Timeline

Only sites for which there is good evidence are included. The estimates of the number of people massacred are conservative and include only those we can be reasonably sure were killed during the massacre or immediately afterwards. In some cases the actual deaths may have been many more. To understand how we have arrived at an estimated number killed in each massacre, please read the Introduction.

Australia includes at least 200 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander nations, many of which are represented on the AIATSIS map of Indigenous Australia. The borders of the Australian colonies and administrative jurisdictions changed several times between 1788 and 1930. The changes had considerable impact on the way Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities were treated and in particular their experiences of frontier massacre.

When the First Fleet arrived at Sydney Cove in 1788, the British were pursuing the claim they made in 1770 to the entire eastern part of the Australian continent, then known as New Holland. The western boundary was marked by 135 degrees east of Greenwich which divided the entire continent in half. The northern and southern boundaries ranged from Cape York in the north to South Cape in the southern part of Van Diemen’s Land (Tasmania) which was then believed to be part of the mainland. The entire region was named by the British, ‘New South Wales’.

In 1800 Van Diemen’s Land (Tasmania) was found to be a separate island and the British quickly established settlements in the northern and southern parts to forestall a possible French claim. In 1825, Van Diemen’s Land became a separate colony and in 1856 changed its name to Tasmania.

In 1826, the British established a settlement at King George Sound, now Albany and in 1828 took possession of the western part of the Australian continent in order to prevent a possible French claim. A year later they established the Swan River Colony at present day Perth and in 1848 it became known as the Colony of Western Australia. Unlike the other Australian colonies, which achieved responsible government in the 1850s, Western Australia remained a Crown Colony until 1890 and joined the other Australian colonies in federation in 1901.

In 1828, the western boundary of New South Wales was extended to 129 degrees east and in 1835, the new Colony of South Australia was formed by excising territory from the south western boundary of New South Wales and the south eastern boundary of Western Australia. It achieved responsible government in 1856 and in 1861 gained jurisdiction over the Northern Territory which was then part of New South Wales, only to relinquish it to the Commonwealth of Australia in 1911. Thus, as of 1788 the Northern Territory was under the jurisdiction of New South Wales 1788-1860; South Australia 1861-1911 and the Australian Commonwealth from 1912.

In 1836, the area of New South Wales south of the Murray River was proclaimed the Port Phillip District. It operated as a semi-autonomous jurisdiction until 1850 when it was formally separated from New South Wales and became the Colony of Victoria.

In 1859, the area north of the McIntyre and Dumaresq rivers and including the Torres Strait islands and the region east of present day Northern Territory were excised from New South Wales to form the Colony of Queensland.

In 1911, the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) was excised from New South Wales.

NSW:New South Wales
VDL:Van Diemen's Land
PPD:Port Phillip District
VIC:Victoria
QLD:Queensland
SA:South Australia
WA:Western Australia
NT:Northern Territory

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Estimated Date State/Territory Location Language Group Estimated Victims Killed Estimated Attackers Killed Sources
1 Sep 1794 NSW Hawkesbury (1) Bediagal 7 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Fletcher [Collins] 1975, Vol.1, p 326; Turbet 2011, p 81; Gapps 2018, p.109.
7 Jun 1795 NSW Hawkesbury (2) Bediagal 7 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Collin in Fletcher 1975, p 348-9; Connor 2002, p 38.
3 May 1804 TAS Risdon Cove, River Derwent Big River [Leenowwine; Pangerninghe] 20 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Nicholls 1977, p 51; HRA III, I, pp 237-8; BPP 1831, pp 37, 51-54; Bonwick 1870, pp 32-36.
27 Apr 1805 NSW Yarramundi, Hawkesbury River Bediagal/Dharug 8 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser May 5, 1805 - https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/page/626753 and May 12, 1805 - https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/page/6115. Gapps 2018, p 173.
1 Mar 1806 NSW Twofold Bay, South Coast Thawa or Djirringany 9 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser April 6, 1806, p 2
1 Nov 1815 to 30 Nov 1815 TAS Oyster Bay, East Coast Oyster Bay 17 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Nicholls 1977, p 216; BPP 1831, p 50; West in Shaw 1971, p.265.
17 Apr 1816 NSW Appin Gundungurra 14 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Wallis to Macquarie, May 4, June 4, 1816, in Connor 2002, p 51; Elder 2003, p 25.
1 Oct 1818 NSW Minnamurra River, South Coast Dharawal 6 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Depositions to the Sydney Bench, October 24, 1818; Report by Joseph Wild, District Constable at Illawarra; Elder 2003, p 25-6.
1 Jan 1824 to 31 Dec 1824 NSW Telegraph Point, Wilson River Biripi 6 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Wingham Chronicle and Manning River Observer, September 16, 1941, p.4 .
1 Jan 1824 to 31 Jul 1824 NSW Ballangarra, Wilson River 6 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) R. Wilson, 'Early Days of Port Macquarie', in The Wingham Chronicle and Manning River Observer, September 16, 1941, p 4 .
1 Sep 1824 NSW Turon River Wiradjuri 45 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Gunson 1974, p 48-9, 74n.43; Connor 2002, p 59-61.
5 Sep 1824 to 10 Sep 1824 NSW Mudgee, Rylstone Wiradjuri 16 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) SG 16 September 1824, p 2 - https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/page/2183217; Connor 2002, p 61.
1 Aug 1825 to 28 Feb 1826 NSW Blackmans Point, Port Macquarie Biripi 20 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Henry Lewis Wilson, 'Early Days at Port Macquarie', 1889, np.
15 Nov 1825 to 30 Nov 1825 NSW Garland Valley, Putty 6 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Cunningham, 1827 vol. II, pp 38-40; Milliss 1992, pp 54-5; Dunn 2020, pp 158-9.
14 Mar 1826 TAS Mayfield, Oyster Bay Oyster Bay / Little Swanport 6 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) TAHO CSO 1/316, p 840; Bonwick 1870, p 117.
1 Sep 1826 NSW Hunter Valley, The Bridgman Estate, Fal Brook Wonnarua 18 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) The Australian, September 16, 1826, p 2, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article37072221, and September 23, 1826, p 3 https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/page/4248925; NSW Governors’ Despatches ML A1197, vol. 8, p 344; Dunn 2020, pp 167-171.
15 Sep 1826 TAS Dairy Plains (2), Meander River Port Sorell [Pallittore North] 6 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) HTG September 23, 1826 - https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/page/679510
9 Dec 1826 TAS Bank Head Farm, Pittwater Oyster Bay 14 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) TAHO CSO 1/331, pp194-5; CTTA December 15, 1826 - http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article2449083; HTG December 16, 1826; https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/page/679629 BPP 1831, p 49; Bridges 1948, p 69; Ryan 2012, p 87-9; Cox 2021, p. 90-101.
22 Feb 1827 to 25 Feb 1827 NSW Paterson River, Hunter Valley Wonnarua 12 (Aboriginal People) 1 (Colonisers) The Australian, March 3, 1827, p 3 https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/rendition/nla.news-page4249109.pdf; The Monitor, March 9, 1827, p2 ; Sydney Gazette, March 22, 1827, p 2 http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article2187895, March 24, 1827, p 3 http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article2187904. Maitland Mercury and Hunter River General Advertiser, August 25, 1877, p.10. https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/18831954 Debenham, 2020, pp 10-13.
12 Apr 1827 TAS Mt Augusta, Ross Oyster Bay 40 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) HTG May 5,1827 - https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/page/679817; CTTA May 4, 1827 - https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/page/679292, CTTA May 11, 1827 - https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/page/679295, CTTAMay 25, 1827 - https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/page/679305; BPP 1831, p 48-9; George 2002, p 13; Ryan 2012, p 90.
1 May 1827 to 15 May 1827 TAS Sally Peak (1) Oyster Bay 6 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Bonwick 1870, pp 98-99.
26 Jun 1827 TAS Westmoreland Falls, Quamby Bluff Port Sorell [Pallittore North] 30 (Aboriginal People) 1 (Colonisers) TAHO CSO 1/316, 15-37; CTTA, July 6, 1827 - https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/page/679329; Breen 2001; Ryan 2008, pp 492-3; Plomley1996, p.219; 2008, p 254.
27 Jun 1827 TAS Quamby Brook, Quamby Bluff (2) Port Sorell [Pallittore North] 30 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) CTTA July 6, 1827, p4 - https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/page/679329; TAHO CSO 1/316, pp 15-45; Plomley 2008, p 254; Breen 2001, p 27; Ryan, 2008, p 493.
5 Jul 1827 TAS Quamby Bluff (3) Pallittore 9 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Colonial Times, 6 July 1827; Plomley 1966, p.219; 2008, p.254.
13 Jul 1827 TAS Quamby Bluff (4) Port Sorell [Pallittore North] 9 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) TAHO CSO 1/316, 15-37; Plomley 2008, p 254; Ryan 2008, p 491.
30 Jul 1827 NT Raffles Bay Iwaidja 30 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Mulvaney 1989, p.69; Roberts 2005, p 111-1. See also: HRA, III, Vol v, pp 816-20; HRA III, Vol vi, p 777 http://arrow.latrobe.edu.au:8080/vital/access/manager/Repository>; Wilson 1968, p 148; Connor 2002, p 74; McKenna 2016, p 73; Powell 2016, p 90-91; The Colonist, August 4, 1838, p 5 .
1 Sep 1827 to 31 Oct 1827 NSW Yarramanbah, Qurindi, Liverpool Plains Gamilaraay or Guyinbaraay 6 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) The Monitor, August 4, 1828, p 8 http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article31760465; Milliss 1992, p 78-82; SRNSW 4/1983, CSR 28/7772, Letters Received 1828; Dunn to McLeay, May 6, 1828; Sadlier to McLeay, September 19, 1828.
1 Nov 1827 to 10 Nov 1827 TAS Blackman River:, intersection of Brumby Creek and Lake River Big River 10 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Tasmanian November 16, 1827 - https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/page/25173464; McKay 1962, p 74.
1 Dec 1827 to 31 Dec 1827 TAS The Retreat, (Cheshunt) Dairy Plains, Meander River Port Sorell [Pallittore North] 19 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Plomley 2008, p 231; 1966, pp 197-8.
1 Dec 1827 to 31 Dec 1827 TAS Dairy Plains, Meander River Port Sorell [Pallittore North] 6 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Lennox 1990, p 170.
1 Jan 1828 to 31 Dec 1828 NSW Mill Creek, 32 kms north of Stroud Worimi 11 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Bennett 1964, p 12-13.
1 Jan 1828 to 31 Jan 1828 TAS Cape Grim (1) North West 13 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) TAHO VDL 5/1 No. 2; Lee 1927, p 41; McFarlane 2003, p 277-298.
10 Feb 1828 TAS Cape Grim (2) North West 30 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) TAHO CSO 1/333, pp 116-117; Plomley 2008, pp 206-7, 212-4; TAHO VDL 5/1, pp 104-5; McFarlane 2003, pp 277-298.
1 Mar 1828 to 31 Mar 1828 TAS Lagoon Lower Marshes near Jordan River Big River 17 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) TAHO CSO 1/323, 113; HTC, March 15, 1828 - https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/page/641575, March 22, 1828, pp 3 & 4 - https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/page/641580; Plomley 1966, p.503; 2008, p 537.
2 Apr 1828 TAS Elizabeth River, Eastern Tiers Oyster Bay 17 (Aboriginal People) 1 (Colonisers) TAHO CSO 1/316, p 137; HTC April 5, 1828 - https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/page/64; Melville 1835 in Mackaness 1965, pp.71-2.
1 Jul 1828 to 30 Jul 1828 TAS Eastern Tiers Oyster Bay / Big River 17 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) TAHO CSO 1/320, p 152-4; TAHO CSO 1/330, p 109.
23 Oct 1828 TAS Cockatoo Valley, Hollow Tree Oyster Bay 6 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) The Tasmanian, October 31, 1828 - https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/page/25173660; HTC October 18http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article4220434; November 1, 1828 - https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/page/641811; Ryan 2012, pp 103-5.
6 Dec 1828 TAS Tooms Lake, Eastern Tiers Oyster Bay / Little Swanport 10 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) TAHO CSO 1/320, p 22; HTC December 13, 1828, p 2 https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/page/641858.
1 Jan 1829 to 31 Dec 1829 WA Swan Valley Whadjuk Noongar 20 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Berryman 2002, p 233; Carter 2005, p 78-80.
1 Jan 1829 to 31 Jan 1829 TAS St Paul’s River, East Coast Oyster Bay 9 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) LA February 9, 1829, p 2 - https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/page/8721080.
1 Jan 1829 to 31 Jan 1829 TAS Break O'Day Plains Oyster Bay 10 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) LA February 9, 1829 - https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/page/8721080. 'The Aborigines of Van Diemen's Land endeavouring to kill Mr John Allen in the District of of Great Swanport on the 14th December 1828', ML, SLNSW.
18 Feb 1829 TAS West Tamar Port Sorell [Pallittore North] 7 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) CT, February 27, 1829, p 3 http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-page666478; HTC February 28, 1829, p1-2 - https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/page/641939.
1 Mar 1829 to 5 Mar 1829 TAS Richmond, Coal River Oyster Bay 6 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) HTC March 7, 1829, p 1 - https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/page/641947.
12 Mar 1829 TAS Bullock Hunting Ground, East Tamar River North Midlands 6 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Hobart Town Courier March 21, 1829, p.1.
28 Mar 1829 TAS Jones River, near Miles Opening Big River 9 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) TAHO CSO 1/316: 232, 239.
1 Jun 1829 to 30 Jun 1829 TAS Three Thumbs, Pittwater Oyster Bay 10 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) TAHO CSO 1/321 1829: Jun 16; HTC June 20, 1829, p 2 - https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/page/642061.
1 Sep 1829 TAS East of Ben Lomond Ben Lomond 17 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Campbell 1987, p 31-2; CT, September 18, 1829 - https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/page/666596; TAHO CS0 1/330.
1 Jan 1830 to 31 Dec 1830 WA Swan River Colony Whadjuk 7 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) ‘Affray at the Swan River’, The London Literary Gazette and Journal of Belles Lettres, Arts, Sciences, Etc, London, 1830, p 805
10 Mar 1830 TAS Clyde and Ouse Rivers Big River 6 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) TAHO CSO 1/316, p 189.
