David Lowe, Canberra, January 1994. Page 5. 4. 1. Windradyne of the Wiradjuri ... Why?
Some say the main reason was to catch one man: Windradyne of the Wiradjuri, the
leader of the black resistance around Bathurst at that time
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Nov 5, 2001 ... Davison (2000:99-100) cites Iris Clayton, a Wiradjuri family ...... refers to the work of Coe who wrote Windradyne – A Wiradjuri Koori, in 1986.
Encounters features rare, early Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander objects from the British Museum. They are displayed with new objects from the Indigenous communities represented in the exhibition.
These are powerful objects. They are all part of the living cultural traditions of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. They connect us to the histories of both Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians.