References: Aboriginal People of Coastal Sydney

These references have been cited throughout the Aboriginal People of Coastal Sydney section of this site.

People - Historical Overview

  • Backhouse, J 1843 A Narrative of A Visit to the Australian Colonies. Hamilton, Adams & Co, London.
  • Bradley, W 1786-1792 [1969] A Voyage to New South Wales. The Journal of Lieutenant William Bradley RN of HMS Sirius 1786-1792. The William Dixson Foundation Publication Number 11. The Trustees of the Public Library of New South Wales in association with Ure Smith Pty Ltd, Sydney.
  • Collins, D 1798 [1975] An Account of the English Colony in New South Wales. Vol. I. Fletcher, BH (ed.). T Cadell Jun. & W Davies, The Strand, London [Republished by AH & AW Reed in association with the Royal Australian Historical Society, Sydney].
  • Hunter, J 1793 [1968] An Historical Journal of the Transactions at Port Jackson and Norfolk Island, ... including the journals of Governors Phillip and King, and Lieut.Ball, and the voyages from the first sailing of the Sirius in 1787 to the return of that Ship's company to England in 1792. Printed for John Stockdale, Piccadilly, London. [Australiana Facsimile Editions No. 148, Libraries Board of South Australia, Adelaide].
  • Phillip, A 1788a [1892], 10th July Governor Phillip to Lord Sydney, Sydney Cove. In: Historical Records of New South Wales. Vol. 1(2) - Phillip. 1783-1792, pp. 177-178. Government Printer, Sydney.
  • Phillip, A 1788b [1892], 28th September Governor Phillip to Lord Sydney. Sydney Cove, Port Jackson. In: Historical Records of New South Wales. Vol. 1(2) - Phillip. 1783-1792, pp. 185-193. Government Printer, Sydney.
  • Phillip, A 1788c [1892], 9th July Governor Phillip to Under Secretary Nepean. Sydney Cove. In: Historical Records of New South Wales. Vol. 1(2) - Phillip. 1783-1792, pp. 151-156. Government Printer, Sydney.
  • Stockdale, J compiler 1789 [1950] The Voyage of Governor Phillip to Botany Bay, with an Account of the Establishment of the Colonies of Port Jackson and Norfolk Island. Australiana Society, Adelaide.
  • Tench, W 1789,1793 [1979] Sydney's First Four Years, being a reprint of A Narrative of the Expedition to Botany Bay, and A Complete Account of the Settlement at Port Jackson. Fitzhardinge, LF (ed.). Library of Australian History in association with Royal Australian Historical Society, Sydney.
  • Watson, T 1926 Peeps into the Past: Stories by Tom Watson. The Suburban Herald 28, 30 July 1926.
  • White, J 1790 [1962] Journal of a Voyage to New South Wales. J Debrett, Piccadilly, London. [Republished Angus and Robertson in association with the Royal Australian Historical Society], Sydney.