1 Apr 1830 to 8 Apr 1830 TAS Upper Clyde River Big River 6 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) TAHO CSO 1/316, p 189.
18 Apr 1830 TAS Whitefoord Hills, Meander River Port Sorell [Pallittore North] 6 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) TAHO CSO 1/316, p 489, 504.
3 May 1830 to 5 May 1830 WA Galup, Lake Monger Whadjuk Noongar 30 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Western Mail, March 20, 1914, p 52 , 9 January, 1914, p 38 https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/44879885/3479435; ‘Letter from W.H. Mackie to Col. Sec. P. Brown SROWA, Cons. 608 1 WA S1243; Irwin, Frederick Chidley, ‘Correspondence 1808-1844’, London Literary Gazette and Journal of the Belles Lettres, p805, ‘Affray at Swan River’; SROWA CSR ACC 36, Vol 6, p.146; Swan River Papers, HRA Series III Vol. VI, p 73 ; Carter 2005, pp 67-74.
22 Aug 1830 to 27 Aug 1830 TAS Clyde River Big River 6 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) CT, September 3, 1830 - https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/page/666800
1 Jul 1831 QLD Moreton Island Guwar 20 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Evans 1999, p 65; Watkins 1892, p 43.
22 Dec 1832 to 31 Dec 1832 QLD North Stradbroke Island, Moreton Bay Noonucal 6 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Cluny, 12 Jan 1833 QSA CSL micro 8; Evans 1999, p 65.
1 Apr 1833 to 1 Sep 1833 WA Perth Area Whadjuk Noongar 16 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Perth Gazette and West Australian Journal, September 7, 1833, p 142 https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/641889/148
1 Jan 1834 to 31 Dec 1834 NSW Belbora, between Gloucester & Wingham Binghi 6 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Wingham Chronicle, April 25, 1922, p. 2 ; Newcastle Herald, July 25, 1964.
1 Apr 1834 to 31 Aug 1834 VIC Convincing Ground, Portland Bay Dhauwurd wurrung 20 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Clark 1995, p 19; Connor 2005, 2010; Clark 2008b; Clark 2008c; Clark 2011.
1 Aug 1834 to 31 Aug 1834 QLD Badu Island, Torres Strait 11 (Colonisers) 0 (Aboriginal People) McInnes 1983, p 21-50; Mullins 1994, p 22-3; The Sydney Herald October 27, 1836 http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article12862565; and http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article12862560.
28 Oct 1834 WA Pinjarra Pinjarup Noongar 15 (Aboriginal People) 1 (Colonisers) Owen 2016; Stirling, CSO No 14 to Stanley, 1 November 1834, CO 18/14 f134; Grose, 1927; Green, 1981; Contos, 1998; Hunt, 1978, Harris, 2003; Green, 2003. See Also: Perth Gazette and West Australian Journal, November 1, 1834, p 382 https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/641213/402; Large stone monument, Battle of Pinjarra Memorial Park, McLarty Road, Pinjarra, 6208.
1 Jan 1835 to 31 Dec 1835 NSW Waterloo Plains, Namoi R. Liverpool Plains Pastoral District Gamilaraay or Nganyaywana 6 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Calvert 1845; Reece 1974, p 28-9.
1 Jan 1835 to 31 Dec 1835 NSW Mt McKenzie, Barrington Tops Binghi 10 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Blomfield, 1981, p 121-2; Wingham Chronicle, April 25, 1922, p 2; Newcastle Morning Herald, July 25, 1964.
1 Jan 1836 to 31 Dec 1836 NSW Dora Dora Station, Table Top Mountain, Murray River Wiradjuri 12 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Smethwick 2003, p 2; Schneider 2016, p 29.
27 May 1836 NSW Mt Dispersion, Murray River Kureinji or Dadi Dadi 30 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) The Australian, November 8, 1836 - https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/page/4258629; Mitchell 1839 vol. II, pp 101-2; HRA, I, xviii, p 590-1 ; Milliss 1992, pp 128-136.
1 Jun 1836 to 31 Jul 1836 NSW Barraba, Liverpool Plains Gamilaraay 80 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) BPP 1839, vol. 34, Paper 526; Gunson 1974, pp 138, 275-6.
16 Jul 1836 VIC Mt Cottrell, Werribee Wathawurrung 10 (Aboriginal People) 2 (Colonisers) Cannon & McFarlane 1982, p 41-52; Cornwall Chronicle July 30, 1836, p 2 http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article65954557; Sayers, 1983, p.88; Boyce 2011, p 105-9; Rogers, et.al., 2016, p 89-90 & 92-4.
10 Jan 1837 to 28 Jul 1837 WA Cattle Chosen, Busselton (1) Wardandi 9 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Allbrook, 2014, https://www.jstor.org/stable/j.ctt13wwvzc.10; Jennings, 1983; Shann, 1978
1 May 1837 to 31 May 1837 WA York Ballardong Noongar 7 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) The Swan River Guardian, November 16, 1837, p 248 ; The Swan River Guardian November 16, 1837, p 249 The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal July 29, 1837, p 944; H.W. Bunbury, 1834-37 in Cameron and Barnes, 2014.
1 Jul 1837 to 31 Jul 1837 WA York/Northam Whadjuk, Ballardong 18 (Aboriginal People) 3 (Colonisers) Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal, July 22, 1837, p 941 ; Swan River Guardian, July 20, 1837, pp 205-206 , November 16, 1837, p 249 ; Bunbury, 1930, p 27 ; Borowitzka, 2011 p 367; Lieut Bunbury Odds and Ends book, Battye Library, MN 2575, Papers of the H.W. (Henry William) Bunbury, ACC 327A, 6895A, 7146A .
30 Jul 1837 WA Cattle Chosen, Busselton (2) Wardandi 10 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Allbrook, 2014 ; Jennings, 1983; Shann, 1978
1 Nov 1837 to 30 Nov 1837 NSW Gravesend Mountain, Liverpool Plains Pastoral District Gamilaraay 200 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Gunson, 1974, vol.1, p. 145; Milliss 1992, p 159.
1 Nov 1837 to 30 Nov 1837 VIC Mundy, Pyalong Station, Goulburn River Taungurung 6 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Bassett 1989, p 26; Broome 2005, p 79.
1 Jan 1838 to 31 Dec 1838 NSW Woodford Island Bandjalung 20 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Hoff, 2006, Bandjalung Jugun Bandjalung Country, Lismore, Richmond River Historical Society, p 260.
26 Jan 1838 NSW Waterloo Creek, Jews Lagoon Gamilaraay 40 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Gunson 1974, p 276; BPP 1839, vol. 34, Paper 526; HRA, I, XX, 244-57 ; Milliss 1992, pp 175-77, 183-96; Ryan 2003, pp 33-43.
12 Apr 1838 VIC Faithfull Massacre, Benalla Taungurung 8 (Colonisers) 1 (Aboriginal People) Cannon 1982, p 312-334; Bride 1983, p 217-9; Atkinson & Aveling 1987, p 45-54; Bassett 1989, p 18-34; Russell 2002, p 47-8, 53-4; Argus September 13, 1883, p 9 http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article11828136.
1 May 1838 NSW Slaughterhouse Creek, Gwydir River Gamilaraay 300 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Milliss 1992, pp 200-3.
1 Jun 1838 to 31 Aug 1838 VIC Darlington Station Djadjawurrung 13 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Clark ID 1995, p 89.
9 Jun 1838 VIC Barfold Station, Coliban River, Campaspe Plains Djadjawurrung or Ngurai-illamwurrung 7 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Cannon & Macfarlane, 1982, pp 336-40; See also: Clark ID 1995, p 98.
10 Jun 1838 NSW Myall Creek Gamilaraay or Yugambul 28 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) HRA, I, xix, p 701-7 ; The Australian, July, 17, 1838, p 3 http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article36854124; November 17, 1838, p 2 - https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/page/36859766 and December 1, 1838, p 2 -ahref="https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/page/36860246">https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/page/36860246 Tedeschi, 2016; Lydon and Ryan, 2018.
1 Jul 1838 to 31 Jul 1838 VIC Mount Mitchell Djadjawurrung 10 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Lang 1847, p 132; Clark ID 1995, p 89-90.
1 Aug 1838 to 31 Aug 1838 NSW Ardgowan Island, Gwydir River, Liverpool Plains P D Wiriyaraay or Gamilaraay or Yugambul 9 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Milliss 1992, p 580-1, 678.
1 Oct 1838 to 31 Oct 1838 VIC Murdering Flat Wulluwurrung or Nundadjali 40 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Bassett 1954, p.406, 444-5; Massola 1969, p 44-5; Cannon & McFarlane 1983, p 627-637; Clark ID 1995, p 26-8.
1 Feb 1839 to 28 Feb 1839 VIC Maiden Hills Djadjawurrung 6 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Orton Journal, 1840-42, 12 Jan 1841, cited in Clark 1995, pp 89-90; Cannon and Macfarlane 1983, p 642-3; Clark ID 1995, p 89-90; 92-3; Clark, 1998, p 192 (Robinson Journals).
1 Mar 1839 to 31 Mar 1839 NSW Junction Island, Murray River Tati tati 40 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Southern Australian, April 24, 1839, p 3 http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article71685226; South Australian Gazette & Colonial Register, April 27, 1839, p 2 http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article31750562
1 Jun 1839 to 15 Jun 1839 VIC Rochester, Campaspe Plains Djadjawurrung 40 (Aboriginal People) 2 (Colonisers) Randell 1982, pp 288-99; Sayers, [1898], 1983, pp 246-9; Cannon& McFarlane 1983, pp 668-674; Clark ID 1995, pp 94-96; Shaw 1996, p 134.
1 Aug 1839 to 31 Aug 1839 NSW Gum Creek Lagoon, Murrumbidgee River Wiradjuri 9 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Byrne 1848, vol 2, pp 230-2.
1 Oct 1839 to 31 Oct 1839 VIC Mt Emu Creek Djargurd Wurrung or Keeray- Woorroong or Wirngilgnad dhalinanong 35 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Kiddle 1961, p 122; Shaw 1969, p 27; Clark ID 1995, p 105-118.
11 Nov 1839 NSW Murray River North Bank Tati tati 6 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Buchanan 1922-3, p72.
1 Dec 1839 to 31 Jan 1840 VIC Blood Hole Djadjawurrung 6 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Massola 1969, p 88; Clark ID 1995, p 97.
1 Dec 1839 to 31 Dec 1839 SA Langhorne's Ferry/Rufus River, Murray River (1) Maraura 6 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Moorhouse to Mundy, 12 July 1841, cited in Burke et al. 2016:158.
1 Jan 1840 to 28 Feb 1840 VIC Tahara Station Wulluwurrung 6 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Orton 1840-2; Clark ID 1995, p 25.
1 Jan 1840 to 31 Dec 1840 VIC LaTrobe Valley unknown 20 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Aboriginal People) Bride [1898] 1983, p 359; Gunson 1968, p 8.
8 Mar 1840 VIC Fighting Hills Nundadjali 41 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Orton Papers 1840-2, ML A1715; Robertson to La Trobe 26 Sept 1853, in Sayers 1983, p 164; Critchett 1990, p 127; Clark ID 1995, p 145-151.
1 Apr 1840 VIC Fighting Waterholes Wulluwurrung or Nundadjali 20 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Clark 1995, p 152-5; Trangmar, 1956, p 8.
20 May 1840 to 31 May 1840 NSW Kunderang Brook Upper Macleay River Valley Dhanggati 24 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) SH June 10, 1840 - https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/page/1523969; Henderson 1851, Vol. 2, p, 5; Frost 1992, p 34.
1 Jun 1840 to 30 Jun 1840 VIC Mustons Station Djabwurrung or Gai wurrung 8 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Clark ID 1995, p 66; Clark ID 1998b, p 284; 305; Critchett 1990, p 124-5. See also: Christie, 1979, p 61-2.
1 Jun 1840 to 30 Jun 1840 SA Langhornes Ferry/Rufus River, Murray River (2) Erawirung 6 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Moorhouse to Mundy, 12 July 1841, cited in Burke et.al. 2016: 158.
11 Jun 1840 VIC Mount Rouse Djab wurrung or Gai wurrung 20 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) HRA, I, xxi, 242; Clark 1995, pp 62-3,156; Clark 1998b, pp 160-62; Shaw, 1989, p 150.
1 Jul 1840 to 14 Jul 1840 SA 'Maria' massacre, Coorong Milmenrua 26 (Colonisers) 6 (Aboriginal People) SA Register, August 1http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article27441699; August 15http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article27441755; September 12 http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article27441838, September 19 http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article27441856, 1840; News (Adelaide), February 21, 1942, p 5 ; SACWM,July 28, 1877, p 17 ; The Australasian, December 15, 1883, p 21 ; South Eastern Times, (Millicent, SA), June 15, 1945 p 1 ; Clyne, 1981; Hamann 1973; Foster and Nettelbeck, 2001, pp 13-28.
12 Aug 1840 to 20 Aug 1840 VIC Victoria Valley Djabwurrung 23 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Clark ID 1995, pp 156-8; Orton 12 January 1841; 1840-2. See also: Shaw, 1996. p 130; HRA Series I vol 21, p242 .
1 Oct 1840 to 31 Oct 1840 VIC Boney Point, Gippsland Gunnai or Tatungalung or Braiakaulung 15 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Pepper and de Araugo 1985, p 18; Sayers 1983, p 218; Gardner 2001, p 44-9 See also: SH December 28, 1840, p 2 - https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/page/3923508; .
1 Nov 1840 to 30 Nov 1840 VIC Connell's Ford Nundadjali or Wulluwwurrung 15 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) G A Robinson Papers, Vol. 54 ML A7052; Trangmar 1960, p 5; Clark 1998b, p 249-50. See also: Shaw, 1996, pp 130-1; Clark 1995, pp 28-29, 33.
1 Nov 1840 to 30 Nov 1840 VIC Burrumbeep Pirtpirtwurrung 7 (Aboriginal People) 1 (Colonisers) Clark ID 1995, p 73, 77; Clark ID 1998b, pp 335-336.
