This map shows the locations of known killings of Aborigines by Europeans for the 18 years between 1836 and 1853. The deaths of several thousand people are represented. Many thousands more died beyond prying eyes. This map was compiled for the Koorie Heritage Trust’s publication ‘Koorie’ in 1991.
Story education resources
Education State Library of Victoria: Indigenous Australians
These cartoons and images illustrate changing attitudes to Indigenous people, and their struggle for rights in Australia. These materials and the worksheets can be used to help students evaluate sources, compare images and study a single image in detail. VELS Level 5.
Education State Library of Victoria: The impact of colonisation
These materials and the worksheets can be used to help students evaluate a series of cartoons and illustrations that look at the impact of settlement on Indigenous people, and the way Indigenous people were viewed by Europeans. VCE Australian History.
Education State Library of Victoria: John Batman's treaty
These resources and worksheets relate to John Batman’s attempt to ‘purchase' the land around Port Phillip Bay on the behalf of the Port Phillip Association. Batman brought with him legal documents, which were allegedly signed by Indigenous leaders on the Yarra. Students can evaluate sources and analyse documents. VCE Australian History