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Salisbury, T; Gresser, P. joint author. Windradyne, d. 1835, Wiradjuri (Australian people), Aboriginal Australians. Sydney, Wentworth Books.

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Series Statement: Studies in Australian and Pacific history, no. 4. Bibliography, etc. Note . The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners. Download book Windradyne of the Wiradjuri; martial law at Bathurst in 1824, by T. Salisbury and P. J. Gresser.

Windradyne of the Wiradjuri. martial law at Bathurst in 1824. Bibliography: p. 59. Series. Studies in Australian and Pacific history,, no. Classifications. Published 1971 by Wentworth Books in Sydney.

Windradyne of the Wiradjuri : martial law at Bathurst in 1824 by T. Sydney, Wentworth Books, 1971. Paperback with card covers. STUDIES IN AUSTRALIAN AND PACIFIC HISTORY (WENTWORTH PRESS) Series Note: This series was published by the Australian publisher and book collector, Walter W. Stone, the first volume at his Stone Copying Company and the later volumes at his Wentworth Press. Arranged by serial number

Salisbury, T and Gresser, PJ, Windradyne of the Wiradjuri: Martial Law at Bathurst in 1824, Wentworth Books, Sydney . Strahan, R, Rare and Curious Specimens: an Illustrated History of the Australian Museum 1827-1979, The Australian Museum, Sydney, 1979

Salisbury, T and Gresser, PJ, Windradyne of the Wiradjuri: Martial Law at Bathurst in 1824, Wentworth Books, Sydney, 1971. Strahan, R, Rare and Curious Specimens: an Illustrated History of the Australian Museum 1827-1979, The Australian Museum, Sydney, 1979. Suttor, WH, Australian Stories retold and Sketches of Country Life, Glyndwr Whalan, Bathurst, 1887.

Massacres and maltreatment of Aboriginal Australians since 1788 (Sydney 1988); T Salisbury & PJ Gresser, Windradyne and the Wiradjuri: Martial law at Bathurst in 1824 (Sydney 1971); Bill Gammage, ‘The Wiradjuri War, 1838-40’, The Push from the Bush, 16, 1983. Philanthropus: Reynolds, Dispossession. Continued resistance: Michael Pearson, ‘Bathurst Plains and beyond: European colonisation and Aboriginal resistance’, Aboriginal History, 8 (1), 1984. Snodgrass: ADB, 2. Major Nunn: HRA, I; Clark, A History of Australia, 2; Reynolds, Dispossession.

A Documentary History of the Illawarra and South Coast Aborigines 1770–1850, Michael Organ, Aboriginal . A Hundred Years War: the Wiradjuri People and the State, Peter Read, Australian National University Press, 1988.

A Documentary History of the Illawarra and South Coast Aborigines 1770–1850, Michael Organ, Aboriginal Education Unit, Wollongong University, 1990. Blood Revenge: Murder on the Hawkesbury, Lyn Stewart, Rosenberg Publishing, 2015. Bluff Rock: Autobiography of a Massacre, Katrina A Schlunke, Curtin University Books, Western Australia, 2005.

The Bathurst War (1824), was a war between the Wiradjuri nation and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland.

The Wiradjuri regrouped, and Windradyne told the elders that, in line with Wiradjuri .

The Wiradjuri regrouped, and Windradyne told the elders that, in line with Wiradjuri custom, he would lead the revenge against the whites. The Wiradjuri warriors dressed for battle and set out at night to seek retribution, with the first place they called being the Suttor's Brucedale Station. The blacks were troublesome at Bathurst in those days, the cause very frequently was their ill-treatment by the whites.

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Windradyne of the Wiradjuri;: Martial law at Bathurst in 1824, (Studies in Australian and Pacific history) by T Salisbury (1971). Windradyne was an Aboriginal warrior and resistance leader of the Wiradjuri nation, in what is now central-western New South Wales, Australia; he was also known to the British settlers as Saturday Windradyne, a Wiradjuri Koorie.



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