By Ian Clark, Toby Heydon
The Yarra Bend Park marks some of the most very important post-contact locations within the Melbourne metropolitan region, and is of significant importance to Victorian Aboriginal humans, rather the Wurundjeri Aboriginal neighborhood. At this website used to be positioned the Merri Creek Aboriginal tuition, the Merri Creek Protectorate Station, the local Police Corps Headquarters and linked Aboriginal burials.The position has additional value within the early 21st century, as Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal Australian tackle the legacies of our touch past.
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Extra resources for A Bend in the Yarra: A History of the Merri Creek Protectorate Station and Merri Creek Aboriginal School, 1841-1851
They lived there until September 1840. On 4 July 1840, Robinson noted in his journal that the previous evening Thomas had purchased 40 acres of land from George Langhorne. The cost was £5 per acre and five years credit at 10 per cent. The location of this land is not known. Thomas selected Narre Narre Warren as his district’s Central Station in September 1840 (see p. 25), where he and his family lived until late 1842. By 1843 Thomas had purchased land on the Merri Creek and, on 13 March of that year, Robinson visited him there.
The occupation of Merri Creek also reflects changes in Aboriginal geographies, from tract-based clans, to a semi-traditional economy, where interaction with Europeans and their settlements became a necessary and regular part of life. Relationships between Aboriginal people and the Protectorate Interaction between Thomas and the Aboriginal people of his district began in the summer of 1838–1839 on the banks of the Yarra River at Melbourne. Relations between the Assistant Protector and Aboriginal people revolved around day-to-day matters.
Relationships between Aboriginal people and the Protectorate Interaction between Thomas and the Aboriginal people of his district began in the summer of 1838–1839 on the banks of the Yarra River at Melbourne. Relations between the Assistant Protector and Aboriginal people revolved around day-to-day matters. As Thomas was responsible for the daily economy of Europeanisation and christianisation, it was to him that Aboriginal people usually directed their wants and dissatisfactions with the government.