First Australians Upper Primary: Remembering Coniston
In 1928 in Central Australia, the killing of a European by an Aboriginal man led to expeditions by a police party that resulted in many Aboriginal deaths. These killings are knows as the Coniston massacre. How did society view these tragic events? Did Aboriginal people have a voice in 1928? Seventy-five years later, the groups affected shared their experiences at a special commemoration for the Coniston massacre.
- Paperback | 24 pages
- 01 Apr 2009
- Harcourt Education
- Port Melbourne, Australia