fairfax, 1850.  

Threlkeld, L. E.,  "Language of the Australian Aborigines" in Waugh's Australian Almanac for the Year 1858, ed. James. W. Waugh. Sydney: James W. Waugh, 1858: 60-80.  Click here to download

Threlkeld, L.E.,  A Journal Kept By Lancelot Edward Threlkeld. 1788-1859 [Manuscript]. Available through the Virtual Sourcebook of Aboriginal Studies in the Hunter

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Walsh, Paul,  Black Feather, White Feather. Newcastle: Elephant Press, 2001.  

Walton, W.J.,  "An Aboriginal Devil Rock", Mankind 1: 6 (December 1932): 140-1.  Click here to download

White, H.O'Sullivan,  "Some Recollections of the Aborigines of NSW in the years 1848, 1849 and 1850", Mankind (May 1934): 223-27.  Click here to download

Wilkes, C.,  Narrative of the United States Exploring Expedition during the years 1838, 1839, 1840, 1841, 1842. Vol.II. Philadelphia: Lea & Blanchard, 1845: 245-56.  Click here to download

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