Clan names

  • Anon. ca.1790-1792 Vocabulary of the language of N.S. Wales in the neighbourhood of Sydney. (Native and English but not alphabetical). Manuscript. Original in the Library of the School of Oriental and African Studies, London. Marsden Collection. Ms 41645 (c). Microfilm in Mitchell Library of the State Library of New South Wales.
  • Collins, D 1798 [1975] An Account of the English Colony in New South Wales. Vol. I. Fletcher,BH (ed.). T Cadell Jun. & W Davies, The Strand, London [Republished by AH & AW Reed in association with the Royal Australian Historical Society, Sydney].
  • Dawes, W 1790-91 Vocabulary of the language of N.S. Wales, in the neighbourhood of Sydney, Native and English, by - - Dawes. Manuscript. Original in the Library of the School of Oriental and African Studies, London. Marsden Collection, Ms 41645 (b). Microfilm copy held in Mitchell Library of the SLNSW, Reference No. FM4/3431, Reel 5, frames 795-817.
  • King, PG (1793 [1968]): Chapters XV and XVI. In: John Hunter, An Historical Journal of the Transactions at Port Jackson and Norfolk Island with the Discoveries which have been made in New South Wales and in the Southern Ocean. pp. 381-448. John Stockdale, Picadilly, London.
  • Phillip, A 1790 [1892] 13th February Letter from Governor Arthur Phillip to Lord Sydney, Government House, Sydney Cove. In: Historical Records of New South Wales 1(2). Phillip 1783-1792, pp. 304-311. Government Printer, Sydney.
  • Phillip, A 1793[1968] Chapters XVII and XXII. In: Hunter, J An Historical Journal of the Transactions at Port Jackson and Norfolk Island, ... including the journals of Governors Phillip and King, and of Lieut. Ball; and the voyages from the first sailing of the Sirius in 1787 to the return of that Ship's company to England in 1792. pp. 381-448. Printed for John Stockdale, Piccadilly, London. [Australiana Facsimile Editions No. 148, Libraries Board of South Australia, Adelaide].
  • Select Committee on the Condition of the Aborigines 1845 New South Wales Aborigines. Report from the Select Committee on the Condition of the Aborigines, with Appendix, Minutes of Evidence, and replies to a circular letter. Government Printing Office, Sydney.
  • Tench, W 1789, 1793 [1979] Sydney's First Four Years, being a reprint of A Narrative of the Expedition to Botany Bay, and A Complete Account of the Settlement at Port Jackson. Fitzhardinge, LF (ed.). Library of Australian History in association with Royal Australian Historical Society, Sydney.

Language groups

  • Capell, A 1970 Aboriginal languages in the south central coast, New South Wales. Fresh Discoveries. Oceania 41:20-27
  • Fraser, J (1892a) Introduction and Map (frontispiece). In: Fraser, J (ed.), An Australian Language as spoken by the Awabakal, the People of Awaba or Lake Macquarie (near Newcastle, New South Wales); being an account of their language, traditions, and customs by LE Threlkeld, pp ix-lxvi (re-publication of Threlkeld 1834, 1850 with text re-arranged, condensed and edited, plus appendix by J Fraser). Government Printer, Sydney.
  • Fraser, J 1892b The Aborigines of New South Wales. Published by authority of New South Wales Commissioners for the World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 1893, Government Printer, Sydney.
  • Mathews, RH 1897 The Burbung of the Darkinung Tribes. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Victoria 10(New Series)(1):1-12.
  • Mathews, RH 1901a The Gundungurra language. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society XL(167):140-148.
  • Mathews, RH 1901b The Thurrawal language, including the Gundungurra and Dharruk languages, with vocabularies. Journal and Proceedings of the Royal Society of New South Wales 35:127-160.
  • Mathews, RH 1902 The Thoorga language. Queensland Geographical Journal (New Series 3) including The Proceedings and Transactions of the Royal Geological Society of Australasia, Queensland 17:49-73.
  • Mathews, RH 1903 Languages of the Kamilaroi and other Aboriginal tribes of New South Wales. Journal of the Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland 33(2):259-83.
  • Mathews, RH and Everitt, MM 1900 The organisation, language and initiation ceremonies of the Aborigines of the south-east coast of New South Wales. Journal and Proceedings of the Royal Society of New South Wales 34:262-281.
  • Ridley, W 1875 Kamilaroi, and other Australian Languages. 2nd, revised and enlarged ed. Government Printer, Sydney.
  • Ridley, W 1878 Australian language and traditions. Journal of the Anthropological Institute of Great Britian 7:232-268.
  • Select Committee on the Condition of the Aborigines 1845 New South Wales Aborigines. Report from the Select Committee on the Condition of the Aborigines, with Appendix, Minutes of Evidence, and replies to a circular letter. Government Printing Office, Sydney.
  • Troy, J 1993 The Sydney Language. Jakelin Troy, Canberra.
  • Thorp, WW 1913 Australian tribal names, with their synonyms. Records of the Australian Museum 8(4):162-92.

Place names

  • Anon. ca.1790-1792 Vocabulary of the language of N.S. Wales in the neighbourhood of Sydney. (Native and English but not alphabetical). Manuscript. Original in the Library of the School of Oriental and African Studies, London. Marsden Collection. Ms 41645 (c). Microfilm in Mitchell Library of the State Library of New South Wales.
  • Collins, D 1798 [1975] An Account of the English Colony in New South Wales. Vol. I. Fletcher, BH (ed.). T Cadell Jun. & W Davies, The Strand, London [Republished by AH & AW Reed in association with the Royal Australian Historical Society, Sydney].
  • Collins, D 1802 [1971] An Account of the English Colony in New South Wales. Vol. II. T Cadell Jun. And W Davies, The Strand, London. [Australiana Facsimile Editions No 76, Libraries Board of South Australia. Adelaide].
  • Dawes, W 1790-1791 Vocabulary of the language of N.S. Wales, in the neighbourhood of Sydney, Native and English, by -- Dawes. Manuscript. Original in the Library of the School of Oriental and African Studies, London. Marsden Collection, Ms 41645 (b).
  • Hunter, J 1793 [1968] An Historical Journal of the Transactions at Port Jackson and Norfolk Island, ... including the journals of Governors Phillip and King, and Lieut.Ball, and the voyages from the first sailing of the Sirius in 1787 to the return of that Ship's company to England in 1792. Printed for John Stockdale, Piccadilly, London. [Australiana Facsimile Editions No. 148, Libraries Board of South Australia, Adelaide].
  • Huntington, WH 1873 Map referred to in Port Jackson Aboriginal Names 1910 From 'The Northern Suburbs Echo'. Science of Man 12(2), 34-5.
  • Joubert, J 1860 Letter to Elyard. Sydney 27 October 1860. Manuscript in Hunters Hill Historical Society Archives
  • King, PG (1793 [1968]): Chapters 15 and 16. In: John Hunter, An Historical Journal of the Transactions at Port Jackson and Norfolk Island with the Discoveries which have been made in New South Wales and in the Southern Ocean. pp. 381-448. John Stockdale, Picadilly, London.
  • Larmer, J 1832 [1898] Native names of points of land in Port Jackson (south shore) and native names of points of land, north shore of Port Jackson, reproduced in Native vocabulary of miscellaneous New South Wales objects. Journal of the Royal Society of New South Wales 32:223-229.
  • Lycett, J 1824-1825 Views in Australia or New South Wales, and Van Diemen's Land. J Souter, London ed. Republished [n.d] Thomas Nelson (Australia) Limited, Melbourne, Sydney.
  • Meehan, J 31 October 1807 Plan of the town of Sydney in New South Wales. Map held in Mitchell Library. NSW State Library.
  • Miles, WA 1854 How did the natives of Australia become acquainted with the demigods and daemonia, and with the superstitions of the ancient races? And how have many oriental words been incorporated in their dialects and languages? Journal of the Ethnological Society of London 3:4-50.
  • Mitchell, TL ca 1848 Native names of points and islands in Port Jackson. In Sir Thomas Livingstone Mitchell. Papers. Vol. 8 Miscellaneous. Unpublished manuscript in Mitchell Library of the State Library of NSW, Sydney. A.295-3, pp419-20, CY Reel 248, frames 328-9.
  • Peron, F (1809) A Voyage of Discovery to the Southern Hemisphere, performed by order of the Emperor Napoleon, during the years 1801, 1802, 1803 and 1804. Translated from the French. Richard Phillips, Bridge Street, Blackfriars, London.
  • Phillip, A (1793 [1968]): Chapters XVII and XXII. In: John Hunter, An Historical Journal of the Transactions at Port Jackson and Norfolk Island with the Discoveries which have been made in New South Wales and in the Southern Ocean. pp. 381-448. John Stockdale, Picadilly, London.
  • Phillip, A 1790 [1892] 13th February Letter from Governor Arthur Phillip to Lord Sydney, Government House, Sydney Cove. In: Historical Records of New South Wales 1(2). Phillip 1783-1792, pp. 304-311. Government Printer, Sydney.
  • Phillip, A 1792 [1892], 2nd October Letter from Governor Phillip to The Right Hon. Henry Dundas, Sydney, New South Wales. In: HR. NSW. Vol. 1(2) Phillip 1783-1792, pp 643-9. Government Printer, Sydney.
  • Southwell, D 1788 [1893] Extract of a copy of a letter from D. Southwell to the Rev. W Butler, dated 12th July, 1788, from Sydney Cove, of which the original has not been preserved; and a list of words and an account. In;Bladen, FM (ed.), Historical Records of New South Wales. Vol. 2 Grouse and Paterson 1793-1795, pp 696-704. Government Printer, Sydney.
  • 'Sydney Cove' 1878a Aboriginal names of places in Australia. Town and Country Journal 21/ 9/ 1878:545.
  • 'Sydney Cove' 1878b Notes and Queries. Town and Country Journal 14/9/1878.
  • 'Sydney Cove' 1878c Notes and Queries. Town and Country Journal 5/10/1878:641.
  • Tench,W 1789, 1793 [1979] Sydney's First Four Years, being a reprint of A Narrative of the Expedition to Botany Bay, and A Complete Account of the Settlement at Port Jackson. Fitzhardinge, LF (ed.). Library of Australian History in association with Royal Australian Historical Society, Sydney.
  • Thornton, G 1892 Notes on the Aborigines of New South Wales. Appendix. In: Fraser, J (ed.). The Aborigines of New South Wales, pp. 2-8. New south Wales Commissioners for the World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 1893, Sydney.
  • Thornton, G 1896 Illawarra Mercury 24 March 1896. In Organ, M (complier) (1990) A Documentary History of the Illawarra and South Coast Aborigines 1770-1850, including Chronological Bibliography 1770-1990. Aboriginal Education Unit, The University of Wollongong, Wollongong.
  • Thornton, G 1899 Linguistcs Aboriginal names of places at Port Jackson and along the coast. Science of Man and Australasian Anthropological Journal (New Series) 11:210-211.
  • West, Obed (1882) Old and New Sydney (six parts). Reprinted from The Sydney Morning Herald by permission of the proprietors. Edward Horden & Sons.

