By Harold Koch, Luise Hercus
Aboriginal techniques to the naming of locations throughout Australia range substantially from the reliable brought Anglo-Australian procedure. even if, lots of those previous names were included into modern nomenclature, with substantial reinterpretations in their functionality and shape. lately, nation jurisdictions have inspired the adoption of a better variety of Indigenous names, occasionally along the authorized Anglo-Australian phrases, round Sydney Harbour, for instance. every so often, using an brought identify, reminiscent of Gove, has been contested by means of neighborhood Indigenous humans. the nineteen reviews introduced jointly during this ebook current an summary of present matters regarding Indigenous placenames around the complete of Australia, drawing at the disciplines of geography, linguistics, background, and anthropology. They contain meticulous stories of old files, and views stemming from modern Indigenous groups. The e-book incorporates a wealth of documentary details on a few four hundred particular placenames, together with these of Sydney Harbour, the Blue Mountains, Canberra, western Victoria, the Lake Eyre district, the Victoria River District, and southwestern Cape York Peninsula.
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21 Aboriginal placenames 2. g. g. 1 nos. 2. 3. The sketch map on the inside cover of Dawes’ 1790 notebook has seven placenames written on it. e. Goat Island, and ‘Dara’ or ‘Tara’ (Dawes Point). 1 nos. 2). 4. g. 4). 5. 2). 6. 2). 7. g. 1 nos. 10 and 34 respectively). 8. g. 1 nos. 41 and 64 respectively). 9. g. 1 no. 4). 10. g. ). 1 no. 57). However, for other placenames, variations may be due to transcription errors. e. 1 no. 88), which Collins (1798: 453) said was the name for the southern shore of Botany Bay, and today is usually accepted as the country of a clan, the Gweagal.
This suggests there was either confusion over the exact place where Phillip was speared, or confusion/indecision at the time as to what the different bays in North Harbour were to be called. g. : 10-11). Local historians Shelagh and George Champion (1993) concluded from their research that Phillip was speared in present-day Manly Cove. Accordingly, Manly Cove could be either ‘Kayoomay’ or ‘Kayyeemy’/‘Kayyemy’, or both. After 1788, the whole of North Harbour was referred to as Manly Bay, which suggests the name ‘Kayyeemy’ could equally have been the name for North Harbour.
In addition to the battery on the west side of the cove, Dawes was in charge of constructing a small redoubt on the east side of Sydney Cove which stood from 1788 to 1791, and then in the early 1800s a second battery was built on what is now called ‘’Bennelong Point’ (McGuanne 1901: 10; see also Watson 1918: 384). Wentworth may thus have been referring to ‘Dawes Battery’ on Bennelong Point. 1790-1792: 361) lists the placename for Cockatoo Island as ‘Wareamah’. 1. ‘Biloela’ was the name given to the Public Industrial School and Reformatory for Girls established on Cockatoo Island in 1871 (Jervis 1945: 402; State Records NSW 2006).