1 Jan 1841 to 31 Dec 1841 VIC Butchers Creek, Gippsland Tatungalung 30 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Gardner 2001, p 49-52; Gardner 2010, p 3, 9 .
1 Jan 1841 to 31 Dec 1841 NSW Tyndale, Clarence River Bundjalung 20 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Mc Swan and Switzer 2006, p.17
1 Jan 1841 to 31 Dec 1841 NSW Butcher's Creek, Barwon River Pooncarie/Parkantyi 30 (Aboriginal People) 2 (Colonisers) Dargin 1976, pp 51-2; Thomas 2012, pp 382-6.
1 Jan 1841 to 31 Dec 1841 NSW Black Camp Creek, (Spring Gully Creek), Williams River Worimi 6 (Aboriginal People) 2 (Colonisers) Ford 1995, p 128.
1 Jan 1841 to 31 Dec 1841 NSW Red Rock Gumbaynggirr 10 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Sydney Herald, July 19, 1841, p 2 ; 'The Bawden Lectures' in the Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser (Grafton), July 10, 1886, p 3 and August 10, 1888, p 3; Somerville & Perkins 2010, p 24-31.
27 Feb 1841 to 10 Mar 1841 WA Wonnerup 'Minninup' Wardandi Noongar 7 (Aboriginal People) 1 (Colonisers) Perth Gazette, March 13, 1841, p 3 https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/642768; Kimberly 1897, p 116; White, 2017, pp 2-13. See Also: Carmody, 2020
1 Apr 1841 to 30 Apr 1841 NSW Orara River, near Seelands Bundjalung 20 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Kent, 2006, p 36-41.
1 May 1841 to 31 May 1841 NSW Darkie Point, Bellinger River Baanbay 30 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Eldershaw 1854, pp 63-74; Blomfield 1981, pp 85-91; Elder 2003, pp 105-117.
1 May 1841 to 31 May 1841 SA Hornet's Nest, 68 kms east of Lake Bonney, Murray River Ngintait 8 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Burke et al 2016:152-179
13 May 1841 NSW Rufus River Marawara 10 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Burke et al 2016, pp. 151-2.
1 Jun 1841 to 30 Jun 1841 VIC Mount Sturgeon Station Djabwurrung 6 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Clark ID 1998b, pp 305-6.
1 Jun 1841 to 25 Jul 1841 VIC Woodlands Knenknenwurrung 7 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Shaw 1996, pp 130, 134; Critchett 1990, p 248.
1 Jun 1841 to 10 Jun 1841 NSW Bellinger River Bundjalung 20 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Sydney Herald, July 19, 1841, 2.
27 Aug 1841 NSW Lake Victoria, Rufus River Maraura 21 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Burke et al, 2016, pp145-179.
1 Oct 1841 QLD Grantham, Moreton Bay Pastoral District Yugara or Giabal 6 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Evans 2007, p 53; A. Hodgson, Report on Aboriginal Outrage, October 27, 1841, SRNSW Col. Sec. 41/9744, CSL micro 12; Moreton Bay Book of Trials, January 13, 1842, OML.
1 Oct 1841 to 31 Oct 1841 NSW Bogan River beyond Mt Harris Ngiyampaa 12 (Aboriginal People) 3 (Colonisers) SMH August 24, 1842 - https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/page/3858885; See also: Mitchell 1848, p 30; Reece 1974, p 51; Muir 2014, p 39.
1 Dec 1841 to 28 Feb 1842 VIC King River, above Oxley Plains (Wangaratta) 200 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Sayers, 1969, p 220-1; Argus, September 13, 1883, p 9 http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article11828136
1 Feb 1842 to 28 Feb 1842 VIC Tarrone Station Koornkopanoot or Bi:gwurrung 6 (Aboriginal People) 1 (Colonisers) Clark ID 1995, p 43-5; Clark 1998c, p 89.
1 Feb 1842 QLD Kilcoy Giggarbarah, Woongunbarah and other groups in transit 60 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Lang 1847, p 279; Qld Parlt Legislative Assembly, 1861(a), p19 - Select Ctee in to the Native Police; Queenslander, May 21, 1892, p 987, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article19824074; SMH, December 5, 1842 http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article12426931.
24 Feb 1842 VIC Lubra Creek, Caramut Station Gai wurrung or Djabwurrung 6 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Clark, ID 1995, p 35-42; Clark, 1998c, p171 (Robinson Journal, 12 May 1843); Christie, 1979, p.50. See also: BPP 1844, p 234; Thomas Papers, ML Item 21; Robinson Papers, vol. 57, p 46, ms ML A 7078; Critchett 1990, pp 118-119, 250; Port Phillip Gazette, August 2, 1843 ;
7 Aug 1842 to 18 Aug 1842 VIC Eumerella Tatungalung 6 (Aboriginal People) 2 (Colonisers) BPP 1844, p 234; Critchett 1990, p 107-8, 250.
1 Sep 1842 to 30 Sep 1842 NSW Gordon Brook Station, Clarence River Bundjalung 20 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Sydney Morning Herald, 23 November 1842, p.2;14 December 1842, p.3.
11 Sep 1842 NSW Deepwater (1), New England Pastoral District Guyambal or Ngarabul or Marbal 20 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Irby 1908, pp 60-63.
1 Oct 1842 to 31 Dec 1842 QLD Yandilla station, Darling Downs Pastoral District Bigambul? 6 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) French 1989, p 102-3; Russell 1888, p 238-9, 348.
1 Dec 1842 to 31 Dec 1842 VIC Hollands Landing, Gippsland Tatungalung 6 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Gardner, 2016; Dunderdale, 1973
1 Jan 1843 to 31 Dec 1843 NSW Goanna Headland, Evans Head Bundjalung 100 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Medcalf 1993, p 5-7.
1 Jan 1843 to 31 Dec 1843 QLD Armstrong's Crossing, Blackfellows Creek, Lockyer Valley 6 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Other) Gardner 1854: vol. 2: p.124; Queensland Times, 26 November 1927: 13 .
12 Jan 1843 to 31 Dec 1843 NSW Sheep Station Bluff Upper McLeay River Dhanggati 6 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Blomfield 1981, p 40-41.
1 Feb 1843 VIC Barmah Lake Banderang (Pangerang) 26 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Curr 1965 [1883], p 93; Clark 1998d, p 2.
1 Jul 1843 to 31 Jul 1843 VIC Warrigal Creek Waterhole, Gippsland Brataualung 75 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Gardner 2001, p 53-61; Pepper and de Araugo 1985, p 24; Cannon 1990, p 171; Shaw 1996, p 133; Bartrop 2004, p 199-205; Dunderdale: 1973, p 225.
1 Jul 1843 to 31 Jul 1843 VIC Warrigal Creek Mouth Brataualung 25 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Gardner 2001, p 47-61. See also Pepper and de Araugo 1985, p 24; Cannon 1990, p 171; Bartrop 2004, p 199-206.
15 Jul 1843 to 31 Jul 1843 VIC Freshwater Creek, Gippsland Brataualung 25 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Gardner 2001, p 47-61. See also: Pepper and de Araugo 1985, p 24; Cannon 1990, p 171; Shaw 1996, p 133; Bartrop 2004, p 199-205.
15 Jul 1843 to 31 Jul 1843 VIC Gammon Creek, Gippsland Brataualung 25 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Gardner 2001, p 47-61. See also Pepper and de Araugo 1985, p 24; Cannon 1990, p 171; Shaw 1996, p 133; Bartrop 2004, p 199-205.
30 Jul 1843 QLD Mt Haldon, Darling Downs Pastoral District Yugara 12 (Aboriginal People) 1 (Colonisers) French 1989, p 104; Rolleston to Col Sec, August 15, October 12, 1843, CCL Correspondence 1843, SRNSW, 4/2601
6 Aug 1843 VIC Victoria Range Djabwurrung or Nundadjali 17 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Port Phillip Gazette August 26, 1843, p 2 https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/page/23203900; Thomas Papers, report 1 September – 1 December 1843; Clark 1995, p 160-1.
1 Sep 1843 to 10 Sep 1843 VIC Fitzroy River Dhauwurd wurrung 10 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Shaw 1996, p 132; Critchett 1990, p 252.
1 Sep 1843 to 30 Sep 1843 VIC Crawford River Dhauwurd wurrung or Wulluwurrung 9 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Critchett 1990, p 252; Clark 1995, p 46-7; Shaw 1996, p 132.
1 Sep 1843 to 31 Oct 1843 QLD Rosewood Scrub Yugara or Garumngar 12 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) SMH October 12, 1843, p 3 - https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/page/1520833; Copland et al. 2006, pp. 25-6.
1 Nov 1843 to 30 Nov 1843 VIC Clunie, Glenelg River Nundadjali or Mardidjali 6 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Official List of Aborigines Killed, 1836-1844, NSW Legislative Council, 'Votes & Proceedings', 1844, vol.1, pp.718-19; Critchett 1990, p 253; Cannon 1990, p.122; Shaw 1996, p 132.
1 Nov 1843 to 1 Jun 1844 VIC Tambo Crossing Tatungalung or Brabralung 70 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Mackaness 1941, p 13; Gardner 1996, p 40-51; Clark 1998d, p 102 (Robinson Journal,15 June 1844).
1 Jan 1844 to 31 Dec 1847 QLD Crampton’s Corner, Maranoa Pastoral District Gawambaraay or Bigambul? 15 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Copland 1990, pp 17-19; Gunn nd: Letter ‘Goondiwindi and District file’ Royal Queensland Historical Society; Browne 1922, pp 22-4
17 Oct 1844 NSW Bluff Rock New England Pastoral District Marbal or Ngarbal 10 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Irby 1908, p 77-80, 88-90; Schlunke 2005, pp 59-60; Walker, 1966, p 30.
1 Jan 1845 to 31 Dec 1845 QLD Darkey Flat, Southern Darling Downs Geynyan? 6 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Hall, 1925, pp 103-4; French, 1989, p 99.
1 Jan 1845 to 31 Dec 1845 NSW Upper Macleay River Dhanggati 6 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) McMaugh, nd: 6; Blomfield, 1981, p 36-8.
1 Mar 1845 NSW Deepwater (2), New England Pastoral District Guyambal or Ngarabul or Marbal 16 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Walker 1966, p 30; Reece 1974, p 187.
1 Jul 1845 to 31 Jul 1845 VIC Mt Arapiles / Dyurrite Mardidjali 6 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Critchett 1990, p 254.
2 Jul 1845 SA Naracoorte Caves Buandig 6 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Critchett 1990: 254; Cannon 1990: 154-5.
1 Sep 1845 to 30 Sep 1845 NSW Mount Foster, Wellington Pastoral District 10 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) HRA, I, xxv, pp 8-10
1 Jan 1846 to 31 Dec 1846 NSW Junction of Murray and Murrumbidgee Rivers Dadi Dadi or Weki Weki 70 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Collins 2002, p 48-9 .
1 Aug 1846 to 2 Aug 1846 VIC Aire River Estuary, Cape Otway Gadubanud 8 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Geelong Advertiser and Squatter's Advocate, August 8, 1846, p 2 August 26, 1846 and August 29, 1846 ; Cannon, 1990 p 147; Niewojt, 2010, pp 193-213.
1 Oct 1846 to 10 Oct 1846 NSW Dourallie Creek, Upper Macleay River Valley Dhanggati 60 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) SMH October 20, 1846, p 2 - http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article12901989; Blomfield 1981, pp 46-7.
16 Dec 1846 VIC Snowy River Tatungalung or Krauatungulung 15 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Fels 1988, p 188-192; Shaw 1996, p 133.
10 Apr 1847 to 20 Apr 1847 QLD Whiteside Station, Pine River, Moreton Bay Pastoral District Buyibara or Yugarabul 50 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) MBC Apr 24, 1847, p 2 http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article3716282; The Australian Apr 13, 1847, p 3 ; Connor 2015, p 126-7
1 Jul 1847 to 31 Jul 1847 VIC Mt Napier Wulluwurrung or Djabwurrung or Gai wurrung 30 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Bonwick 1970b, p.170-1; Broughton 1980, p.32;, Clark ID 1995, p 82.
12 Sep 1847 to 30 Sep 1847 QLD Boonall Station, MacIntyre River region Bigambul or Gawambaraay 40 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Bligh, CCL, Gwydir to CCCL, 10 Jan 1849; SRNSW, 2/7634; Watts 1901, p 20; Webb 1922, pp 7-12; Milliss, 1980, p 39; Copland 1990, pp 52-4.
1 Oct 1847 to 31 Oct 1847 QLD Callandoon Station, MacIntyre River Gungabula 47 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Tonge n.d., pp 22-4; Copland 2001, p 85; Richards 2008, pp 65-6; SMH October 15, 1847.
29 Nov 1847 NSW Kangaroo Creek, Clarence Pastoral District Gumbaynggnir 23 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) HRA I, xxvi, p 392, 396 ; Maitland Mercury and Hunter River General Advertiser, February 2, 1848, p 3 ; Lydon 1996, p 151-175.
1 Jan 1848 to 31 Dec 1848 QLD Warroo, Maranoa Pastoral District Bigambul from north of the Macintyre 100 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Telfer 1980, p 17-8, 71; Collins 2002, p 18-22;
1 Jan 1848 to 31 Dec 1848 QLD Burgurrah Station, Maranoa Pastoral District Mandandanji or Bigambul or Wirray Wirray or Kogai 40 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Telfer 1980, p 70; Collins 2002, p 18.
1 Jun 1848 to 30 Jun 1848 VIC Beveridge Island Wemba Wemba or Wadi Wadi 7 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Cannon 1990, p 230-231.
1 Sep 1848 to 30 Sep 1848 SA Avenue Range station, near Guichen Bay Wattatonga 9 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Foster and Nettelbeck 2001:78-80; Foster 2009: 1-15.
1 Oct 1848 to 31 Oct 1848 QLD Muckadilla Creek Maranoa Pastoral District Mandandanji 6 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) MacPherson 1879, p 14; Collins 2002, p 27.
23 Apr 1849 QLD Yamboucal Station (1), Maranoa Pastoral District Mandandanji 40 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Telfer 1980, p.43; Collins 2002, p 36-7.