Food from the sea

  • Anon. ca.1790-1792 Vocabulary of the language of N.S. Wales in the neighbourhood of Sydney. (Native and English but not alphabetical). Manuscript. Original in the Library of the School of Oriental and African Studies, London. Marsden Collection. Ms 41645 (c). Microfilm in Mitchell Library of the State Library of New South Wales.
  • Attenbrow, VJ 2002 Sydney's Aboriginal Past. UNSW Press, Sydney.
  • Barratt, G 1981 The Russians at Port Jackson 1814-1822. Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies, Canberra.
  • Bradley, W 1786-1792 [1969] A Voyage to New South Wales. The Journal of Lieutenant William Bradley RN of HMS Sirius 1786-1792. The William Dixson Foundation Publication Number 11. The Trustees of the Public Library of New South Wales in association with Ure Smith Pty Ltd, Sydney.
  • Brayshaw, H; Dallas, M; Byne, D; Baker, N; Donlon, D and Ross, A 1992 Sydney Destination Resort: Excavation of Site BHW [52-3-724] Bate Bay, Kurnell Peninsula, NSW. Report to Besmaw Pty Limited through Planning Workshop.
  • Collins, D 1798 [1975] An Account of the English Colony in New South Wales. Vol. I. Fletcher,BH (ed.). T Cadell Jun. & W Davies, The Strand, London [Republished by AH & AW Reed in association with the Royal Australian Historical Society, Sydney].
  • Dickson, FP 1974 Report. Excavation of an Aboriginal Midden at Boat Harbour. 12 August 1974. Unpublished report to NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service.
  • Dickson, FP n.d. but ca 1973 Aboriginal prehistory of Botany Bay. In Part 2: Historical Background. In: Anderson, DJ (ed.), The Botany Bay Project. A Handbook of the Botany Bay Region - Some Preliminary Background Papers, pp. 44-50. Botany Bay Project Committee, Sydney.
  • Etheridge, RJ Jr 1905 The further discovery of dugong bones on the coast of New South Wales. Records of the Australian Museum 6:17-19.
  • Etheridge, RJ Jr; David, TWE and Grimshaw, JW 1896 On the occurrence of a submerged forest, with remains of the dugong, at Shea's Creek, near Sydney. Journal and Proceedings of the Royal Society of New South Wales 30:158-185.
  • Glover, E 1974 Report on the excavation of a second rock shelter at Curracurrang Cove, New South Wales. In: Megaw, JVS (ed.), The Recent Archaeology of the Sydney District. Excavations 1964-1967, pp. 13-18. Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies, Canberra.
  • Haddon, F 1992 Australia's Seashores. Environmental Field Guide to Flora and Fauna. Simon and Schuster, Sydney.
  • Megaw, JVS 1967 Archaeology, art and Aborigines. A survey of historical sources and later Australian prehistory. Journal of the Royal Australian Historical Society 53 (4): 277-294 [offprint pagination 1-27].
  • Megaw, JVS 1968a A dated culture sequence for the south Sydney region of New South Wales. Current Anthropology 9(4):325-329.
  • Megaw, JVS 1968b Trial excavations in Captain Cook's Landing Place Reserve, Kurnell, New South Wales.Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies Newsletter 2 (9):17-20.
  • Megaw, JVS and Roberts, A 1974 The 1967 excavations at Wattamolla Cove - Royal National Park, New South Wales. In: Megaw,JVS (ed.), The Recent Archaeology of the Sydney District. Excavations 1964-1967, pp. 1-12. Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies, Canberra, ACT.
  • Phillip, A 1788a [1892], 15th May Governor Phillip to Lord Sydney. Sydney Cove, New South Wales. In: Historical Records of New South Wales. Vol. 1(2) - Phillip. 1783-1792, pp. 121-136. Government Printer, Sydney.
  • Phillip, A 1788b[1892], 28th September Governor Phillip to Lord Sydney. Sydney Cove, Port Jackson. In: Historical Records of New South Wales. Vol. 1(2) - Phillip. 1783-1792, pp. 185-193. Government Printer, Sydney.
  • Stanbury, P and Clegg, J 1990 A Field Guide to Aboriginal Rock Engravings with special reference to those around Sydney. Sydney University Press in association with Oxford University Press Australia, Sydney.
  • Stockdale, J compiler 1789 [1950] The Voyage of Governor Phillip to Botany Bay, with an Account of the Establishment of the Colonies of Port Jackson and Norfolk Island. John Stockdale, Piccadilly, London [Facsimile edition, Australiana Society, Adelaide].
  • Tench, W 1789, 1793 [1979] Sydney's First Four Years, being a reprint of A Narrative of the Expedition to Botany Bay, and A Complete Account of the Settlement at Port Jackson. Fitzhardinge, LF (ed.). Library of Australian History in association with Royal Australian Historical Society, Sydney.
  • Tracey, R 1974 Three minor sites near Curracurrang Cove with a preliminary note on a rock shelter at Newport, New South Wales. In: Megaw, JVS (ed.), The Recent Archaeology of the Sydney District. Excavations 1964-67, pp. 19-27. Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies, Canberra.
  • White, J 1790[1962] Journal of a Voyage to New South Wales. J Debrett, Piccadilly, London. Chisholm, AH (ed.), Angus & Robertson in assoc. with the Royal Australian Historical Society, Sydney.
  • Wood, V 1992 Appendix I: Excerpt from Angophora Reserve Rockshelter: A faunal analysis. In McDonald, J The Archaeology of the Angophora Reserve Rock Shelter. Environmental Heritage Monograph Series pp. 149-176. No 1. NSW National Parks & Wildlife Service, Hurstville, Sydney.
  • Worgan, GB 1788[1978] Journal of a First Fleet Surgeon. The William Dixson Foundation Publication Number 16. The Library Council of New South Wales in assoc. with the Library of Australian History, Sydney.

