Remembering the Indigenous resistance fighter determined to maintain Aboriginal traditions by resisting British rule.
BY Angela Heathcote, Australian geographic, June 1, 2017
ON 2 JUNE 1802, Pemulwuy was killed, bringing an abrupt end to his long- fought battles with encroaching British settlers. Two European colonisers shot dead the Indigenous resistance fighter – an original inhabitant of Toongabbie and Parramatta area, determined to Indigenous ownership of the land. Read the rest of this entry