• 'McCrae family papers’, McCrae family papers, MS 12108, SLV.

  • 'Lang family papers, p.c’.

  • 'R.E. Johns papers’, R.E. Johns papers, LtL, and Museum Victoria.

  • 'Daniel Mathews A.W. Howitt papers’, Daniel Mathews A.W. Howitt papers MS 9356, LtL and MS 69, AIATSIS Library, SLV.

  • Gribble, J.B. (1887), 'J.B. Gribble, Warangesda Mission Manager’s diary’, J.B. Gribble, Warangesda Mission Manager’s diary MS 1791, NLA.

  • 'Foord papers’, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Vic, Foord papers, Melbourne University Archives.

  • Andrews, Arthur, 'Arthur Andrews papers’, Arthur Andrews papers MS A1707, ML; P.L.S. Chauncy papers MS 9287, LtL, SLV.

  • Mitchell, J.F. (1906), 'J.F. Mitchell Notes’, Albury, NSW, J.F. Mitchell Notes MS 8601/69 LtL, SLV, and his Aboriginal Dictionary (Woradgery tongue) (Albury, 1906).

  • Kilborn, Roderick., 'Roderick Kilborn diaries, p.c’.

  • 'NSW state records’, including Commissioners for Crown Lands, Aborigines Welfare Board minutes, Courts of Petty Sessions, Register of Issue of Blankets.

  • 'Victorian government files’, relating to Aborigines, including Protectorate records, Department of Crown Lands & Survey, Chief Secretary’s Department, Brough Smyth’s reports, Legislative Council original papers, Courts of Justice records for Wahgunyah, Indigo, Wangaratta.

  • Eagle, Mary (2005), 'A History of Australian Art 1830-1930, told through the lives of the objects’, Thesis submitted for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy of the Australian National University, chapter 6.

  • Cooper, Carol and Urry, James (1981), 'Art, Aborigines and Chinese’, Aboriginal History, vol. 5 no. 1.

  • Sayers, Andrew and Cooper, Carol (1994), 'Aboriginal Artists of the Nineteenth Century’, Melbourne: Oxford University Press.

See also

  • 'Australian Legendary Tales', Langloh Parker (London: David Nutt, 1896).

Initial data sources

  • Storylines Project, COFA, UNSW