Wurrung

Some articles on wurrung:

Djab Wurrung - History
... The Djab wurrung occupied their lands for up to 40,000 years, although the oldest known occupation site, in Gariwerd, is dated at 22,000 BP ... It is likely the Djab wurrung were well aware of Europeans from their communications with coastal tribes ... Two years later, in 1838, the squatters with their sheep started settling in Djab wurrung country ...
Campaspe Plains Massacre - Cause
... a hut keeper were killed in May 1839 by Aborigines identified as Daung Wurrung, who had robbed a hut of bedding, clothes, guns and ammunition and also run a flock of 700 sheep ... The Daung Wurrung were enemies of the Dja Dja Wurrung ...
Munangabum
... balug and Spiritual Leader or neyerneyemeet of the Dja Dja Wurrung people in central Victoria, Australia ... He was gaoled in 1840 for sheep-stealing which resulted in Dja Dja Wurrung people traveling to Melbourne to plead for his release ... Woiwurrung and Djadja wurrung people feared that unless Munangabum was released, he would move Bunjil to release the Mindye causing a plague to black and white ...
Campaspe Plains Massacre
... raid against Aboriginal resistance to the invasion and occupation of the Dja Dja Wurrung and Daung Wurrung lands ... run, located near the border of Dja Dja Wurrung and Daung Wurrung, in 1838 following sporadic confrontations ...
Djargurd Wurrung - History
... The Western District Lakes, now a Ramsar site, have been a focus for the Djargurd Wurrung and Gulidjan Aboriginal people for thousands of years ... from attacks by the neighbouring Wada wurrung tribe ... Station was established in 1865 near Warnambool many of the surviving members of the Djargurd wurrung were forcibly relocated, however a number of ...