Shellfishing

  • Anon. ca.1790-1792 Vocabulary of the language of N.S. Wales in the neighbourhood of Sydney. (Native and English but not alphabetical). Manuscript. Original in the Library of the School of Oriental and African Studies, London. Marsden Collection. Ms 41645 (c). Microfilm in Mitchell Library of the State Library of New South Wales.
  • Attenbrow, VJ 1992 Shell bed or shell midden. Australian Archaeology 34:3-21.
  • Beaglehole, JC (ed.) 1955 The Voyage of the Endeavour 1768-1771. The Journals of Captain James Cook on his Voyages of Discovery. Hakluyt Society at the University Press, Cambridge.
  • Beaglehole, JC (ed.) 1963 The 'Endeavour' Journal of Joseph Banks 1768-1771. Vol. 2. 2nd edn. The Trustees of the Public Library of NSW in assoc. with Angus & Robertson, Sydney.
  • Bradley, W 1786-1792 [1969] A Voyage to New South Wales. The Journal of Lieutenant William Bradley RN of HMS Sirius 1786-1792. The William Dixson Foundation Publication Number 11. The Trustees of the Public Library of New South Wales in association with Ure Smith Pty Ltd, Sydney.
  • Collins, D 1798 [1975] An Account of the English Colony in New South Wales. Vol. I. Fletcher,BH (ed.). T Cadell Jun. & W Davies, The Strand, London [Republished by AH & AW Reed in association with the Royal Australian Historical Society, Sydney].
  • Dakin, WJ 1973 Australian Seashores. A Guide for the Beach-lover, the Naturalist, the Shore Fisherman and the Student. Angus and Robertson, Sydney.
  • Fidlon, PG and Ryan, RJ (eds) 1981 The Journal and Letters of Lt Ralph Clark 1787-1792. Australian Documents Library in association with the Library of Australian History Pty Ltd, Sydney.
  • Hunter, J 1793 [1968] An Historical Journal of the Transactions at Port Jackson and Norfolk Island, ... including the journals of Governors Phillip and King, and Lieut.Ball, and the voyages from the first sailing of the Sirius in 1787 to the return of that Ship's company to England in 1792. Printed for John Stockdale, Piccadilly, London. [Australiana Facsimile Editions No. 148, Libraries Board of South Australia, Adelaide].
  • Phillip, A 1788 [1892], 15th May Governor Phillip to Lord Sydney. Sydney Cove, New South Wales. In: Historical Records of New South Wales. Vol. 1(2) - Phillip. 1783-1792, pp. 121-136. Government Printer, Sydney.
  • Phillip, A 1788[1892], 28th September Governor Phillip to Lord Sydney. Sydney Cove, Port Jackson. In: Historical Records of New South Wales. Vol. 1(2) - Phillip. 1783-1792, pp 185-93. Government Printer, Sydney.
  • Tench, W 1789, 1793 [1979] Sydney's First Four Years, being a reprint of A Narrative of the Expedition to Botany Bay, and A Complete Account of the Settlement at Port Jackson. Fitzhardinge, LF (ed.). Library of Australian History in association with Royal Australian Historical Society, Sydney.
  • Worgan, GB 1788 [1978] Journal of a First Fleet Surgeon. The William Dixson Foundation Publication Number 16. The Library Council of New South Wales in association with the Library of Australian History, Sydney.