1 May 1849 to 31 May 1849 QLD Carbucky Station Wiriyaraay or Gawambaraay 100 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Skinner 1975, pp 29-31; NSWLC V&P 1858 vol. 2. pp 880; Copland 1990, p 111; Collins 2002, p 63.
1 May 1849 to 31 May 1849 QLD Severn (Dumaresq) River Marbal or Guyambul 6 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Skinner 1975, pp 30-31.
1 May 1849 SA Yeelanna, Eyre Peninsula 8 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Foster et al., 2001, p.83.
17 May 1849 SA Waterloo Bay, Elliston, Eyre Peninsula Wirangu 10 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Foster et.al. 2001, p 44-73. See also: Burgoyne 2000, p. 114; Gage, 2017
1 Jun 1849 to 31 Jul 1849 QLD ‘The Cedars’, Burnett River Taribelang 60 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Lack 1967, np
1 Jun 1849 to 30 Jun 1849 QLD Umbercollie Station, MacIntyre River Bigambul 12 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Tonge, (ML); Copland 1990, p 52-77; Goodall 1999, p 260-279.
20 Jul 1849 to 31 Jul 1849 QLD Talavera Station, Maranoa Pastoral District Mandandanji or Bigambul or Wirray Wirray or Kogai 50 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Telfer 1980, p 42; Collins 2002, pp 20, 42-3.
1 Jan 1850 to 31 Dec 1850 VIC The Slaughterhouse Tatungalung or Brabralung 15 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Gardner 2001, p 76-82, 84-5; Broome 2005, p 81.
1 Jan 1850 to 31 Dec 1850 VIC Milly, Brodribb River Krauatungulung 15 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Pepper and De Araugo 1985, pp 99-101; Gardner 2001, pp 82-5; Broome 2005, p 81.
1 Jan 1850 to 12 Jan 1855 VIC Murderers Flat, Darlot's Creek, Lake Condah Mission Dhauwurd wurrung 6 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Clark ID 1995, p 52.
4 Mar 1850 QLD Yuleba Creek, Maranoa Pastoral District Mandandanji or Barunggam 40 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) MBC, April 6, 1850, p 2 - http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article3712394; MMHRGA, June 26, 1850, p 3 - https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/page/126527; Collins 2002, pp 92-101; Copland et al. 2006, p 62.
1 Oct 1850 to 31 Oct 1850 QLD Ukabulla Station (1), Maranoa Pastoral District Mandandanji or Barunggam 13 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Collins 2002, p 203.
24 Dec 1851 to 3 Jan 1852 QLD Fraser Island [Butchulla] or a collection of clans that had sought refuge on the island 100 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Lauer 1977; SMH, January 22, 1852 - https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/page/1509723.
17 Mar 1852 SA Brachina Gorge Flinders Ranges Yura - Adnyamathanha 15 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Foster and Nettelbeck 2001, p 94-105.
5 May 1852 to 8 May 1852 QLD Yamboucal (2), Maranoa Pastoral District Mandandanji 6 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Collins 2002: 164-179
1 Aug 1852 to 31 Aug 1852 NSW Darkie Point, Ebor Baanbay 6 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Clayton-Dixon 2019.
1 Aug 1852 to 31 Aug 1852 NSW Paddys Land, New England Anaiwan 10 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Uralla Times and District Advocate, 19 April 19, 1923, p 1 ; Don Dorrigo Gazette, October 27, 1939, p 2 , and August 3, 1945, p 5 and September 25, 1953, p 9 ; Daily Examiner, October 28, 1942, p 1 ; Guyra Argus, July 11, 1935, p 3 Dungog Chronicle, June 7, 1932, p 4
20 Sep 1852 to 30 Sep 1852 QLD Moonie Station, Maranoa Pastoral District Bigambul (Balonne Aborigines) 6 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Collins 2002, pp 198-9.
1 Nov 1852 to 30 Nov 1852 QLD Ukabulla Station, Maranoa Pastoral District (2) Mandandanji 6 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Skinner 1975, p 96-7; Collins 2002, p 203-5.
31 Dec 1853 to 31 Jan 1854 NSW Angel's Beach, East Ballina, Richmond PD Bundjalung 30 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Ainsworth 1987, p 45-6.
1 Jan 1854 to 31 Dec 1854 NSW Murdering Island, Narrandera Wiradjuri 70 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Labor Daily, January 1, 1926, p 8 https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/page/18215858; The Courier, 25 November, 1861, p 3 ; Reid 1980-1: 62-82; Reid 1982; Richards, 2008, p 23.
1 Nov 1857 to 23 Nov 1857 QLD Hornet Bank aftermath (1) Yiman 80 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) George Lang to GS Lang, 31/03/1858, ML A63; Davies 1958, pp 36-9; Richards 2008, pp 23, 63-4.
1 Dec 1857 to 31 Dec 1857 QLD Hornet Bank aftermath (2) Yiman 70 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Richards 2008, p 64.
1 Apr 1858 to 30 Apr 1858 QLD Hornet Bank aftermath (3) Yiman 70 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Richards 2008, pp 63-4.
1 Jan 1859 to 24 Feb 1859 NSW Brewarinna Fish Traps, Barwon River (1) Pooncarie/Parkantyi 20 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Dargin 1976, pp 54-5; Maryborough Chronicle: Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser, May 9, 1876, p 4 http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article148509158
1 Nov 1859 to 30 Nov 1859 QLD Fitzroy River (2) Karunbara or Rakiwara or Bayali 8 (Aboriginal People) 1 (Colonisers) QSA COL/A26/1860/79.
1 Dec 1859 to 31 Dec 1859 QLD The 'Sapphire', Torres Strait Gudang? 18 (Colonisers) 1 (Aboriginal People) MBC March 24, 1860, p.2 https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/page/13060056, and 11 - https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/page/1484054, and 12 -http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-page1484062 1861; Carment 1980, pp 49-55; Reid 1980-1, pp 62-82; Perrin 1998, pp 84-104. See also, the 'Star' (Ballarat) , 20 November 1861, 'Supplement'; 'The Courier' (Brisbane), 20 December 1861, p.5 and 16 January 1862; 'Rockhampton Bulletin', 4 January 1862, p.2; 'Queensland Times' 28 Jan 1862, p.3.
19 Oct 1861 QLD Upper Maranoa Gungabula 10 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Collins 2002, p 213.
25 Oct 1861 QLD Nogoa River Gayiri 30 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Reid 1980-1, pp 62-82; Bowen to Newcastle, 16 Dec. 1861, QSA Gov/23
26 Nov 1861 QLD Expedition Range Mandalgu 60 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) QSA COL/A26/1862/823; SMHDecember 10, 1861, p. 5 ; SMH December 11, 1861 - https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/page/1484054; SMH December 12, 1861, p. 5
1 Dec 1861 QLD Leichhardt River Ngawun 6 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) The Argus, April 16, 1862, p 7 ; Walker, 1863.
10 Dec 1861 QLD Dawson River Mandalgu 10 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) QSA COL/A26/1862/823
1 Jan 1862 to 31 Dec 1862 QLD Planet Creek, Albinia Downs station, 100 kms south east of Springsure Gayiri 70 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Bottoms 2013, p 49.
1 Feb 1862 to 30 Apr 1862 QLD Murdering Creek, Lake Weyba, Sunshine Coast Gubbi Gubbi 25 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Gibbons 2014, pp 142-7; 282.
1 Aug 1862 to 31 Aug 1862 QLD Caboolture River Buyibara 7 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Courier October 4, 1862, p2 - https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/page/47987
1 Sep 1862 to 30 Sep 1862 QLD Pigeon Creek station, tributary of the Warrego River 27 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Chambers 1988, p 45-60.
1 Jan 1864 to 31 Jan 1864 QLD Suttor and Belyando Rivers Jangga 14 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser, April 1, 1865, p 2; Fetherstonhaugh 1917, p 272-4; Willey, 1982, p 44; Richards 2008, p 264; Bottoms 2013, pp 109-110 .
1 Jan 1864 to 31 Dec 1864 QLD Waterview Station, near Ingham 9 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) The Queenslander, October 23, 1880, p 530; Bottoms 2013, p 114.
8 Sep 1864 to 13 Aug 1864 NT Escape Cliffs Woolna 10 (Aboriginal People) 1 (Colonisers) Reid 1990; Austin 1992; SA Parliament Northern Territory Commission of Inquiry 1866.
1 Jan 1865 to 31 Dec 1865 QLD Thouringowa Waterhole, Bulloo River, Bullawarra, Thargomindah Kullilla 300 (Aboriginal People) 1 (Colonisers) Bottoms 2013, pp 63-4; McKellar 1984, p 57.
1 Jan 1865 to 31 Dec 1865 QLD North Keppel Island Woppaburra 10 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Rowland 2004, pp 1-16
4 Apr 1865 to 6 Apr 1865 WA La Grange Yawru, Karajarri 15 (Aboriginal People) 3 (Colonisers) Scates, 1989, pp 21-31; Forrest, 1996 pp 15-16. Australian News for Home Readers, 25 August 1865, pp 1 & 9; Mills and Collins https://www.abc.net.au/news/2017-08-29/explorers-monument-added-to-not-torn-down-or-vandalised/8853224.
21 Jun 1866 QLD Glenmore Downs Darumbal 6 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) QVP 1867
1 Jul 1866 to 31 Jul 1866 QLD Euri Creek 30 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser, August 25, 1866, p4.
28 Sep 1866 QLD Dunjarrobina Waterhole 8 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Brisbane Courier, November 2, 1866, p 2 ; Gympie Times and Mary River Mining Gazette, December 19, 1903 p12 .
1 Oct 1866 to 31 Oct 1866 QLD Belyando River 9 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Queenslander, November 3, 1866, p9 -
1 Jan 1867 to 31 Dec 1867 QLD Morinish, near Rockhampton 6 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Richards 2008, p 48.
10 Apr 1867 to 30 Apr 1867 QLD The Leap, Mt Mandurana, North Queensland 50 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Moore 1990, pp 61-79; Mackay Mercury and South Kennedy Advertiser April 24, 1867, p 2 .
1 Sep 1867 to 31 Dec 1867 QLD Turtle Head Island, Cape York Yadhaigana 10 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Aboriginal People) Sharp 1992, p 41; Bottoms 2013, p 128.
30 Oct 1867 QLD Stawell River, Cambridge Creek, North Queensland Mbara 12 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) The Argus; Bottoms 2013, p 97; Walker 1863, http://www.burkeandwills.net.au/Journals/Walkers_Journal/Walker_October_1861_RGS.htm.
1 Jan 1868 to 31 Dec 1868 QLD Gray Rock Station, Pelican Creek Iningai 13 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Capricornian, 13 July 1878, p.12 ; Bottoms 2013, p176.
1 Apr 1868 to 31 May 1868 QLD Burketown 59 (Aboriginal People) 1 (Colonisers) Brisbane Courier, 9 June 1868, p 3 ; Queenslander, 13 June 1868, p 7 ; Loos 1982, p 36-7; Ashwin 2002, p 158; Roberts 2005, p 12.
1 Apr 1868 to 31 May 1868 QLD Norman River, Gulf Country 31 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Brisbane Courier, June 9, 1868, p 3 ; Roberts 2005, p 12.
1 May 1868 to 15 May 1868 WA Flying Foam Murajuga, Burrup Peninsula. Jaburara (or Yaburrara, Yapurarra) 60 (Aboriginal People) 3 (Colonisers) The Inquirer and Commercial News, April 1, 1868; 3, https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/page/6579813; ‘The Governor – Statement of D Carley (ii) re: slaughter of natives at “Flying Foam” passage (3679/86)’, SROWA, Cons. 388, File 13; Gara, nd; Gara, 1983; Dyson, 2002; Owen, 2016 p 135, 144, 147; Gifford, 2013.
1 Jun 1869 to 30 Jun 1869 QLD Torres Strait - Pabaju Albany Island Kawalgaw Ya 10 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Bottoms 2013, pp 127-8; Sharp 1992, pp 38-9.
1 Jun 1869 to 30 Jun 1869 QLD The 'Sperwer', Prince of Wales Island, Torres Strait 17 (Colonisers) 0 (Aboriginal People) SMH December 3, 1869: 5 http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article13196353; Inquirer and Commercial News, (Perth WA), January 5, 1870: 3 http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article66033796.
6 Jul 1869 to 31 Jul 1869 WA Minderoo, Pilbara Thalanyji 20 (Aboriginal People) 1 (Colonisers) Sholl to Colonial Secretary 12 June 1869, CSR 647-66 SROWA; Forrest 1996; Gifford 2018, p 89-94; The Sunday Times, October 20, 1918, p 8 https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/57996780
1 Jan 1870 to 31 Dec 1870 NSW Hospital Creek, Brewarinna Pooncarie/Parkantyi 40 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Dargin 1976, p 59.
20 Jan 1870 QLD Murray River Djira 6 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) QSA COL/A185/1873/(993) 99
1 Jan 1872 to 31 Dec 1872 QLD Wombunderry Waterhole, Cooper Creek Kungkari 100 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Bottoms 2013, p 66-7; Durack 2008, p 139.
1 Jan 1872 to 31 Dec 1872 QLD Sweers Island, Gulf of Carpentaria 6 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Richards 2008, p 57; Bottoms 2013, p 169.
1 Jan 1872 to 31 Dec 1872 QLD Woolgar River (2) Ngawn 6 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Richards, 2008, p 22.
1 Mar 1872 to 10 Mar 1872 QLD 'Maria' massacre, Mission Beach Djiru 14 (Colonisers) 0 (Aboriginal People) Queenslander, The April 6, 1872 and April 13,1872 ; Burrowa News, (NSW), January 31, 1879, p. 3; Forster 1872, pp 13-14 ; NSW V&P 1872; Brisbane Courier, April 4, 1872, p3
8 Mar 1872 to 15 Mar 1872 QLD Mission Beach (3) Djiru 45 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Moresby 1876, p 30 ; Queenslander April 6, 1872, p9 and April 13, 1872, p 8 ; Bottoms 2013, p.134-5.
12 Mar 1872 to 31 Mar 1872 QLD Mission Beach (1) Djurun 8 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Queenslander, April 13, 1872, p 8 ; Bottoms 2013, p 134-6; Moresby, 1877
15 Mar 1872 to 31 Mar 1872 QLD Mission Beach (2) Djiru 92 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Moresby, 1876, p 30 ; Bottoms 2013, pp 115; 134-6.
