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Issue Details: First known date: 2019... 2019 The Killing Times
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'The colonisation of Australia was brutal and bloody, but many stories of the frontier have been hidden or denied. This series tells some of them and asks, are we ready for truth telling?' (Series abstract)

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There Are Few Memorials to Our Bloody History but That's Changing Jack Latimore , 2019 single work column
— Appears in: The Guardian Australia , 5 March 2019;

'In the last two decades some community-driven memorials to Aboriginal resistance leaders have appeared.'

'A Very Tragic History' : How the Trauma of a 1926 Massacre Echoes through the Years Ciaran O'Mahony , 2019 single work column
— Appears in: The Guardian Australia , 8 March 2019;
The Scottish Explorer Who Became the Butcher of Gippsland Ciaran O'Mahony , 2019 single work column
— Appears in: The Guardian Australia , 8 March 2019;

Once revered as a pioneer, the Scottish explorer Angus McMillan is now known as “the butcher of Gippsland”.

'It's like a Big Dark Cloud Has Lifted' : the Town Dragged into Reconciliation – Photo Essay Lorena Allam , Carly Earl , 2019 single work essay
— Appears in: The Guardian Australia , 7 March 2019;

'It took 169 years for a South Australian massacre to be acknowledged but a memorial has at last eased some of the pain for the Wirangu people.'

Descended from Both Sides of Queensland's Bloody Massacres Lorena Allam , 2019 single work column
— Appears in: The Guardian Australia , 7 March 2019;

Kal Ellwood’s great-great-grandfather Jack Noble belonged to the lethally efficient native police. But that’s only half his story. 

Australia Risks 'Dysfunction' Without Truth Telling about Massacres, Advocates Say Lorena Allam , 2019 single work column
— Appears in: The Guardian Australia , 7 March 2019;

'Responding to Guardian Australia’s Killing Times project, campaigners and MPs say Makarrata process can pave way for proper treaty.'

The Killing Times The Killing Times Interactive Map Nick Evershed , Lorena Allam , Ciaran O'Mahony , Jeremy Nadel , 2013 single work multimedia
— Appears in: The Guardian Australia 2013-;

'About this map: each marker indicates the location of a fatal historical conflict between Indigenous Australians and settlers during the British colonisation of Australia, in which more than six people died.' 

Living on a Massacre Site : Home Truths and Trauma at Warrigal Creek Ciaran O'Mahony , 2019 single work column
— Appears in: The Guardian Australia , 6 March 2019;

'The Balderstones’ house is just steps from a humble waterway where up to 150 Gunaikurnai people were mowed down, turning the water ‘red with blood’' 

Telling the Truth about Australia's Past Will Be Painful – but It Will Be Liberating Karen Mundine , Richard Weston , 2019 single work column
— Appears in: The Guardian Australia , 6 March 2019;

'Rather than engendering guilt, the focus should be on healing historical wounds threatening the nation’s future.'

'Conspiracy of Silence' : How Sabotaged Inquiries Fed Massacre Denials Jeremy Nadel , 2019 single work column
— Appears in: The Guardian Australia , 6 March 2019;

'Witnesses vanished, killers went free and there is reluctance – even today – to acknowledge that the slaughter of Aboriginal people took place.'

School Students Left Ignorant of Indigenous Massacres, History Teachers Say Lisa Martin , 2019 single work column
— Appears in: The Guardian Australia , 5 March 2019;

'‘History is being squeezed out’ of a curriculum focused on Stem subjects, educators say.'

'We Want to Say Sorry' : The Historian Whose Great-uncle Led the Coniston Massacre Lorena Allam , 2019 single work column
— Appears in: The Guardian Australia , 5 March 2019;

'Only by engaging with ‘real ugliness’ can healing begin, Liza Dale-Hallett says.'

The Killing Times : The Massacres of Aboriginal People Australia Must Confront Lorena Allam , Nick Evershed , 2019 single work column
— Appears in: The Guardian Australia , 4 March 2019;

'Shootings, poisonings and children driven off cliffs – this is a record of state-sanctioned slaughter.'

When Glenda Met Sandy : Descendants of Massacre Survivor and Soldier Unite in Grief Lorena Allam , Carly Earl , 2019 single work column
— Appears in: The Guardian Australia , 4 March 2019;

'At least 14 Aboriginal men, women and children were shot and killed in the Appin massacre near Sydney. Countless others fell to their deaths in the gorge below.'

As the Toll of Australia’s Frontier Brutality Keeps Climbing, Truth Telling Is Long Overdue Paul Daley , 2019 single work column
— Appears in: The Guardian Australia , 4 March 2019;

'The myth of benign, peaceful settlement persists today – even as historians reveal a far more sinister picture.'

The Stillness of Australia's Massacre Sites – in Pictures Brendan Beirne , 2019 single work column
— Appears in: The Guardian Australia , 17 April 2019;

'Photographer Brendan Beirne visited massacre sites across Australia. Using infrared technology he has created a series of images which take you to the unquiet places where Indigenous people were slaughtered.'  (Article summary)

Murdering Gully : Settlers Killed 35 in Aboriginal Camp, and Threw Bodies into the Water Thomas J. Rogers , 2019 single work column
— Appears in: The Guardian Australia , 23 March 2019;

'One day at dawn in early 1839, Frederick Taylor and a number of other armed white men rode on horseback into a sleeping camp of Aboriginal people near present-day Terang in Victoria’s western district. Most of the people encamped on the banks of Mount Emu Creek were of the Tarnbeere gundidj clan, members of the Djargurd wurrung language group.' (Introduction)

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First known date: 2019

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The Stillness of Australia's Massacre Sites – in Pictures Brendan Beirne , 2019 single work column
— Appears in: The Guardian Australia , 17 April 2019;

'Photographer Brendan Beirne visited massacre sites across Australia. Using infrared technology he has created a series of images which take you to the unquiet places where Indigenous people were slaughtered.'  (Article summary)

The Stillness of Australia's Massacre Sites – in Pictures Brendan Beirne , 2019 single work column
— Appears in: The Guardian Australia , 17 April 2019;

'Photographer Brendan Beirne visited massacre sites across Australia. Using infrared technology he has created a series of images which take you to the unquiet places where Indigenous people were slaughtered.'  (Article summary)

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