Fishing

  • Anon. ca. 1790-1792 Vocabulary of the language of N.S. Wales in the neighbourhood of Sydney. (Native and English but not alphabetical). Manuscript. Original in the Library of the School of Oriental and African Studies, London. Marsden Collection. Ms 41645 (c). Microfilm in Mitchell Library of the State Library of New South Wales.
  • Attenbrow, VJ and Steele, D 1995 Fishing in Port Jackson, New South Wales. More than met the eye. Antiquity 69(262):47-60.
  • Beaglehole, JC (ed.) 1963 The `Endeavour' Journal of Joseph Banks 1768-1771. Vol. II. 2nd ed. The Trustees of the Public Library of New South Wales in association with Angus and Robertson, Sydney.
  • Bradley, W 1786-1792[1969] A Voyage to New South Wales. The Journal of Lieutenant William Bradley RN of HMS Sirius 1786-1792. The William Dixson Foundation Publication Number 11. The Trustees of the Public Library of New South Wales in association with Ure Smith Pty Ltd, Sydney.
  • Collins, D 1798[1975] An Account of the English Colony in New South Wales. Vol. I. Fletcher,BH (ed.). T Cadell Jun. & W Davies, The Strand, London [Republished by AH & AW Reed in association with the Royal Australian Historical Society, Sydney].
  • Dawes, W 1790-1791 Vocabulary of the language of N.S. Wales, in the neighbourhood of Sydney, Native and English, by -- Dawes. Manuscript. Original in the Library of the School of Oriental and African Studies, London. Marsden Collection, Ms 41645 (b).
  • Harris, JH and Rowland,SJ 1996 Family Percichthyidae. Australian freshwater cods and basses. In: McDowall,R (ed.), Freshwater Fishes of South-Eastern Australia, pp 150-163. AH & AW Reed Pty Ltd
  • Henry, GW 1984 Commercial and Recreational Fishing in Sydney Estuary. Fisheries Bulletin 1. Department of Agriculture New South Wales, Sydney.
  • Hunter, J 1793[1968] An Historical Journal of the Transactions at Port Jackson and Norfolk Island, ... including the journals of Governors Phillip and King, and Lieut.Ball, and the voyages from the first sailing of the Sirius in 1787 to the return of that Ship's company to England in 1792. Printed for John Stockdale, Piccadilly, London. [Australiana Facsimile Editions No. 148, Libraries Board of South Australia, Adelaide]
  • Merrick, JR and Schmida, GE 1984 Australian Freshwater Fishes Biology and Management. School of Biological Sciences, Macquarie University, North Ryde.
  • Mulvaney, DJ 1975 The Prehistory of Australia. 2nd ed. Penguin Books, Melbourne.
  • Paxton, JR and Collett, LC 1975 Are fish returning to the Parramatta River? The Fisherman 5(1):1-6.
  • Phillip, A 1788a[1892], 15th May Governor Phillip to Lord Sydney. Sydney Cove, New South Wales. In: Historical Records of New South Wales. Vol. 1(2) - Phillip. 1783-1792, pp. 121-136. Government Printer, Sydney.
  • Phillip, A 1788b[1892], 28th September Governor Phillip to Lord Sydney. Sydney Cove, Port Jackson. In: Historical Records of New South Wales. Vol. 1(2) - Phillip. 1783-1792, pp. 185-193. Government Printer, Sydney.
  • Phillip, A 1790[1892] 13th February Letter from Governor Arthur Phillip to Lord Sydney, Government House, Sydney Cove. In: Historical Records of New South Wales 1(2). Phillip 1783-1792, pp. 304-311. Government Printer, Sydney.
  • Stockdale, J compiler 1789[1950] The Voyage of Governor Phillip to Botany Bay, with an Account of the Establishment of the Colonies of Port Jackson and Norfolk Island. John Stockdale, Piccadilly, London [Facsimile edition, Australiana Society, Adelaide].
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  • Thomson, JM 1996 Family Mugilidae Grey Mullets. In: McDowall,R (ed.) Freshwater Fishes of South-Eastern Australia, pp.191-197. AH & AW Reed Pty Ltd
  • Turbet, P 1989 The Aborigines of the Sydney District before 1788. Kangaroo Press, Sydney.
  • White, J 1790[1962] Journal of a Voyage to New South Wales. J Debrett, Piccadilly, London. [Republished Angus and Robertson in association with the Royal Australian Historical Society], Sydney.
  • Wood, V 1992 in McDonald,J 1992a The Archaeology of the Angophora Reserve Rock Shelter. Environmental Heritage Monograph Series No 1. NSW National Parks & Wildlife Service, Hurstville, Sydney.
  • Worgan, GB 1788[1978] Journal of a First Fleet Surgeon. The William Dixson Foundation Publication Number 16. The Library Council of New South Wales in association with the Library of Australian History, Sydney.