1 Jun 1872 to 15 Jun 1872 QLD Lagoon Creek, Gulf Country 6 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Brisbane Courier September 16 1874, p 3 ; October 27 1874, p 3; Roberts 2005, pp 16-17.
1 Jul 1872 to 31 Jul 1872 QLD Wyandote Station, Valley of Lagoons 11 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Richards, 2008, p.241; Bottoms 2013, p 137.
1 Jul 1872 to 2 Jul 1872 NT Calico Creek Yanyuwa 15 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) ‘Burketown to Port Darwin – II’ Brisbane Courier, October 27, 1874, p 3 ; Dymock 1991; Roberts, 2005; Roberts 2009 ; The Queenslander, October 24, 1874 ; Morrison
20 Jul 1872 to 21 Jul 1872 NT Robinson River Garawa, Gunindiri 30 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Roberts 2005.
24 Jul 1872 to 25 Jul 1872 NT Roper Bar area Yanyuwa 6 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Roberts 2005; Merlan 1978; Ashwin, A.C. Recollections of Ralph Millner’s expedition from Kopperamana to the Northern Territory with sheep and horses in 1870-1 (Compiled 1927), South Australian Archives, Adelaide.
1 Dec 1872 to 31 Dec 1872 QLD Mount Coliseum, QLD Goreng Goreng 12 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Brisbane Courier, March 1, 1873, p 5 ; 'Bob', pers. comm, 13 March 2020.
27 Mar 1873 QLD Mt Farquharson, Stone Range 35 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) The Queenslander, October 23, 1880, p 530 ; Bottoms 2013, p 114-5.
18 Jul 1873 to 31 Jul 1873 NT Barrow Creek (1) Kaititja 30 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Vallee 2004.
1 Oct 1873 to 1 May 1878 NT Yam Creek Wagiman, Mayall, Arigoolia and Jawoyn 15 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Northern Territory Times and Gazette 26 Dec 1873, ; Northern Territory Times and Gazette 30 January 1874, ; Northern Territory Times and Gazette 19 June 1874, ; Northern Territory Times and Gazette 13 April 1878,
5 Nov 1873 QLD Battle Camp, Normanby River Gugu-Warra 80 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Telegraph (Brisbane) January 22, 1874 http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article169519491; Queenslander, June 19, 1880 http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article20333682; Jack, Vol. 2 1922, pp 421-2; Shay, 2012; Bottoms 2013, pp 117-19
22 Feb 1874 to 10 Apr 1874 NT Barrow Creek (2) Kaititja, Anmatyerre, Warumungu, Alyawarra, Warlpiri 50 (Aboriginal People) 2 (Colonisers) BCHAR 1995; South Australian Register, June 25, 1874 ; The Stringer ; Nettelbeck & Foster 2007; Centralian Advocate, September 5, 2017 ; Bell 1983, p 53; Wilson 2000, pp 270-71; Reid 1990, pp 62-65; Mulvaney 2003, pp 44-51; Hartwig 1965, pp 265-276; Kimber 1991; Bradley 2019; Roberts 2005, p 113-114; Daly, 1887, pp 225-226; NTTG September 12, 1874, p. 3 https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/3143233>; SA Gazette No 29 of 1874, pp 1335-37.
20 Oct 1874 QLD Skull Camp Guya Warra 40 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) The Queenslander, November 7, 1874, p.6 ; Richards 2008, pp 27-8; Bottoms 2013, pp 119-20.
1 Jan 1875 to 31 Dec 1875 QLD Thundapurty Waterhole near Durrie, SW Queensland Karuwali 42 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Watson 1998, p 98; Bottoms 2013, p 71.
1 Jan 1875 to 31 Dec 1875 QLD Blackfellows Creek, Upper Palmer River 10 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Brisbane Courier, May 1, 1876, p.3 ; Queenslander, May 6, 1876, p.23< ; Richards 2008, p 264; Orsted-Jensen 2011, p 72.
1 Jan 1875 to 31 Dec 1879 NT Mount Burrell Luritja 15 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Mansfield, 2016, Report, Frances Well Land Claim No 64 2016,
1 Jun 1875 to 3 Jun 1875 NT East Alligator Kunwinjku 25 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) NTTG, August 7, 1875, p 2 ; Lewis 1922 pp 141-144; Daly 1887, pp 226-227.
24 Jul 1875 NT Mount McMinn Mangarayi 40 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Reid, 1990, p xi, 66-67; NTTG, July 17 1875, p. 1 ; NTTG August 14, 1875, p 1 ; NTTG, September 18, 1875, p 2 ; NTTG December 4 1875, p 2 ; NTTG December 25 1875, p 2 ; Wilson 2000, pp 221-222; Roberts 1999; Roper River Police Station Heritage Assessment Report 2015, pp 9-11; Toohey, Roper Bar Land Claim Report 1982, p 3; Austin 1992, pp 15-16; Roberts 2005, pp 115-119.
5 Aug 1875 to 15 Aug 1875 NT Crescent Lagoon Mangarrayi 40 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) NTTG, September 18, 1875, ; December 4 1875, p 2 ; December 25, 1875, p 2 ; Wilson, 2000, pp 221-222; Roper River Police Station Heritage Assessment Report, 2015, pp 9-11; Toohey, Roper Bar Land Claim Report, 1982, p 3; Austin, 1992, pp 15-16; Roberts 2005, pp 116-122.
8 Aug 1875 to 9 Aug 1875 NT Blue Mud Bay Yolngu 40 (Aboriginal People) 1 (Colonisers) NTTG 30 October 1875 http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article3144523; NTTG 18 December 1875, p. 1 https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/3144651; Reid 1990; Macknight 1981; Roberts 2005, 120-121.
18 Aug 1875 to 20 Aug 1875 NT Harris Lagoon Yanyuwa 40 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) NTTG September 18 1875, ; NTTG December 4, 1875, p 2 ; NTTG December 25, 1875, p 2 ; Wilson 2000, pp 221-222; Roberts 2005, p 140; Toohey, Roper River Police Station Heritage Assessment Report 2015, pp 9-11; Roper Bar Land Claim Report 1982, p 3; Austin 1992 HSNT, pp 15-16.
29 Aug 1875 NT Calder Range Mangarrayi 40 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) NTTG September 18, 1875, ; NTTGDecember 4, 1875, p 2 ; NTTG December 25, 1875, p 2 ; Wilson, 2000, pp 221-222; Roberts 2009, pp 115-124; Roper River Police Station Heritage Assessment Report 2015, pp 9-11; Toohey, Roper Bar Land Claim Report 1982, p 3; Austin 1992 HSNT, p 15-16.
2 Sep 1875 NT Mole Hill Mangarrayi 40 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) NTTG July 17, 1875, p 1; NTTG September 18, 1875, p 2 ; NTTG December 4, 1875, p 2 ; NTTG December 25, 1875, p 2 ; NTTG September 18, 1875, p 2 ; Wilson 2000, pp 221-222; Roberts 2005, pp 115-120; Roper River Police Station Heritage Assessment Report, 2015, pp 9-11; Toohey, Roper Bar Land Claim Report, 1982, p. 3; Austin, 1992, HSNT, pp 15-16.
2 Dec 1876 to 20 Dec 1876 NT Settlement Creek Garawa 40 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Roberts, 2005, 38-39.
1 Jan 1877 to 31 Dec 1877 QLD Skull Hole, Mistake Creek, Forsyth Ranges Guwa ((Koa) 200 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Queenslander, The, April 20, 1901, pp 757-8 ; Lumholtz 1889, p 59; Bottoms 2013, p 172-4.
1 Jan 1878 to 31 Jan 1878 NT The Shackle Malak Malak 17 (Aboriginal People) 1 (Colonisers) SHAR 2014; Roberts 2009; Roberts, 2005, p 123; Reid 1990, p 70; Morrison www.australianfrontierconflicts.com.au; NTTG, January 19, 1878 http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article3146552, January 26, 1878 http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article3146569, February 2, 1878 http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article3146587, February 9, 1878 http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article3146598, February 23, 1878 http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article3146639, March 9, 1878 http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article3146690; SA Register, January 28, 1878http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article40780933; January 30, 1878 http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article40791443. Kelsey 1975, pp 64-65; Austin 1992, p 16.
1 Aug 1878 to 20 Sep 1878 QLD Dent Island 30 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Brisbane Courier, September 21, 1878, p 6 ; Richards 2008, p 147.
20 Dec 1878 to 22 Dec 1878 NT Limmen River Yanyuwa 30 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Reid, 1990: 86-87; Roberts, 2005: 48-50; Evening Journal, 20 Jan 1879, p2 : ; Morrison ; Daly 1887 pp 229-231.
1 Feb 1879 to 28 Feb 1879 QLD Buckingham Downs, Selwyn Ranges (1) Yalarrnga 20 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Brisbane Courier, March 5, p. 3, 1879, 'Murders in the Far West" ; Evening News, March 10, 1879, "Massacres by Queensland Blacks" ; Morning Bulletin, March, 1, 1879, "Blackall" ; Queenslander, January 8, 1921, "Sketcher. Early Days in North-West Queensland" ; Townsville Daily Bulletin, June 29, 1917 , January 27, 1931, August 16, 1948 ; Fysh, 1961: 94-6; Bottoms, 2013, p 162-4; Davidson et. al., 2020, p 1-16.
1 Feb 1879 to 28 Feb 1879 QLD Sulieman Creek, Selwyn Ranges (2) Yalarrnga 20 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Brisbane Courier, March 5, 1879, "Murders in the Far West"; Morning Bulletin, March 1, 1879, "Blackall"; Evening News, March 10, 1879, "Massacres by the Queensland Blacks'; Queenslander, January 8, 1921, "Sketcher Early Days in North West Queensland"; Townsville Daily Bulletin, June 29, 1917, January 27, 1931, August 16, 1948; Fysh 1961, p 94; Bottoms 2013, p 162-4; Davidson et. al. 2020, p 1-16.
1 Feb 1879 QLD Goodwood Station, Selwyn Ranges (3) Yalarrnga, Pitta Pitts 20 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Brisbane Courier, March 5, 1879, "Murders in the Far West"; Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton), March 1, 1879, "Murders in the Far West"; Queenslander, January 15, 1921, "Sketcher. Early Days in North West Queensland"; Townsville Daily Bulletin, June 29, 1917, January 27, 1931<, August 16, 1948; Fysh, 1961, p 94; Bottom, 2013, pp 162-4; Davidson, et al. 2020, pp 1-16.
1 Feb 1879 to 28 Feb 1879 QLD Monastery Creek, Selwyn Ranges (4) Yakarrnga, Pitta Pitas 20 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton), March 1, 1879, "Blackall [From our Correspondent]"; Brisbane Courier, March 5, 1879, "Murders in the Far West"; The Queenslander, January 15, 1921, "Sketcher. Early Days in North-West Queensland" ; Townsville Daily Bulletin, June 29, 1917, p 2; January 27, 1931; August 16, 1948<
1 Feb 1879 to 28 Feb 1879 QLD Dajarra Monument, Selwyn Ranges (5) Yalarrnga, Pitta Pitta 20 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Brisbane Courier, March 5, 1879, "Murders in the Far West" ; Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton), March 1, 1879, "Blackall. [From our Correspondent] ; Queenslander, January 8, 1921 "Sketcher, Early Days in North-West Queensland" ; Townsville Daily Bulletin, June 29, 1917, January 27, 1931< http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article61581906>, August 16, 1948 ; Fysh 1961, p 94; Bottoms 2013, p 162-4; Davidson, 2020, p 1-16.
15 Feb 1879 QLD Indian Head, North Shore, Cooktown Guugu Yimithirr 28 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Brisbane Courier, March 1, 1879, p 6 ; Bottoms 2013, pp 121-2.
5 Mar 1879 QLD Annandale Station, Channel Country Pita Pita 27 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Queenslander, 24 May 1879, p.668 ; Bottoms 2013: 71-2.
1 Apr 1879 to 30 Apr 1879 QLD Glengyle station, Channel Country Pita Pita 29 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Queenslander, The, 24 May 1879, p 668 ; Bottoms 2013, pp 71-2.
1 Jan 1880 to 31 Dec 1899 WA Panton River - East Kimberley Worla, Kitja 10 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Biddy Malingal, cited in Ross and Bray, 1989 p 9.
1 Jan 1880 to 31 Dec 1880 QLD Rifle Creek, Mt Carbine Djabugay 6 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Bottoms 2013, p 151.
1 Jan 1880 to 31 Dec 1880 QLD Long Lagoon, Mt Spencer Station, North Queensland 100 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Finch-Hatton 1886, pp 132-3; Lumholtz 1889, p 373; Bottoms, 2013, pp 87-9.
1 Oct 1880 to 30 Nov 1880 WA Ravensthorpe (Conconurup/Kukenarup/Carracarrup) Minang Noongar 30 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Brockway 1998, pp 429-445; De Landgrafft https://www.abc.net.au/news/rural/2015-05-22/kukenarup-memorial-opened-in-ravensthorpe/6490332; Western Mail, October 17, 1935, p 8
1 Oct 1880 to 31 Dec 1880 NT Calvert River Garawa, Mara, Yanyuwa 30 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Roberts 2005; 53.
1 Oct 1881 to 31 Oct 1881 QLD Lizard Island Guugu Yimidhirr 150 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Falkiner & Oldfield 2000, pp 114-120, 224; Richards 2008, p 92.
16 Jul 1882 to 30 Sep 1882 NT Red Lily Lagoon Mungarrayi 20 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Reid, 1990; Roberts, 2005; Morrison ; Clement & Bridge, 1991; Gunn, 1908; Merlan, 1978.
1 Jan 1884 to 31 Dec 1884 QLD Allumbah, (Yungaburra) Skull Pocket, Mulgrave River Yidinydi 20 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Bottoms 2013:147-8
1 Jan 1884 to 31 Dec 1884 QLD Battle Creek, Cloncurry Kalkadoon 18 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Fysh 1961, p 143-5; Agee, 2011; Bottoms 2013, p 164-5.
