With reference to ONE specific case, why did frontier violence erupt between European settlers and Australia's indigenous peoples?
|Myall Creek Massacre
|Convict Creations - Myall Creek
|Creative Spirits - Myall Creek 1838
|Pemulwuy - National Museum of Australia
|Biography - Pemulwuy
|Forgotten Rebels - Black Australians Who Fought Back
|National Museum of Australia - Resistance
|Bells Fall Gorge Interactive
|Yagan buried after 170 years
|Batman Treaty - transcript
|Governor Arthur's Proclamation
|George Augustus Robinson - protector
|Black Armband vs White Blindfold
|Remembering the Freedom Rid
The Referendum, 1957-1967 This weblink by the National Museum of Australia, a government agency, provides a comprehensive source of information on the referendum. Follow the links to information on Australia in the 1950s, early petitions, national petition campaign 1962-1963, parliamentary and cabinet debates 1964-1966, cabinet decision 1967, campaigning for a YES vote, victory and the aftermath of the referendum.
Righting Wrongs in the 1967 Referendum This resource by ABC Splash includes video footage and copies of original documents about the significance of the referendum to Indigenous rights in Australia.
Aboriginal Embassy, 1972 This weblink by The National Museum of Australia details the erection of an Aboriginal Embassy on the grounds of Parliament House, Canberra in 1972. Follow the links to further information on supporters of the embassy and the Government's response.
Mabo Case This weblink by Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies provides a clear account of the Mabo case. Follow the links at the bottom for further information relating to Eddie Mabo, land rights and Native Title Act.
Mabo Decision This factsheet by Reconciliation Australia provides a brief account of Mabo Decision from 1992, which recognised Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples' rights as the traditional owners of their land.
Calls for Recognition of Indigenous Australians This program by ABC Splash examines the growing call for the Australian constitution to recognise and advance Indigenous people's culture, heritage and language.