Fishhooks

  • Attenbrow, VJ 2002 Sydney's Aboriginal Past. UNSW Press, Sydney.
  • Attenbrow, VJ 1991 The Port Jackson archaeological project: a study of the prehistory of the Port Jackson catchment, New South Wales. Stage I - site recording and site assessment. Australian Aboriginal Studies 1991/No2:40-55.
  • Attenbrow, VJ; Fullagar, R and Szpak, C 1998 Stone files and shell fishhooks in southeastern Australia. In: Fullagar,R (ed.), A Closer Look: Recent Australian Studies of Stone Tools, pp. 127-148. Sydney University Archaeological Methods Series 6. Archaeological Computing Laboratory, School of Archaeology, University of Sydney, Sydney.
  • Bowdler, S 1976 Hook, line and dilly bag: an interpretation of an Australian coastal shell midden. Mankind 10(4):248-258.
  • Bradley, W 1786-1792[1969] A Voyage to New South Wales. The Journal of Lieutenant William Bradley RN of HMS Sirius 1786-1792. The William Dixson Foundation Publication Number 11. The Trustees of the Public Library of New South Wales in association with Ure Smith Pty Ltd, Sydney.
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  • Dickson, FP n.d. but ca 1973 Aboriginal prehistory of Botany Bay. In Part 2: Historical Background. In: Anderson,DJ (ed.), The Botany Bay Project. A Handbook of the Botany Bay Region - Some Preliminary Background Papers, pp. 44-50. Botany Bay Project Committee, Sydney.
  • Dickson, FP 1974 Report. Excavation of an Aboriginal Midden at Boat Harbour. 12 August 1974. Unpublished report to NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service.
  • Dyall, LK 1982 Aboriginal fishing stations on the Newcastle coastline, New South Wales. In: Bowdler,S (ed.), Coastal Archaeology in Eastern Australia. Proceedings of the 1980 Valla Conference on Australian Prehistory, pp. 52-62. Occasional Papers in Prehistory No 11. Department of Prehistory, Research School of Pacific Studies, Australian National University, Canberra.
  • Hunter, J 1793[1968] An Historical Journal of the Transactions at Port Jackson and Norfolk Island, ... including the journals of Governors Phillip and King, and Lieut.Ball, and the voyages from the first sailing of the Sirius in 1787 to the return of that Ship's company to England in 1792. Printed for John Stockdale, Piccadilly, London. [Australiana Facsimile Editions No. 148, Libraries Board of South Australia, Adelaide].
  • Kohen, JL and Lampert, RJ 1987 Hunters and fishers in the Sydney region. In: Mulvaney, DJ; White, JP (eds), Australian to 1788, pp. 343-365. Fairfax, Syme and Weldon Associates, Sydney.
  • Lampert, R 1966 An excavation at Durras North, New South Wales. Archaeology and Physical Anthropology in Oceania 1(2):83-118.
  • Lampert, R 1971 Burrill Lake and Currarong. Coastal Sites in Southern New South Wales. Terra Australis No 1. Department of Prehistory, Research School of Pacific Studies, Australian National University, Canberra, ACT
  • Lampert, RJ and Megaw, JVS 1979 Life around Sydney. In: Stanbury,P (ed.), 10,000 Years of Sydney Life. A Guide to Archaeological Discovery, pp. 65-71. The Macleay Museum, The University of Sydney, Sydney.
  • Macarthur, E. 1791[1893] Appendix B. The Macarthur Papers - The Letters. Mrs Macarthur's Letters to Relatives and Friends in England. [Extracts]. Letter from Sydney, Port Jackson, N.S. Wales, March the 7th, 1791. In: FM Bladen (ed.) Historical Records of New South Wales Vol II-Grose and Paterson. 1793-1795, pp 494-506. Government Printer, Sydney.
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