Topics: People: Political leaders

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1789 - Central - view

David Collins

1789 - Central - view

Phillip

1789 - Central - view

Collins

1789 - South Coastal - view

Governor Philip

1790 - Central - view

Phillip

1790 - Central - view

Phillip

1790 - Central - view

Phillip

1790 - North Coastal - view

Pemulwuy, a feared Koori warrior and leader, is said to have led attacks on it.

1790 - North Coastal - view

Bennelong escapes from Governor Phillip’s house.

1790 - North Coastal - view

Willermarin, a Koori man visiting from the north, spears Governor Phillip at Manly Cove. Phillip has taken up the invitation of Bennelong to attend a whale feast. Phillip is the victim of an attack and is speared in the shoulder, staggers back to his longboat while his soldiers disperse the Aboriginal people. Phillip does not order retribution and Bennelong is later welcomed back into Phillip’s confidence.

1790 - West - view

Phillip

1790 - North Coastal - view

Pemulwuy, a Koori from near Parramatta, fights the invasion by the English through attacks upon the settlement. His group commits many raids killing or wounding 17 people. Pemulwuy spears Governor Phillip’s game keeper John McIntire who dies from his wounds.

1790 - West - view

Governor Phillip

1790 - Central - view

Collins

1790 - South Coastal - view

Phillip

1791 - North West - view

Governor Phillip

1791 - North West - view

Governor Phillip

1791 - West - view

Phillip

1792 - North Coastal - view

Governor Phillip leaves for England taking Koories, Bennelong and Yemmerrawanne.

1792 - Central - view

Phillip