Research Documents See our Research Facilities page for more on books & archives.
- “Age” article by Miki Perkins about Budj Bim
- Budj Bim History – Tony Wright
- Transcripts from Camperdown Burns Festival Lecture Series 2019
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Dawson Scrapbook – Searchable PDF Volume 1/7Click here to view Volume 1
*Try a search for these key words; bagpipes, vineyard, language, masons, murderous…
If you try searching some items, for example; bee or emu… it can be more difficult so we will at times add some points of interest for each volume. In volume 1 on Page 10 you can discover an article on Ligurian Bees, on Page 27 & 28 you can discover information about local Aboriginal Language, including the word ’emu’, that Isabella Dawson collected.
Dawson Scrapbook – Searchable PDF Volume 2/7Click here to view Volume 2
*Try a search for these key words; sheep, jury, wool, farm…
In volume 2 on Pages 4-7 you can discover information about Aboriginal mounds documented by James Dawson, including sketches.
Dawson Scrapbook – Searchable PDF Volume 3/7Click here to view Volume 3
Dawson Scrapbook – Searchable PDF Volume 4/7Click here to view Volume 4
Dawson Scrapbook – Searchable PDF Volume 5/7Click here to view Volume 5
Dawson Scrapbook – Searchable PDF Volume 6/7
Page 13 “Large Bones Found”
Page 27 “Whisky”
Page 39 “The Camperdown Museum” & “A Plea”
Page 54 “The Trees Lament”
Dawson Scrapbook – Searchable PDF Volume 7/7Click here to view Volume 7