Leave a reply This is a question I have been asking myself a lot lately. Until I realized, do I even really know what culture is?
West from Sydney across the Blue Mountains, is the largest tribe in N. They had an estimated population of 12, everyone spoke the Wiradjuri language and were free to practice their culture and traditions.
Intheir way of life was disrupted, changed and has never been the same. As this occurred without consultation, or due care for the Wiradjuri, their human rights were, and continue to be breached to this very day.
The Wiradjuri people lived within the area that was known as the Wiradjuri Nation. For the Wiradjuri people, life on these grassy plains and undulating slopes was good, just as it had always been for thousands of years.
They were very proud and content with their culture, heritage and tradition Coe, M. From Julydue to an influx of livestock in the Sydney settlement, the Governor of Sydney Lachlan Macquarie had commissioned a road to be built into Wiradjuri territory.
The road commenced at Emu Plains and extended kilometres to Bathurst. Curious about the new road and settlement, Macquarie visited and inaugurated the town of Bathurst on 7th May Between and the white population "exploded"1, resulting in a land occupation of approximately km wide by km long.
Aggressive landowners established sheep and cattle farms on the land that the Wiradjuri had roamed, hunted and lived on for thousands of years, long before white men ever settled in Australia.
The Wiradjuri were neither consulted nor paid for the acquisition of their land. During this time, the religion and culture of these peaceful Aborigines was mocked and ridiculed. The white men participated in the destruction of sacred burial sites, prime hunting grounds were stripped of all wildlife and religious initiation sites had buildings and stockyards built on them.
Throughout these appalling atrocities and crimes against the Wiradjuri, a fearless young Aboriginal man emerged and became a leader, a figure of hope to the Wiradjuri people. Windradyne was enraged at what was being perpetrated against his people.
Wherever Wiradjuri law was broken, Windradyne ensured the appropriate punishment was executed under Aboriginal law. He lead groups in short, sharp and effective attacks on cattle stations, scattering herds and killing stockman Elder, B.
In JanuaryMilitary assistance was dispatched, and learning of further planned attacks on his people, Windradyne bravely walked out to meet the soldiers.
As a result, it took six men to secure him and they had to break a musket over his body before he yielded. They shackled and imprisoned him for a month to try to break his spirit, but when he returned to his people he was stronger than ever Coe, M.
One day at the beginning of March after being released, Windradyne and some members of his family were walking along a riverbank which was being used as a market garden. Upon meeting them, the gardener offered them some potatoes to try.
After explaining how to cook them they were gratefully accepted. The next day, after obviously enjoying them, they returned to the field and helped themselves to some more.
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