1 Feb 1884 to 28 Feb 1884 NT Skeleton Creek Garawa 50 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Roberts 2005; Gaunt, ‘Old Time Memories: The Birth of Borroloola’ in Northern Standard, 13 October 1931, p 4 ; Ritchie, Lead in my Grandmother’s Body (exhibition) ; Morrison,
1 Jun 1884 to 2 Jun 1884 QLD Massacre Inlet, Gulf Country Nyangga 30 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Queensland Places, Burke Shire: ; Personal communication (E Webber to R Smith, 5 Dec 2021); and .
1 Aug 1884 to 22 Sep 1884 NT Blackfellows Bones Bore Anmatyerr 75 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Olney 1993, p 8-9; Perkins 1975; Adelaide Observer, 20 September 1884, p 31 ; Parks and Wildlife Commission of the Northern Territory, 2002 .
7 Aug 1884 to 7 Sep 1884 NT Attack Gap Anmatyerr 150 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Sid Stanes, Trish Lonsdale Collection, NTRS 3414/Part 1; Kimber, 1990; Parks and Wildlife Commission of the Northern Territory, 2002 .
7 Aug 1884 to 7 Sep 1884 NT Wirmbrandt and Rembrandt Rocks Anmatyerr 100 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Traynor 2016; Kimber, D. 10 September, 2003, Alice Springs News ; Nettelbeck & Foster 2007, p 16; Wilson 2000, p 272; Morrison ; Adelaide Observer, September 20, 1884 ; NTTG, October 25, 1884, p2 ; Perkins 1975; NT Archives Service NTRS 3414/Part 1 – Sid Stanes, Lonsdale Collection Reel 25, side 1; NTRS 3414 – Reel 26, side 1 - Harry Tilmouth; Parks and Wildlife Commission of the Northern Territory, 2002 .
1 Sep 1884 to 30 Sep 1884 QLD Battle Mountain, Cloncurry Kalkadoons 30 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Bottoms 2013, pp164-6; Richards, 2010.
2 Sep 1884 to 17 Oct 1884 NT Daly River Murrinh-patha 70 (Aboriginal People) 4 (Colonisers) Nettelbeck 2004; Wilson 2000; Morrison www.australianfrontierconflicts.com.au; Evening Journal, June 4, 1885 ; SA Register, June 11, 1885 http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article44534459; Roberts 2005, p 125-131; Roberts 2009; North Australian, November 27, 1885 ; Markus 1974, p 12-34; 'Report on the pursuit of the Daly River murderers', North Australian, January 8, 1886, ; SAPP, No.170, 1885; Morris 2019; Reid, B 2020; Clement & Bridge 1991, p 16; Daly 1887, pp 257-263.
27 Sep 1884 NT Argument Flat NT Ngan'gikurrunggurr 10 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Austin 1992; SA Evening Journal, 4 June 1885, ; SA Register, February 12, 1886 p 6 SAEvening Journal, 4 June 1885, ; SA Register, 12 Feb 1886 ; NTTG 4 Oct 1884 ; Reid 2020, p 70; Government Resident's Quarterly Report on the NT, Quarter ending 30 Sept 1884, pp13-14.>; Reid 2020, p 70; Government Resident's Quarterly Report on the NT, Quarter ending 30 Sept 1884, pp13-14.
1 Oct 1884 to 31 Oct 1884 QLD Irvinebank, inland from Cairns 6 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Richards 2008, p 33; Brisbane Courier, November 14, 1884 http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article3436110; Genever 1996, p 16.
1 Dec 1884 to 21 Dec 1884 NT Mount Sonder Arrernte 17 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Nettelbeck (2004), pp 190-206; Nettelbeck & Foster (2007) pp 34-35; Wilson (2000), p 273; Roberts (2005), p 113; Kimber (1990), p 15.
1 Jan 1885 to 31 Dec 1885 NT Florida Station Iwaidja 100 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Trudgen 2000; Baker 2018.
1 May 1885 to 31 May 1885 NT Calvert Downs Garawa, Mara, Yanyuwa 60 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Letter to Mattie, 1/9/1885, Robert Niall/Elsie Ritchie Collection; Roberts, 2009: Searcy, 1909: 174.
1 Jun 1885 to 30 Jun 1885 NT Angle Soak, Mount Riddock Anmatyerr 20 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Bowman, 2015.
30 Oct 1885 NT Elsey Creek Mangarrayi 12 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Clement & Bridge 1991; Roberts 2009; Jane Morrison
1 Jan 1886 to 31 Dec 1886 WA Mount Clere and Mount Labouchere Yamatji 11 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) 'The Governor - Statements of Rev JB Gribble (xi) Natives shot at Mounts Clere and Labouchere (3673/86)', SROWA, S2032, Cons 388, Item 9; Gribble, JB 1987 [1886].
1 Apr 1886 to 31 May 1886 NT Massacre Waterfalls Garawa, Yanuywa, Gudanji 30 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Roberts, 2005, pp 180-181.
1 Apr 1886 to 30 Jun 1886 NT Seale Gorge Ngarinman, Bilinara 30 (Aboriginal People) 2 (Colonisers) Charola & Meakins, 2016; North Australian, April 30, 1886, p 3 ; NTTG May 1, 1886, p 2 ; Zach Hope, NT News, ‘Bones tell of a past steeped in horror’, 19 August 2016, p 12 (Accessed 26 January 2020) .
1 Apr 1886 to 31 May 1886 NT Abner Range Garawa, Ngandji 25 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Roberts 2009; O'Brien & Adams 1999; NTTG, April 24, 1886 ; Costello 1930, pp 164, 167; Northern Standard, October 16, 1931, ; May 29, 1934 http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article49494183 and June 1, 1934 ; Bottoms 2013.
1 Jul 1886 to 1 Sep 1886 WA 'Spear Gully' Halls Creek Jaru, Kitja 20 (Aboriginal People) 1 (Colonisers) Clement 2000, p 6; Clement and Bridge, 1991, p xiii; 'Moola Bulla: In the shadow of the mountain', Magabala Books, Broome. Kimberley Languages Resource Centre,1996, p 37; WAPD, Report by Sergt Troy from R. McPhee regarding death of Fred Marriot, Derby Police Station, 3 July 1886, SROWA, AN 5, Acc. 738/3; Lamond 1971, pp 29-30; Owen, 2003 129-156; Owen, 2016, 225-231; Green, 1995.
1 Aug 1886 to 31 Aug 1886 NT Yulbarra Yanyuwa 20 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) NTTG, 18 September 1886, p 2, ; Roberts 2005; Morrison
17 Nov 1886 to 11 Jan 1887 WA John 'Big Johnnie' Durack Massacre Worla, Jaru, Kitja 120 (Aboriginal People) 1 (Colonisers) WAPD, East Kimberley Wyndham Police Station. Ambush of John Durack and Party by natives, 17/11/86 to 12/12/86', report 11 January 1887, ‘Report from P.C. Ritchie of the wilful shooting of 'Young Jacky' and 'Monday' by 'Nipper'. J.J. Durack implicated. December 28, 1897, SROWA, AN 5/1, Cons. 430, File 298/1887; West Australian, November 14, 1892 p 3 https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/3042051/804064; WAPD, ‘East Kimberley, Wyndham Station, Death of John Durack by Natives, Undated Note Signed ‘Gurney’, Det, Received by the Police Dept, 15 November 1892’, SROWA, AN 5/1, Cons. 430, File 2108/1892, p 3; SROWA Acc 741/1, Wyndham Police Occurrence Book, 1886-1888, Entries 26 Nov 1886 and 1 Dec 1886; Durack 1933, p 43; Owen 2003, pp 135-145; Owen 2016, pp 225-232.
17 Nov 1886 to 21 Jan 1887 NT Waterloo Ngarinman 100 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Lewis 2018; SA Register, December 9, 1886, p 5 ; North Australian, December 10, 1886, p 3 December 24, 1896, p 3 and January 21, 1897 p 2 ; p 3 ; NTTG, December 11, 1886, p 3 and December 25, 1886, p 2 ; Durack, 2018 [1959], pp 292-294.
1 Jan 1887 to 31 Dec 1887 QLD Normanton 6 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Richards 2008, p 34.
1 Jan 1887 to 31 Dec 1887 NT Owen Springs Arrernte 30 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) NTRS 3414/Part 1, Sid Stanes, Reel 22, Side 2 (Trish Lonsdale Collection); The Register, (Adelaide) September 26, 1928, p 6 http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article56761342; Wurmbrand police record, NT Police Historical Society https://sites.google.com/site/ntpmhsociety/home/our-rich-history/people/biographies/wurmbrand-erwein; Roberts T 'The Brutal Truth' The Monthly, November 2009; Parks and Wildlife Commission of the Northern Territory, 2002 .
1 Jan 1888 to 31 Dec 1888 NT Lower Wearyan River Garawa, Yanuywa, Gudanji 40 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Roberts, 2005, p 198.
1 Apr 1888 to 30 Apr 1888 WA Goose Hill - East Kimberley Kitja, Worla 6 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) CSO, ‘Government Resident Wyndham - Natives (5) shot by PC. Graham & others in April 88. Report,’ File Note G.B. Phillips, Commissioner of Police to Hon. Colonial Secretary, enclosing reports from Sergeant Troy and statements from PC Graham and native assistant Banjo, 2 October 1888, SROWA, AN 24, Acc. 527, File 2776/1888; Sunday Times, September 13, 1908, p 3 https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/57585524/4330457; Owen 2016, pp 236-240.
1 Jul 1888 to 30 Sep 1888 WA Goldfields Road - Halls Creek Kitja 35 (Aboriginal People) 1 (Colonisers) NTTG, August 18, 1888 http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article3313470; Eastern Districts Chronicle, October 13, 1888, p 2 https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/148605424/18172060; Daily News September 5, 1929, p 6https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/79213432/7807983; Durack, 1936, pp 35-6; Angelo 1948; Clement 1989, p 8; Clement and Bridge 1991, p 46; Owen and Choo 2003, p135-142; Owen 2016, p 231-233.
1 Jan 1889 to 31 Dec 1897 NT Elkedra Alyawarr 40 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) NT Archives Service, NTRS 3414, Trish Lonsdale Collection, Reel 3, Bill Riley; Bell, 1978; Whitebeach 2006; Luke, 2019
1 Jan 1889 to 31 Dec 1896 NT Mirki Iwaidja 40 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Read and Read 1991; Gaunt 1934, ‘Old Time Memories, The Lepers of Arnheim [sic] Land and Sketches’ Northern Standard July 10, 1834, p 6 .
1 Jun 1889 to 15 Jun 1889 QLD Chulangun Camping ground, Far North Qld Kaangui 20 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Brisbane Courier, 20 May 1889, p 5; 28 May 1889, p 5; Queenslander, The, 1 June 1889, p 1013 ; Vogan 1890, p 137; Loos 1982, p 61; Bottoms 2013, p 124.
2 Jun 1889 to 14 Jun 1889 QLD Archer River (1), Batavia area (Wenlock) Kaanjui 20 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Vogan 1890, p.137; Loos 1982, p. 61; Bottoms 2013, p124.
2 Jun 1889 to 14 Jun 1889 QLD Archer River (2), Batavia area (Wenlock) Kaanjui 20 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Brisbane Courier, 20 May 1889, p.5 ; 28 May 1889, p.5 ; Queenslander, 1 June 1889, p.1013 ; Vogan1890: 137; Loos 1982: 61; Bottoms 2013: 124.
6 Jun 1889 to 14 Jun 1889 QLD Archer River (3), Batavia area (Wenlock) Kaanjui 20 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) BC 20 May 1889, p5 ; 28 May 1889, p5 ; Queenslander 1 June 1889, p1013 ; Vogan 1890, p 137; Loos 1982, p 61; Bottoms 2013, p 124.
11 Jun 1889 QLD Wenlock, Batavia area (Wenlock) Kaanjui 20 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Vogan, 1890, p137; Loos 1982, p 61; Bottoms 2013, p 124.
1 Jan 1890 to 31 Jan 1890 WA Mount Ida (1) Wongai 30 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) The Southern Cross Times, December 24, 1904 p 25
1 Jan 1890 to 31 Dec 1890 WA Kimberley Mass Poisoning Multiple Kimberley 20 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) SMHDecember 24, 1910, p 5 ;The Daily News, January 24, 1911, p 1 http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article81758288>
1 Jan 1890 to 31 Dec 1899 WA Newry Station, Keep River, East Kimberley/ Northern Territory Mirrawong Gadjerong 40 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Shaw 1983, p 35; Owen 2016, p 335.
1 Jan 1890 to 31 Dec 1899 WA Ruby Plains -East Kimberley Kitja, Jaru 10 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Thomas, 1985 - https://www.awm.gov.au/collection/C2148046
1 Jan 1890 to 31 Dec 1899 WA Kariyarri - Pilbara Ngarluma, Kariyarri 50 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Wilson, 1961, p 61.
1 Jan 1890 to 31 Dec 1899 WA Warlupany - East Kimberley Worla, Kitja 10 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Ross and Bray, 1989, p 16; Ryan 2001, pp 71-75.
1 Jan 1890 to 31 Dec 1899 SA Koonchera Waterhole (Clifton Hills) Wardumba 40 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Hercus 1977: 56-62.
1 Jan 1890 to 31 Dec 1899 SA Nappamanna Station, near Pandie Pandie station Wanganuru 40 (Aboriginal People) 1 (Colonisers) Hercus 1977, p 56; Farwell 1950, p 38-40.
1 Jan 1890 to 31 Mar 1890 QLD Malanda, Far North Queensland 6 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Townsville Daily Bulletin, February 2, 1933, p 10 ; Ramsland 2019, pp 46-9.
1 Jan 1890 to 28 Dec 1890 SA Cooninghera Waterhole, Diamantina River Mindiri and Wardumba 40 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Hercus 1977: 56; Farwell 1950: 36-40.
1 Jan 1890 to 31 Dec 1890 NT Mistake Creek Malngin and Nyinin 60 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Austin 1992; Shaw & McDonald 1978.
1 Jun 1890 to 30 Jun 1890 QLD Barron River, Cairns 8 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Capricornian, September 6, 1890, p.6 ; Queenslander, September 19, 1891, p. 572-3 .
