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Papers on the Myall Creek massacre, 1964-1979 [manuscript]
Bib ID 102008
Format ManuscriptManuscript
Author
Payne, Leonard L
 
Access Conditions Available for research. Not for loan. 
Description [1964-1979] 
0.09 m. (3 folders) 
Summary

MS 9619 comprises unpublished texts documenting stories of descendants of people who worked at Myall Creek, New South Wales, at the time of the massacre in June 1838, notes by Leonard L. Payne, and histories of Myall Creek and nearby Bingara (3 folders).

Biography/History

Leonard L. Payne was prospecting at Myall Creek in July 1964 with partners Cecil Wall and Ron Inman when he was approached by an anthropologist seeking information on Aboriginal sites. He delved into the history of the Myall Creek massacre. Cecil Wall's father John, and grandfather William Wall had worked on Myall Creek Station, William working there in 1838 at the time of the massacre. Payne documented stories handed down through William, and Wally Fogarty, an Aboriginal who also worked at the station in 1838.

Notes

Manuscript reference no.: MS 9619.

Subjects Aboriginal Australians - Crimes against - New South Wales - Myall Creek.  |  Massacres - New South Wales - Myall Creek.  |  Aboriginal Australians - New South Wales - Myall Creek - History.  |  New South Wales - Race relations - History.  |  Myall Creek (N.S.W.) - History.  |  Bingara (N.S.W.) - History.
Time Coverage 1838-1979 
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300 |a0.09 m.|a(3 folders)
500 |aManuscript reference no.: MS 9619.
506 |aAvailable for research. Not for loan.
520 |aMS 9619 comprises unpublished texts documenting stories of descendants of people who worked at Myall Creek, New South Wales, at the time of the massacre in June 1838, notes by Leonard L. Payne, and histories of Myall Creek and nearby Bingara (3 folders).
545 0 |aLeonard L. Payne was prospecting at Myall Creek in July 1964 with partners Cecil Wall and Ron Inman when he was approached by an anthropologist seeking information on Aboriginal sites. He delved into the history of the Myall Creek massacre. Cecil Wall's father John, and grandfather William Wall had worked on Myall Creek Station, William working there in 1838 at the time of the massacre. Payne documented stories handed down through William, and Wally Fogarty, an Aboriginal who also worked at the station in 1838.
650 0 |aAboriginal Australians|xCrimes against|zNew South Wales|zMyall Creek.
650 0 |aMassacres|zNew South Wales|zMyall Creek.
650 0 |aAboriginal Australians|zNew South Wales|zMyall Creek|xHistory.
651 0 |aNew South Wales|xRace relations|xHistory.
651 0 |aMyall Creek (N.S.W.)|xHistory.
651 0 |aBingara (N.S.W.)|xHistory.
953 |aManuscripts subject term: History
953 |aManuscripts subject term: Indigenous peoples
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