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Copyright

© State of New South Wales, Department of Education and Training 2009.

Produced by:

Centre for Learning Innovation (CLI)

51 Wentworth Rd

Strathfield NSW 2135

This resource has been produced in collaboration with the National Museum of Australia (NMA) as a digital virtual tour based on the Resistance exhibition at the NMA.

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Acknowledgements/Credits

Although this publication is copyright New South Wales Department of Education and Training, it contains material from other sources provided by the NMA:

Introductory panel

“Resistance” text

Coniston

Object images: Spear thrower, hooked boomerang, stone flakes, rifle, headpiece, head band

Photos: Yuendumu women dancing around monument, 75th anniversary of Coniston Massacre 2003; Jack Saxby, friend of Fred Brooks and member of the reprisal party, just before the Coniston Massacre 1928; portrait of Kamalyarrpa Japanangka (Bullfrog) from anthropological data dard, 1931, background image landscape.

Media: video 5 minutes

Text: Theresa Ross quotation

“Murder and reprisal” text panel with Map and label, also incorporating 4 small labels:

“Bullfrog”, “Firepower”, “Fred Brook’s killing”, “Ceremonies old and new”; background label

Fanny Balbuk

Object images: turtle, eggs and gilgies in basket, digging stick

Photos: Portrait of Fanny Balbuk, group of people at Noongar rally, Parliament House, Perth, 2006, Perth railway station c.1900, large background image railway station

Texts: Daisy Bates quotation;

“Speaking out, walking on” text panel with map and label, also incorporating 4 small labels: “Changing landscapes”, “Walking her country”, “Noongar rights today”, “Fanny Balbuk’s legacy”; background label

Bilin Bilin

Object images: pistol, stone axe, sugar bag,

Photos: Bilin Bilin in breastplate, residents of Deebing Creek Mission, background image Gold Coast

Media: Video 4 minutes

Texts: Ysolu Best quotation;

“Matters of life and death” text panel with Map and label, also incorporating 4 small labels: “Deadly reality”, “Bilin Bilin and his descendants”, “From his country”, “He felt sorry for her”; background label

Yagan

Object images: shotgun, cloak, spear, spear thrower, walking stick, headband, shield, Photos: background street sign

Media: Video 2 and a half minutes long

Texts: Ken Colbung quotation, “Betrayal” text panel with Map and label, also incorporating 4 small labels: “Revenge and reward”, “Coming home”, “A lifetime’s work”, “Warriors’ tools: ;label for background,

Painting Big Boss with Whip by Nancy McDinny;

Texts: Text from Coniston Massacre Monument, “Remembering” text panel, label for painting

 

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