15 Aug 1890 to 16 Aug 1890 NT Blackfella Creek Ngarinman, Bilinara 25 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Charola & Meakins 2016; Hope, NT News, 19 Aug 2016, p 12.
24 Jun 1891 NT Frew River Alyawarr, Wakaya, Kaytete and Warumungu 30 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) NTRS 3413 – Lonsdale, Patricia – Records relating to research interviews with Centralians 1963-1986; Bell 1983; Evening Journal, July 6 1891, p. 2 ; NTRS 3414 – Trish Lonsdale Collection – Reel 26, Harry Tilmouth, p19; Reel 3, Bill Riley, p 11; Whitebeach, 2006, p 175; Adelaide Observer, July 11, 1891, p 34 .
1 Jan 1892 to 31 Dec 1892 NT Abner Range, Malakoff Creek Garawa 68 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Roberts 2009. SEE ALSO O'Brien & Adams 1999; NTTG, April 24, 1886 http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article3159378; Costello 1930, pp 164, 167; Northern Standard, October 16, 1931, and June 1, 1934 ; Bottoms 2013; Thompson 2018.
30 Jan 1892 to 9 Dec 1896 NT Corella Creek, Bowgan (1) Garawa, Yanuwa 30 (Aboriginal People) 3 (Colonisers) Read and Read 1991, pp 26-28; GSNT Record 579; NTTG, March 4, 1892, p 3 ; NTTG, March 5, 1897, p 3 ; Gaunt, 'The Tragedy of Bowgun [sic]', Northern Standard (Darwin) 19 February 19, 1932 p 3; NTRS 2710 – Borroloola Police Letter Books – entry, June 1893; Morrison ; Ucko & Layton 1999; RAHC ; SA Legislative Council Select Committee Inquiry into the Aborigines Bill 1899.
30 Jan 1892 to 9 Dec 1896 NT Nicholson River, Bowgan (2) Garawa, Yanuwa 30 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Read & Read 1991; GSNT Record 579; NTTG, March 4, 1892, p 3 ; NTTG, Mar 5, 1897, p 3 ; Gaunt Northern Standard,/i>, (Darwin) February 19, 1932 ; NTRS 2710/P1 Borroloola Police Day Book - Memo, Foelsche to MC Power - 12 March 1892; Morrison ; Ucko & Layton 1999, RAHC .
1 Jun 1892 to 31 Aug 1892 WA Leopold Ranges - West Kimberley Bunuba, Nyikina 7 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) ‘‘Two men murdered and third wounded by natives on the Leopold Ranges - Police Corporal Holmes, Derby, [Thomas Henry; Robert Allen; William Amitage; Robert (?) Goodridge; Thomas Yates; Robert Henry; 'Barrier Station;' Ernest Black]’, SROWA, AN 24, Cons. 527, File 939/1892; Owen, 2016, p 296-297; Western Mail, June 18, 1892, p42 http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article33075265; NTTG, August 18, 1888 http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article3313470; Eastern Districts Chronicle, October 13, 1888, p 2 https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/148605424/18172060; Daily News September 5, 1929, p 6https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/79213432/7807983; Durack, 1936, pp 35-6; Angelo 1948; Clement 1989, p 8; Clement and Bridge 1991, p 46; Owen and Choo 2003, p135-142; Owen 2016, p 231-233.
20 Oct 1892 NT Willeroo (1) Warlpiri 30 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Lewis 2004; NTTG October 21, 1892, p 3 ; November 4, 1892 p 3 ; November 11, 1892 http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article3322818; Willshire, 1895, p 8; Morrison,
1 Nov 1892 to 21 Nov 1892 NT Willeroo (2) Wardaman 30 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Lewis, 2004; NTTG October 21, 1892 p 3 ; November 4, 1892 p 3 ; November 11, 1892 http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article3322818; Willshire 1895; Morrison,
1 Jan 1893 to 31 Dec 1893 NT Malay Bay Bahasa 6 (Other) 1 (Aboriginal People) Read & Read 1991; Habeas Corpus 2017: Appendix A: 23; NTTG, August 11, 1893 ; October 21, 1892, p 2 ; October 28, 1892, p 3 ; January 15, 1904, p 3
1 Jul 1893 to 31 Jul 1893 WA Behn River near Rosewood station - East Kimberley Kitja, Jaru 23 (Aboriginal People) 1 (Colonisers) The Daily News, September 27, 1893, p 2, https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/77380675/7823132; The Western Australian Record, October 5, 1893, p 7, https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/211985512/22978455; NTTG, October 20, 1893, p 3 http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article3325314; CSO, ‘Encounter with native offenders in East Kimberley District H. Collins killed in. Reporting, - Sub Inspector Drewry,’Journal of a trip by Sergt Brophy and party in pursuit of natives who are killing cattle on the Ord Osmand and other rivers, Correspondence from Commissioner Phillips, J, 28 September 1893, SROWA, AN 24, 527, File 90/1894; Lewis 2012; Owen and Choo, 2003, pp 135-145; Owen, 2016, pp 347-350.
1 Oct 1893 to 24 Nov 1893 WA Ord River-East Kimberley Kitja, Jaru, Mirrawong 30 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) CSO, Journal of a trip by Sergt Brophy and party in pursuit of natives who are killing cattle on the Ord, Osmand and other rivers 1 October 1893–24 November 1893,’ SROWA, AN 24, Cons. 527, File 90/1894; The Daily News, September 27, 1893, p 2 < https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/77380675>; Owen and Choo, 2003, p 135-145; Owen, 2016, pp 348-350.
15 Oct 1893 to 31 Dec 1893 NT Collins Creek Ngarinman, Bilinara 53 (Aboriginal People) 1 (Colonisers) Lewis, 2021, p 528.
1 Jun 1894 to 5 Jun 1894 NT Blackgin Creek Ngarinman, Bilinara 20 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Roberts 2009; Willshire 1895; Morrison, ; Rose1992; Hope, NT News, 19 Aug 2016, p 12 'Bones tell of past steeped in horror'; D. J. Mulvaney, 'Willshire, William Henry (1852–1925)', Australian Dictionary of Biography, Vol 12, 1990; Meakins 2017; Rose, 1992.
1 Aug 1894 to 20 Aug 1894 NT Kings Canyon Luritja 10 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Watarrka National Park Joint Management Plan, 2010,
1 Aug 1894 to 2 Aug 1894 NT Gordon Creek Ngarinyman, Karrangpurru, Nungali, Malngin, Wardaman, Ngaliwurru, Bilinara 6 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Willshire, Land of the Dawning, 1896, p 47.
1 Aug 1894 to 30 Aug 1894 NT Wickham River Ngarinman, Bilinara 35 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Willshire, 1895; Rose, 1992.
30 Oct 1894 NT Victoria River Ngarinyman, Karrangpurru, Nungali, Malngin, Wardaman, Ngaliwurru, Bilinara 10 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Willshire, 1896, p 61.
19 Nov 1894 WA Geike Gorge (2), West Kimberley Bunuba, Nykina, Goonyiyandi 30 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) APB, ‘Correspondence, Report for the Secretary of the Aboriginal Protection Board of Western Australia from Mr George Marsden on Oobagooma Cattle Station, 21 December 1896’, SROWA, AN 1, Cons. 495, Item 44; WAPD, ‘Capture of Wild Natives in the Oscar and Barrier Ranges’, 26 January 1895, SROWA, Cons. 430, File 3548/1897. See telegram from Inspector Lawrence to Commissioner of Police, 5 January 1895; The West Australian, January 8, 1895, p 2 https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/3071337; Western Mail, January 12, 1895, p 13 https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/33111918; Clement and Bridge 1998, pp 47-79; McGregor 1985, pp 100-122; Pederson 1995, pp 132-142; Owen 2016, pp 315-330.
13 Dec 1894 to 6 Jan 1895 WA Geike Gorge (1) - West Kimberley Bunuba 7 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) WAPD, ‘Capture of Wild Natives in the Oscar and Barrier Ranges’, 26 January 1895, SROWA, Cons. 430, File 3548/1897. See telegram from Inspector Lawrence to Commissioner of Police, January 5, 1895; West Australian, January 8, 1895, p 2, href="https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/3071337/810682">https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/3071337/810682; Western Mail, January 12, 1895, p 13 http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article33111918; Owen, 2016, pp 315-316.
1 Jun 1895 to 30 Jun 1895 WA Margaret River, Leopold Ranges Goonyiyandi, Bunuba 9 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) WAPD, ‘Wholesale killing of cattle on Margaret River,’ 23 July 1895, SROWA, Cons. 430, File 1808/1895; Shaw 1981, p 47; Owen 2016, pp 322-24.
7 Jun 1895 NSW Fairmount, Bellinger River Bandjalung 6 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) National Advocate, (Bathurst), August 5, 1895, p 3 .
1 Jul 1895 to 30 Jul 1895 NT Stapleton Siding Koongurrukun and Warrai 80 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) McGuinness 1991; Murgatroyd 2001; Toohey 1981; Kungarakan Culture and Education Association: https://kungarakan.org.au/
14 Jul 1895 to 1 Feb 1896 NT Gordon Creek Bilinara, Wardaman 60 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Austin, 1992; Read & Read, 1991; NTTG, June 14, 1895, p 3 ; NTTG, June 28, 1895, p 3 ; NTTG, March 13, 1896, p 3 ; Lewis 2021; Sutton, 2019, https://www.news.com.au/news/grisly-secret-of-cattlemen-who-kept-40-pairs-of-ears-as-trophies-in-outback-horror-house/news-story/17022ba7691314b4cff5aadbf8511936; Lewis, 2012, p 98; Lewis, 2004; Olney Justice Howard (1989) Kidman Springs/Jasper Gorge Land Claim, Report No 30, AGPS, Canberra ; Rose & Lewis, Oral history with Big Mick Kanginang recorded at Yarralin, VRD, 16 April 1982; Wilson, 2001; Willshire, 1895; Lewis, 2021, p 482.
1 Aug 1895 to 2 Aug 1895 NT Blackfellows Knob Ngarinman, Bilinara 15 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Charola & Meakins 2016; Hope, NT News, 19 August 2016; National Museum of Australia, Collaborating for Indigenous Rights, Wave Hill Walk Off, Petition to the Governor-General 1967 (Accessed 26 January 2020).
1 Nov 1895 to 30 Nov 1895 NT Little Gregory Ngarinyman, Karrangpurru, Nungali, Malngin, Wardaman, Ngaliwurru, Bilinara 10 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Lewis 2004; Cahill, letter, SA Register, September 4, 1900 p 6
11 Nov 1895 WA Ivanhoe Station (1) East Kimberley Kitja, Mirrawong 20 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) ‘Private diary of Sergeant Thomas Wheatley during police patrols from Wyndham from 6 November to 23 December 1895’, [Wheatley Manuscript], 11 November 1895, Battye Library, Cons.1266A, Manuscript; Owen 2016, pp 361-62.
11 Dec 1895 to 31 Dec 1895 NT Bradshaw Station (1) Ngarinman 15 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Lewis 2018. See also Lewis, 2004, p 229.
27 Dec 1895 WA Ivanhoe Station (2) East Kimberley Mirrawong Gadgerong 20 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) CSO, ‘Telegram from Sub Inspector Orme to Commissioner of Police GB Phillips’, Wyndham Station, 15 December 1895, SROWA, AN 24, Cons.527, File 823/1895. See also Telegram dated 27 December 1895. Const. Inglis and party ‘dispersed several tribes on Lissadell and Ord River Stations’, CSO, AN 24, Cons.527, File 823/1895. Owen, 2003, pp 360-364.
1 Jan 1896 to 31 Dec 1896 WA Linnekar Gorge [Turner Station] Kitja, Jaru 10 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Turner cited in Ross and Bray 1989, p 19.
1 Jan 1896 to 31 Dec 1896 NT Bradshaw Station (2) Ngarinman, Bilinara 30 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Lewis, 2004; NTTG September 18, 1896, p 2
1 Apr 1896 to 30 Apr 1896 NT Bradshaw Station (3) Ngarinman, Bilinara 15 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Lewis, 2004.
1 May 1896 to 31 May 1896 QLD Lakefield, Far North Queensland 6 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Other) Queenslander, May 9, 1896, p 871 ; May 16, 1896, p 917 ; June 6, 1896, p 1063 .
14 Aug 1896 WA Fitzroy River Valley, West Kimberley Bunuba, Nyikina, Unggarangi 9 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Native Troubles on the Fitzroy,' West Australian, August 21, 1896, p 2 http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article3098102; WAPD, Telegram to Commissioner of Police from Sub Inspector Ord. 7 August 1896, SROWA, Cons. 430, File 2301/96; McGregor, 1985, pp 103-122; McGregor, 1993, pp 63-82; Muecke, et. al. 1985, pp 81-100; Owen, 2016, pp 326-330.
22 Sep 1896 to 30 Jan 1897 WA Rosewood and Lissadell, Ord River, East Kimberley Kitja, Worla, Jaru, Mirrawong 50 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) WAPD, ‘Copy of PC Rhatigan’s Journal for September 1896’, Argyle Camp, 15 September 1896, SROWA, Cons. 430, File 3689/1896; WAPD, Copy of PC Freeman’s Journal from Wyndham to Argyle Police camp, 24 October 1896, SROWA, Cons. 430, File 3688/1896; WAPD, Copy of PC Rhatigan’s Journal whilst travelling from Argyle camp to Wyndham from the 5 October to the 22 October 1896’, 5 October 1896, SROWA, Cons. 430, File 3690/1896; WAPD, PC Freeman’s Journal whilst on Patrol on Ord River and Lissadell Runs’, 25 December 1896, SROWA, Cons.430, File 1344/1897; WAPD, ‘PC Freeman’s Journal whilst on Patrol on Ord River and Lissadell Runs’, 6 January 1897, SROWA, Cons. 430, File 1344/1897; WAPD, ‘Journal of P.C. Rhatigan patrolling the Argyle, Lissadell and Ord River Stations - January 17 to 22, 1897’, Argyle Police Camp, 15 January 1897, SROWA, Cons. 430, File 1345/1897; Owen 2016, pp 364-67.
