Topics: Sites: Historic

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North West - view

the site of her great-uncle Jack (Stumpy) Lewis’ house

North Coastal - view

museum

Central - view

The Lord Raglan

South Coastal - view

La Perouse School at Yarra Bay

West - view

Penrith Lakes archaeological dig

Central - view

create a home in Sydney for Koori girls who had run from their white employers

Central - view

Aboriginal remains dug up during building projects in Manly

Central - view

Cricketers

South Coastal - view

many Aboriginal sites around the Bardens Creek

West - view

lost home site in the Gully, Katoomba

Central - view

National Park

Central - view

Clifton Gardens

West - view

the Gully, Katoomba

North West - view

the art site at the Calga sand mine

Central - view

building in Redfern where The Aboriginal Medical Service began

Central - view

The Boundary Hotel

West - view

St Thomas’s Church

Before Cook - North Coastal - view

The Garigal (Carigal, Karigal) mentioned by the Reverend Lancelot Threlkeld, inhabited the south shore of the Hawkesbury River (Deeriban). Willemerring who speared Governor Phillip was from this clan. The Cannalgal inhabited the area of Manly Beach and the coast to Dee Why.

Before Cook - North Coastal - view

The Borrogegal.yuruey were recorded as living at Bradleys Head. The French artist Nicolas Petit identified a man in his drawings as Cour-rou-bari-gal a Koori from Boregegal clan.

Before Cook - North Coastal - view

The Kayimay ( Kayyemy ) occupied Manly Cove, Spring Cove and North Head which is called Car-rang-gel. Cammi ( Kamai ), a spear, is possible the root word of Cameragal and Kayimai. The Terramerragal were at the Lane Cove River and Turramurra is named for them. On the Lane Cove River are shell middens dating 20,000 years BP. The Gorualgal Inhabited Fig Tree Point now Northbridge. The Birrabirragal lived at Middle Head. (Smith 1992) Bennelong’s wife Barangaroo was a Cameragalleon ( leon indicating female) and was abducted from Manly Cove on Governor Phillip’s command. Bennelong was a Wangal and his clans land spreads from Balmain along the Parramatta River to Parramatta. Colby was a Cadigal from South Head to Warrane (Sydney Cove).