A Month of Murder in the Hunter Valley – Wonnarua People and the Ravensworth Homestead

This work is conducted in memory and respectfully honours the First Australian People, the Aboriginal People of this land. A Month of Murder in the Hunter Valley is a four part video series presenting Wonnarua People’s stories relating to the Ravensworth Homestead and its use as a staging post for atrocities against the First Nations people … More A Month of Murder in the Hunter Valley – Wonnarua People and the Ravensworth Homestead

Reports of Aboriginal Massacres in Port Stephens and Baker’s Island, 1829 – 1834

The Death of Young Moses – Were Aboriginal Massacres committed in Port Stephens and Baker’s Island (i.e., Dempsey Island, Newcastle)? Whilst searching for a reference to an Aboriginal man named Moses Melmonth (?), friend of Vera Deacon’s late father, Norman Pember, that she mentioned in an interview with Dr Ann Hardy, we located a reference … More Reports of Aboriginal Massacres in Port Stephens and Baker’s Island, 1829 – 1834