1 May 1899 to 13 Jun 1899 WA 'Chinese Garden' - East Kimberley Yiiji, Ngarinyin 9 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) CSO, ‘Clerk of Court, Wyndham – Murder of Ah Sing by Blacks – Reporting Supposed’, SROWA, Cons. 527, File 2773/1898; WAPD, ‘Police Constable Farley (305) and Others Report of the Murder of Aboriginal Assistant, Dicky, Speared by Hostile Natives at Durack River While Trying to Apprehend Murderers of Ah Sing’, East Kimberley District, Wyndham Station, July 1899, SROWA, AN 5/1, Cons. 430, File 2873/1899; SROWA, Wyndham Police Station Letterbook, Acc 741-12, 1899-1901; Owen 2016, p 371; Green 1995, pp 94-95; The Inquirer and Commercial News, September 28, 1894, p 8, 18 < http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article66250855; p 18 http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article66250764>
1 Jan 1900 to 31 Dec 1900 WA Jail House Creek - East Kimberley Worla, Kitja 50 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Hector Chunda in Ross and Bray, 1989, p 18.
20 Jul 1900 NSW Breelong, near Gilgandra 8 (Colonisers) 0 (Aboriginal People) Nepean Times, July 28, 1900, p 3 http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article101351156; Durham & Gloucester Advertiser, July 31, 1900 ; Muswellbrook Chronicle, October 6, 1900, p 4 http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article107010252; SMH, July 23, 1900, p 7 http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article14325848; July 28, p 12 http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article14327294 Nov 24, 1900, p11 http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article14377033; Singleton Argus, Jan 19, 1901, p 4 http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article78908493;Evening News, July 27, 1900, p 3 http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article112586798; August 7, 1900, p 5 http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article112584490; August 22, 1900, p 4 http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article112584861; August 31, 1900, p 8 http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article112590518; September 1, 1900, p 6 http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article112587452.
1 Jan 1901 to 31 Dec 1902 NT Hodgson Downs Station Alawa 40 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Morrison ; Ucko & Layton 1999; Read & Read 1991; RAHC; Olney, J. (2003) Lower Roper River Land Claim No 70, Aboriginal Land Commissioner, Darwin; Merlan 1978.
1 Jan 1902 to 31 Dec 1902 QLD Ducie River, Cape York 6 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Richards 2008, p 35.
1 Aug 1902 to 30 Aug 1902 NT Ooratippra Station Alyawarr 20 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Powell & McFarland, 2016; Trish Lonsdale Collection, NTRS 3414/Part 1 – Sid Stanes; Ooratippra Consent Determination: https://www.clc.org.au/articles/info/401; Ross River Homestead website http://rossriverresort.com.au/the-resort; Diary of William Coulthard, 1903, NT Library: https://territorystories.nt.gov.au/10070/449299/0/0
1 Jan 1903 to 30 Jul 1908 NT Arafura Station Maung, Iwaidja 200 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Merlan, 1978, pp 87-88; Dewar, 1992, p 9. SEE ALSO Olney J, 2003, p 47.
1 Jan 1903 to 31 Dec 1904 NT Winiki Pocket English 8 (Colonisers) 0 (Aboriginal People) Morrison www.australianfrontierconflicts.com.au; Ucko & Layton 1999; Read & Read 1991; RAHC https://www.rahc.com.au/sites/default/files/documents/community_profiles/Minyerri%20Community%20Profile.pdf
1 Jan 1904 to 30 Jun 1919 NT Bull's Head Pocket Ngarinman, Bilinara 30 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Olney H, 1989, pp 18-19.
30 Jun 1905 NT Coomanderoo Station Ngarinman, Bilinara 30 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Lewis, D 2021, The Victoria River District Doomsday Book, E-Books, E-Publications, PublicationNT,
12 Nov 1905 to 20 Dec 1905 NT Bradshaw Station (4) Ngaliwuru 15 (Aboriginal People) 4 (Colonisers) Morrison, ; Express and Telegraph, December 18, 1905, p 1 The Advertiser, December 19, 1905, p 5 ; The Advertiser, April 24, 1906, p 5 ; The Advertiser, June 20, 1907, p 4 ; Lewis, 2004; Lewis, 2018.
1 Jan 1908 to 31 Dec 1908 WA Texas Downs - East Kimberley Worla, Kitja, Jaru 9 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Clement 1989, pp 21-22; Shaw, 1986, p 98-101; Shaw, 1998, passim; Ross and Bray, 1989, p 20.
7 Nov 1908 to 8 Nov 1908 WA Laverton (1) Wongai 8 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Aboriginal People) 'Murderous Niggers,' Mt Leonora Miner, November 14, 1908, p 2
1 Dec 1908 to 31 Dec 1908 WA Mount Ida (2) Wongai 8 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) The West Australian, 14 Dec 1908, p 5.
1 Jun 1910 to 30 Jun 1910 NT Humbert River Station Ngarinyman, Karrangpurru, Nungali, Malngin, Wardaman, Ngaliwurru, Bilinara 30 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Lewis, D 2021, The Victoria River District Doomsday Book, E-Books, E-Publications, PublicationNT, ; Rose, 1991, pp 119-129; NTTG 8 April 1910, p 2; NTTG 16 September 1910, p 2; SEE ALSO Read & Read, 1991, pp 29-32, Rose, 1991 pp 119-129, and Olney Justice Howard (1989) Kidman Springs/Jasper Gorge Land Claim, Report No 30, AGPS, Canberra.
30 Jun 1910 NT Kidman Knob Ngarinman, Bilinara 30 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Olney H, 1989, pp 18-19.
11 Sep 1910 WA Laverton (2) Wongai 11 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Aboriginal People) 'The Massacre of Aborigines,' Laverton and Beria Mercury, September 24, 1910, p 3 ; 'The Native massacre,' Clarence and Richmond Examiner, September 22, 1910, p 6
15 Nov 1910 to 20 Nov 1910 NT Caledon Bay Yolngu 6 (Colonisers) 0 (Aboriginal People) Dewar, 1992; Egan, 1996; NTTG, March 3, 1911, p 2 .
1 Jan 1911 to 31 Dec 1913 NT Gan Gan (2) Yolngu – Dhalwangu and Gumatj people 30 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Yunupingu, G 2016; NAA, Uncommon Lives, Dhakiyarr Wirrpanda ; Warren Snowdon MHR, 2016 ; Gumana, B biography (https://www.aboriginal-bark-paintings.com/birrikidji-gumana/); Rothwell, N 2007, Yunupingu G 2017, p 54-55.
1 Jan 1911 to 31 Dec 1913 NT Gan Gan (1) Yolngu – Dhalwangu and Gumatj people 30 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Yunupingu, G July 2016; NAA, Uncommon Lives, Dhakiyarr Wirrpanda ; Warren Snowdon MHR, 2016 ; Gumana, B biography (); Rothwell, N 2007.
6 Jan 1912 to 11 Apr 1913 WA Canning Stock Route - Well No.46 Martu 14 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) 'Shooting Aborigines', Daily News, May 21, 1912, p 8 https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/79898128/7816557; Clement 1989, pp.130-151; 'Stock Route Murders, Fourteen Dispersed,' Kalgoorlie Miner, December 9, 1911, p 8
1 Jan 1915 to 31 Dec 1915 NT Ellery Creek Big Hole Arrernte 15 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) NT Parliamentary Record, 2 June 1981, p 877
1 May 1915 to 30 Jun 1915 WA Mistake Creek - East Kimberley Kitja, Worla 7 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) WAPD, Aboriginal Native Tracker 'Nipper'. From C.of P. SROWA, Cons. 430, Item 1854/1915; Western Mail, April 2, 1915, p18 http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article44758490; The Advertiser, April 2, 1915, p 8 https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/5455967/970938; Clement 2003(a), pp 199-214; Clement 1989(b), pp 17-18; Owen 2016, p 438; Ross and Bray 1989, pp 73-5. Monument Australia
1 Sep 1916 to 30 Sep 1916 WA Mowla Bluff - West Kimberley Nyikina 6 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) 'Alleged shooting of Natives at Gee Gully...' SROWA, AN 5/1, Cons 430, Item 1919/1812; Watson, 2012 pp 51-60;Whispering in our Hearts': The Mowla Bluff Massacre, Ronin Films, Mitch Torres, 2002. [Film]; Marshall, 1988, p 226; Owen, 2016, p 439; Debenham, 2020, pp 169-176.
1 Jan 1917 to 31 Dec 1917 NT Tennant Creek Warlpiri, Warumungu 50 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Read and Read, 1991; Headon, 1988.
1 Jan 1918 to 31 Dec 1918 QLD Bentinck Island, Gulf of Carpentaria Kaiadilt 11 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Bottoms 2013, p169; Kelly & Evans, 1985, pp44-5.
23 Mar 1918 to 2 Apr 1918 NT Auvergne Station Wardaman, Bilinara, Mudburra 7 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Timber Creek Police Station Copy Book, 10 April 1918; Timber Creek Police Station Register of Reported Deaths, 1895-1944; NTTG, April 20, 1918, p 24 ; NTTG,May 11, 1918, p 15 ; Riverine Herald, June 24, 1918, p 3 ; Morrison ; Lewis, 2021,
10 Dec 1919 to 28 Feb 1920 NT Nero Yard Ngarinman, Bilinara 15 (Aboriginal People) 1 (Colonisers) NTTG, 17 Jan 1920, p 5 ; Charola & Meakins, 2016.
1 Jan 1920 to 31 Dec 1920 NT Wattie Creek Gurindji 8 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Charola & Meakins, 2016.
1 Jan 1920 to 31 Dec 1922 NT Wave Hill Station Gurindji 30 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Read & Japaljarri 1978; Lewis, 2018; Carment, et. al. (eds.) NTDB, Vol 1, 1991; SMH February 19, 1921.
30 Jun 1920 to 1 Jul 1920 NT Coomanderoo Station Manngayarri 30 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Charola & Meakins, 2016, pp 70-71.
1 Jan 1921 to 30 Nov 1921 WA Bedford Downs (1) - East Kimberley Kitja, Worla 10 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) WAPD, ‘Gribble to Chief Protector of Aborigines’, SROWA, Cons. 430, File 7871/1921; See also Department of the North West, ‘From Rev. Gribble: Re alleged shooting of natives by Police boys, “Quartpot” and “Long Billy”, near Durack River’, SROWA, Cons. 653, File 655/1922; WAPD, 'Statement by Lightberi Alias Kitty', SROWA, Cons. 430, File 7871/1921; Green, 1995, p 75; Owen, 2016, p 439.
1 Jan 1921 to 31 Dec 1921 NT Bowson's Hole Arrernte 15 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Bowman, 2015, p 89; Davis & Prescott 1988; Long, 1989, pp 9-43; Rowse 1998.
1 Oct 1922 to 31 Oct 1922 WA Sturt Creek - East Kimberley Tjurabalan, Walmajari, Jaru 12 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Smith 2000, pp 62-74; Smith and Walshe The Conversation, http://theconversation.com/oral-testimony-of-an-aboriginal-massacre-now-supported-by-scientific-evidence-85526; Smith 2016; Shaw 1981, p 47.
1 Sep 1923 to 30 Sep 1923 NT Gan Gan (3) Yolngu 20 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Yunupingu, 1981.
1 Jan 1924 to 31 Dec 1924 WA Bedford Downs (2) - East Kimberley Kitja, Worla 20 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Dotty Whatby in Ross and Bray 1989, pp 56-59; Clement 1989, p 4; Ryan 2001, pp 63, 65–8; Kimberley Languages Resource Centre 1996, pp 101–9; Owen 2016, pp 439-440.
1 Jul 1924 to 10 Jul 1924 NT Victoria River District Ngarinyman, Karrangpurru, Nungali, Malngin, Wardaman, Ngaliwurru, Bilinara 20 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Mayor, 2017, np. SEE ALSO Ward, 2016, 'A Handful of Sand: The Gurindji Struggle, After the Walk-off' Monash University Publishing.
15 Jun 1925 to 16 Jun 1925 NT Sturt Creek Ngarinman, Bilinara 26 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Lewis, 2021.
20 Jun 1926 to 31 Jul 1926 WA Forrest River [Oombulgurri] - East Kimberley Yiiji 11 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Wood 1927 ; Daily News, July 8, 1926, p 4 ; Sunday Times, March 13, 1927, p 18 https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/58325091/4346136; The Advertiser, July 16, 1928, p 13 https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/49398848/2483931; Sydney Morning Herald, March 8, 1927, p 11 https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/16359964/1209517; Brisbane Courier, March 9, 1927, p 15 https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/21121887/1643178; The Mullewa Mail, September 9, 1926, p 2 ; The Daily News, May 5, 1927, p 2. ; Shaw, 1981, pp 157-163; Green 1995, p 206; Auty 2004, pp 122-155; Owen 2016, pp 439-444.
1 Dec 1927 to 10 Dec 1927 WA Christmas Creek 'Wangkatjungka' Nyikena 7 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) ‘Alleged shooting of Natives by Bert Smith at Derby,’ WAPD, Acc 4431/1929, SROWA; Bohemia and McGregor, 1992, pp 26-40; Truth, January 19, 1930, p 1
1 Aug 1928 to 31 Oct 1928 NT Kurundi Station Warlpiri 10 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Bowman, M (Ed), 2015, "Every Hill Got a Story: We Grew Up in Country", Hardie Grant Books: Richmond, Vic.
1 Aug 1928 to 31 Oct 1928 NT Coniston (1) Warlpiri, Anmatyere, Kaytetye 50 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Woodward, 1973; Read & Read 1991; Bell 1993; Toohey 1979; Edmond 2013 ; Morrison www.australianfrontierconflicts.com.au; Alice Springs News Online August 15 2018 ; Schubert, NT News, August 25, 2018, pp 24-25 ; Wilson & O'Brien 2003; Bradley, 2019.
1 Aug 1928 to 31 Oct 1928 NT Coniston (2) Warlpiri, Anmatyere, Kaytetye 60 (Aboriginal People) 0 (Colonisers) Woodward 1973; Read & Read 1991; Bell 1993; Toohey 1979; Edmond 2013; Morrison www.australianfrontierconflicts.com.au; Alice Springs News Online August 15 2018 ; NT News, August 25, 2018, pp 24-25 ; Wilson & O'Brien 2003; Bradley, 2019.