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Books & Journals
  • Arkley, L. (2000). The Hated Protector: The Story of Charles Wright Sievwright Protector of Aborigines. Mentone, Victoria, Australia, Orbit Press.
  • Billot, C. P. (1982). Melbourne's Missing Chronicles by John Pascoe Faulkner. Melbourne, Quartet Books.
  • Bride, T. (1898). Letter from Victorian Pioneers being a series of papers on the early occupation of the colony, the Aborigines, etc. Melbourne, Trustees for the Public Library, Government Printer, Melbourne.
  • Clarke, I. (1990). "Aboriginal Languages and Clans: an Historical Atlas of Western and Central Victoria, 1800-1900", Monash Publications in Geography 37: 275 - 310.
  • Clarke, I. (1995). Scars in the landscape: a register of massacre sites in western Victoria, 1803-1859. Canberra, Aboriginal Studies Press for the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies.
  • Curr, E. (1883). Recollections of Squatting in Victoria: Then called the Port Phillip District (From 1841 - 1851). Melbourne, Melbourne University Press.
  • Elder, B. (2003). Blood on the Wattle: Massacres and Maltreatment of Aboriginal Australians Since 1788, New Holland.
  • Ferrier, S. Wathaurong Medicines.
  • Friends of William Buckley. (n/a). Footsteps in the Sand: Buckley and the Wathaurong. A Shared Story. Geelong, Alcoa and Friends of William Buckley.
  • Houghton, N. "The History of Geelong."   Retrieved 1st November, 2011.
  • MacFarlane, I. and Deverall, M. (1993). 'My heart is breaking': a joint guide to records about aboriginal people in the Public Record Office of Victoria and the Australian Archives, Victorian Regional Office. Melbourne, Australian Government Public Service.
  • Morgan, J. (1852). The Life and Adventures of William Buckley: Thirty-Two years a Wanderer Among the Aborigines. Hobart, Tasmania, Archibald Macdougall.
  • Munster, P. (2008). Putting Batman and Buckley on the Map of St Leonards (Revised Edition). The Story of Early Contact and Settlement at St. Leonards, Victoria. St Leonards, St Leonards.
  • Norris, R., C. Norris, et al. (2011). "Wurdi Youang: an Australian Aboriginal stone arrangement with
  • possible solar indications." Rock Art Research, 1 - 12.
  • OneFire (2011). Storyboards for Reconciliation in the Park event. Unpublished.
  • Ovenden, B. (1985). Mary Gilmore Old Days, Old Ways: A Book of Recollections. Melbourne, Angus and Robertson.
  • Pascoe, B. (1997). Wathaurong: Too Bloody Strong. Apollo Bay, Bruce Pascoe Publishing.
  • Pascoe, B. (2003). Wathaurong: The People Who Said No. North Geelong, Wathaurong Aboriginal Co-operative.
  • Pascoe, B. (2004). "Uncle Rocky Couzens: Interview recorded 2.7.04 by Bruce Pascoe for the Wathaurong Language Program."
  • Pascoe, B. (2007). Convincing ground: learning to fall in love with your country, Aboriginal Studies Press.
  • Todd, W. (1835). The Todd Journal. Andrew alias William Todd John Batman's Recorder and his Indented Head Journal 1835. Melbourne, Library Council of Victoria.
  • Vanderval, R. E. (1994). Victorian Aborigines: John Bulmer's Recollections. Melbourne, Museum of Victoria.
  • Wiencke, S. (1984). William Barak. Last Chief of the Yarra Yarra Tribe. When the Wattle Blooms Again. Woori Yallock.