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Scholarly Articles:

James Dawson’s Scrapbook: advocacy and antipathy in colonial Western Victoria  Raymond Madden, The Latrobe Journal, No 85 May 2010

James Dawson’s intervention in the naming of the Maroondah aqueduct Ian D Clark, The Latrobe Journal, No. 97 March 2016

Landscapes of the Dead: History and memory in a distant field of murder Ben Wilkie, Meanjin, Summer 2016

V. Ruth Pullin & Thomas A. Darragh (2023), The Artist-Collector: Eugene von Guérard and the Berlin Ethnological Museum, Australian Historical Studies, 54:4, 690-717, DOI:10.1080/1031461X.2023.2256350

Thomas A. Darragh & V. Ruth Pullin (2023), Eugene Von Guérard and the Ethnological Museum in Berlin: Correspondence 1878–1880, The Royal Society of Victoria, 135, 102–126, 2023

News Articles:

The Blacks troublesome at Camperdown. Geelong Advertiser, Friday 26 May 1876

Aborigines at Old Timboon. Camperdown Chronicle, Thursday 25 September 1930

Seventy eight years In Camperdown. Pioneer recalls early days. Camperdown Chronicle, Thursday 20 September 1934

Wombeetch Puyuun, a unique friendship and the push to recognise a monument erected in his honour Matt Neal, ABC South West Vic, 10 July 2022

How Johnny Kangatong and Sarah survived a time of purge and peril. Tony Wright, The Age, 10 December 2022