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Aboriginal people in 19th Century Sydney – Scholarly Musing Talk...

Aboriginal people in 19th Century Sydney – Scholarly Musing Talk by Paul Irish

On Tuesday the 4th of June, 11:00 am - 12:00 pm, The State Library of New South Wales will be hosting a free talk by Paul Irish, a history PhD candidate at the University of New South Wales and a principal archaeological consultant with Mary Dallas Consulting Archaeologists.

This talk will focus on the Aboriginal people and settlements of south-eastern Sydney in the 19th century, a largely forgotten period of Sydney Aboriginal history.

Although this event is free, bookings are essential. For more information click here

Port Jackson NSW. View in Double Bay S Side Middle Head in the distance, 1847, Painted by G.E. Peacock [State Library NSW DG 37]