Michael Terry (1899-1981) Track nearing Myall Creek, New South Wales 1921, nla.obj-149017540
There are a number of websites which provide information on the Myall Creek Massacre including:
- The Massacre Story - Friends of Myall Creek. Friends of Myall Creek are a group of both aboriginal and non-aboriginal Australians who aim to raise awareness of the massacre.
- The Department of Environment Myall Creek Massacre and Memorial site.
- Myall Creek Massacre from the Colin Isaacs Aboriginal Artist website.
- The Wikipedia article on the Myall Creek massacre is useful but may contain some inaccuracies.
- The National Museum of Australia page on the Myall Creek massacre.
Primary resources, especially government and legal records, are held predominantly by State Records NSW.
Edited records of the legal cases relating to Myall Creek can be found on the Decisions of the Superior Courts of New South Wales, 1788-1899 website published by the Division of Law, Macquarie University. For most of the nineteenth century, law reporting consisted mostly of newspaper reports. The legal cases relating to Myall Creek were R. v. Kilmeister (No. 1) and R. v. Kilmeister (No. 2).
There are also several relevant print items held in the Library's collection. Details of these can be found in the Library's catalogue under the subject heading Massacres - New South Wales - Myall Creek.
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