Topics: People: Political leaders

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1792 - West - view

Phillip

1793 - North West - view

Governor Macquarie

1794 - North Coastal - view

Pemulwuy leads his men on a raid at Parramatta and is wounded. Collins notes ‘the natives have become troublesome … forcibly taking provisions and clothing from convicts”. (Collins 1971 vol 1, p. 297)

1795 - West - view

Governor Patterson

1795 - North West - view

Governor Paterson

1795 - North Coastal - view

Pemulwuy is seen at an initiation ceremony, recovered from wounds. He leads a new attack on settlers at Brickfield Hill.

1796 - West - view

Governor Hunte

1797 - West - view

Governor Hunter

1797 - North Coastal - view

Bennelong takes part in the last recorded initiation corroboree at Port Jackson (Collins 1975, p. 49)

1799 - North Coastal - view

John Molloy, a surgeon in the Hawkesbury district, reports that in the four years prior to 1799, 26 settlers have been killed and 13 wounded.

1800 - 1803 - North Coastal - view

Her mother is ‘Queen’ Matora, a wife of Bungaree.

1800 - West - view

Governor Hunter

1800 - Central - view

Phillip

1800 - Central - view

Phillip

1800 - Central - view

Dawes

1800 - Central - view

Phillip

1800 - Central - view

Dawes

1800 - Central - view

Phillip

1800 - Central - view

Dawes

1801 - North Coastal - view

Garigal clan leader Grewin from Patonga leads his clan in Pittwater helping seamen and plundering wreckage from shipwrecks. Report by Lieutenant James Grant who walks from North Head to Pittwater accompanied by three Garigal men, four women and two children. They meet 10 other Garigal people camped at “Narrobine [Narrabeen] Lagoon”.