Topics: Events: South West

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Between 1814 and 1819 there were a series of massacres and killings.

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Appin massacre in 1816

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the ongoing desecration of art sites

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the establishment of the Gandangara land council in 1985.

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the 1984 rally for land rights

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Appin massacre commemoration 2013

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Appin Massacre of 1816

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In 1810 Auntie Glenda Chalker ’s ancestors greeted Governor Lachlan Macquarie at Birragal Lagoon . In 2010 Auntie Glenda and her children and grandchildren re-enacted this greeting by meeting current Governor of NSW, Marie Bashir, at this same billabong and giving her flowers

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the story of what led to the Appin massacre in 1816

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Appin massacre of 1816

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Appin massacre in 1816

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Macquarie, Proclamation

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kill the white settlers

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Violence erupts

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mount a full attack on the settlers

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retaliation to attacks upon farms

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massacre 14 Tharawal and Gundungurra men, women and children

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Further repressive measures follow the Cataract River slaughter

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A reward of £10 is offered for anyone bringing any of them in, dead or alive

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Each of the Aboriginal guides is given a ‘Complete Suit of Slops - Blanket, 4 Days Provisions, Half Pint of Spirits and Half Pound of Tobacco