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FRONTIER MEMORIAL: Eidsvold, NSW, 1851-1856

2017-12-16T08:41:46+00:00

Example of Inappropriate Frontier Memorial Signage in Eidsvold Just north of Eidsvold (c.120kms South West of Bundaberg) locals have erected a shelter in honour of the NSW Native Mounted Police. This force was incorporated into the Queensland Native Police after separation (December 1859). It is apparent that their role as exterminator's of Aboriginal people [...]

FRONTIER MEMORIAL: Eidsvold, NSW, 1851-1856 2017-12-16T08:41:46+00:00

FRONTIER MEMORIAL: Myall Creek, NSW, Sunday 10 June 1838

2017-12-16T08:41:19+00:00

Dr Timothy Bottoms was Guest Speaker at the Myall Creek Memorial Commemoration Ceremony 8 June 2014. SOURCE: http://honesthistory.net.au Myall Creek Memorial Talk, Sunday 8 June 2014, Honest History, 23 June 2014, updated This item is relevant to the history of relations between Indigenous and White Australians but also to the way we have suppressed and distorted that [...]

FRONTIER MEMORIAL: Myall Creek, NSW, Sunday 10 June 1838 2017-12-16T08:41:19+00:00

Native Police Regulations Queensland Government Gazette 10 March 1866

2017-12-16T08:39:52+00:00

Native Police Regulations as published in Queensland Government Gazette (10 March 1866) Rule 1 was not included. It is impossible to give precise directions for the execution of every duty which the force may be required to perform, or to anticipate every difficulty which its members may have to encounter, [...]

Native Police Regulations Queensland Government Gazette 10 March 1866 2017-12-16T08:39:52+00:00