Where was King Bully of the Newcastle Tribe buried in 1857?

There is a quote from Windross & Ralston (1897) Historical Records of Newcastle 1797 – 1897 that says the following: “The hill at the back of the gas works was then covered with honeysuckle, and was used by the aboriginal tribes as a camping ground. In that year, “King Bully”  the last of the kings … More Where was King Bully of the Newcastle Tribe buried in 1857?

The Death of Burigon, Chief of the Newcastle Tribe (1820)

This work is conducted in memory and respectfully honours the First Australian People, the Aboriginal People of this land. Thanks to historian Dr Mark Dunn who, whilst conducting research for his PhD, came across this important sketch map located  within the State Records of New South Wales, showing the actual location of the attack on … More The Death of Burigon, Chief of the Newcastle Tribe (1820)