First People: The eastern Kulin of Melbourne, Port Philip & Central Victoria by Dr Gary Presland

In 1844 William Thomas noted that the Woi wurrung camped on the site of the Melbourne and Richmond cricket grounds and the Boon wurrung on a spot near where the Governor’s residence now stands.

The Eastern Kulin, like Indigenous people all over Australia, believed that they were an integral part of the land; for them nature and culture had been created as one by ancestral beings.

Gary Presland presents a unique picture of the Eastern Kulin way of life.

“An extraordinary journey into the ancient origins of Melbourne, which has transformed and expanded my vision of the place I call home”. Arnold Zable

168pp, sources, index.

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In 1844 William Thomas noted that the Woi wurrung camped on the site of the Melbourne and Richmond cricket grounds and the Boon wurrung on a spot near where the Governor’s residence now stands.

The Eastern Kulin, like Indigenous people all over Australia, believed that they were an integral part of the land; for them nature and culture had been created as one by ancestral beings.

Gary Presland presents a unique picture of the Eastern Kulin way of life.

“An extraordinary journey into the ancient origins of Melbourne, which has transformed and expanded my vision of the place I call home”. Arnold Zable

168pp, sources, index.

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Weight .58 kg
Dimensions 26 × 21 × 1.8 cm

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