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Burragorang Valley Scenes In New Film

20 April 1950, The Picton Post (NSW : 1907 - 1954), page 6

Burragorang Valley Scenes In New Film The Picton Post (NSW : 1907 – 1954) Thursday 20 April 1950 p 6 Article…

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EVACUATION OF BURRAGORANG

12 November 1954, Goulburn Evening Post (NSW : 1940 - 1954), page 1

EVACUATION OF BURRAGORANG Goulburn Evening Post (NSW : 1940 – 1957) Friday 12 November 1954 Edition: Daily and Evening p 1 Article…

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BURRAGORANG ISOLATED Forgotten, Says Farmer

24 June 1950, The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), page 4

BURRAGORANG ISOLATED Forgotten, Says Farmer The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 – 1954) Saturday 24 June 1950 p 4 Article…

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Camden-Burragorang Road

15 June 1950, The Picton Post (NSW : 1907 - 1954), page 2

Camden-Burragorang Road The Picton Post (NSW : 1907 – 1954) Thursday 15 June 1950 p 2 Article…

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Burragorang Valley ROMANTIC PAST, BUT WHAT OF THE FUTURE?

12 March 1941, The Picton Post (NSW : 1907 - 1954), page 4

Burragorang Valley ROMANTIC PAST, BUT WHAT OF THE FUTURE? The Picton Post (NSW : 1907 – 1954) Wednesday 12 March 1941 p 4 Article…

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.

10 April 1866, The Maitland Mercury and Hunter River General Advertiser (NSW : 1843 - 1893), page 2

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser (NSW : 1843 – 1893) Tuesday 10 April 1866 p 2 Article…

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DESTITUTE ABORIGINALS. NO 'POSSUMS OR BARK

17 August 1889, Freeman's Journal (Sydney, NSW : 1850 - 1932), page 10

DESTITUTE ABORIGINALS. NO ‘POSSUMS OR BARK Freeman’s Journal (Sydney, NSW : 1850 – 1932) Saturday 17 August 1889 p 10 Article DESTITUTE ABORIGINALS . No  possums or bark. PICTON, Friday. — Mr. J. Dunn, a magistrate here, has received a letter from ‘Billy,’ an aboriginal residing at Cox’s River Burragorang, stating that he and his tribe have no opossum meat, as the Stock and Pastures Board kill all the animals, leaving the blacks nothing to eat. They also complain that they can get no bark for their huts, as there are no trees for a long distance. The blacks, 40 in number, are living on a…

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Destitution Among Aboriginals.

12 August 1889, Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), page 6

…nothing to eat. They also complain that they can get no bark for their huts, as there are no trees for a long distance. The blacks, 40 in number, are living on a piece of land purchased years ago by a Catholic priest for them, and information at hand points to the fact that they are almost destitute.  Nineteen out of the 40 are between 40 and 50 years of age and get; rations, seven on full rations and 12 on half. Mr. Dunn laid the letter : before the Bench this morning, and they intend moving in the matter. Destitution Among Aboriginals. Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 – 1931) Monday 12 August 1889 p 6 Article PICTON , Saturday. — There are about forty blacks in the district living on a piece of land purchased by a Roman Catholic priest for them several years ago, and they are reported to be in a destitute condition, Mr. J. Dunn, a magistrate here, has received a letter from ‘Billy,’ an aboriginal , residing at Cox’s River, Burragorang, alleging that he and his tribe have no opossum meal;, as the Stock and Pastures Board kill all the animals, leaving the blacks nothing to eat.…