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[102] Mixed Relations, 1993, Newtown Dreaming, www.myspace.com/mixedrelations

[103] Deadly Vibe Iss.,32 1999, p.4-5, port.

[104] Deadly Vibe Iss. 35 1999, p.4, port[105] Glebe and Inner City News, January 28, 1998

[106] Deadly vibe Iss. 36 2000, p. 4-5, port.
[107] Deadly vibe Iss.70 December 2002, p 15.

[108] ‘Back to the Bush’, SMH, Jan 14, 2004

[109] ‘Back to the Bush’, SMH, Jan 14, 2004
[110] Heidi Norman’s NSW Indigenous History Fellowship research, discussed in Jopson, Debra, ‘Black Heart of Redfern Doesn’t miss a beat’, Sydney Morning Herald, July 10, 2009, http://www.smh.com.au/national/black-heart-of-redfern-doesnt-miss-a-beat-20090709-derf.html

[111] Rod Ringer, 2005, interview with Bill Wheatley  in his The BrickMasters 1788- 2008, Dry Press Publishing, Sydney, p229
[112] Lucy Taksa, 2003 ‘Machines and Ghosts: Politics, industrial heritage and the history of working life at the New South Wales Eveleigh Railway Workshops’, Labour History, No. 85, November, pp 65-88.; Lucy Taksa 1999, Technology, Work, Gender and Citizenship at the Eveleigh Railway Workshops Precinct: An Historical Interpretation of Landscape, Identity and Mobilisation, Labour History, No. 76,  May, , pp. 153-
[113] Eveleigh News, 5 June 1957, cited in Lucy Taksa, 2000.‘The Long March for Justice’, Issue 56, 2 June Workers Online http://workers.labor.net.au/56/c_historicalfeature_poems.html

[114] SMH 13 Nov 1882, p4
[115] 1871 Census District n.94 Ashfield and Petersham, Sub D, East Ward, p17; Census district 94, Ashfield and Petersham, Sth Kingston, Subdivision J, p10

[116] Daily Telegraph, 26 June 1943, p7

[117] Unreferenced 1943 article, Daily Telegraph 26 June 1943, Sunday Sun, 16 May 1943 p8; Sunday Sun and Guardian 18 March 1945, all included in Pearl Gibbs Scrapbook containing newspaper cuttings ca. 1937-1954, Pearl Gibbs papers 1937-1983, ML MSS 6922/3X, CY Reel 4043.

[118]The Dawn, 1967, 16 (2), p5 [119] Horner, 1974, Vote Ferguson for Aboriginal Freedom: a biography of Bill Ferguson, Australian and NZ Book Co, Sydney, Endnotes p186. [120] D. Plater (ed) 1993, Other Boundaries: Inner City Aboriginal Stories, Sydney, Bagnall Publications[121] Dulcie Flower, interviewed by David Snell, 1993, in D. Plater (ed), pp 4-5, New Dawn, 1971 1(1), p30 [122] Flower in Faith Bandler,1989, Turning the Tide: a personal history of the Federal Council for the Advancement of Aborigines and Torres Strait Islanders, Aboriginal Studies Press, Canberra, p 57-58[123] Flower in Bandler, 1989, p139 [124] Goold, Sally in Goold, Sally, Kerrynn Liddle (eds), 2005, In Our Own Right: Black Australian Nurses stories 2005 e-content management, QLD pp 88-89 [125] ‘The move to the big smoke’, in Plater (ed), 1993, p97; The Dawn, 4 (1) 1955 p15

[126] The Dawn,13,3, 1964, p5.

[127] Meader, etal 1994 p172, citing Bells Life, 25 Jan 1845. [128] ‘Cricket: The Early History’, SMH, 19 June 1897, p10; LG Norman, 1963, Historical Notes on Newtown, Council of the City of Sydney, p76; Arrival of the Black Cricketers, in Sporting Life, London, 16 May 1868 cited in Ashley Mallett 2002, The Black Lords of Summer: the story of the 1868 Aboriginal tour of England and beyond, University of Queensland Press, Brisbane, (in image section, page unnumbered) [129] Mallett, 2002 p164.

[130] Mallett, 2002,p125.
[131] SMH, 24 March 1928, p13; SMH 23 Nov 1867, p5; Argus, 23 Feb 1869 p6
[132] Rex Harcourt and John Mulvaney, 2005 Cricket Walkabout: the Aboriginal Cricketers of the 1860s, Golden Point Press, Victoria, 3rd edition p77.

[133] Richard Broome, 1996, Theatres of power: tent boxing circa 1910 –1970, Aboriginal History v20, p21

[134] Colin Tatz, Obstacle Race: Aborigines in Sport, 1995, p121

[135] Colin Tatz, 1996. See also The Sun, Sept 9, 1944, p5. Identifie from Pearl Gibbs scrapbook.

[136] Tatz, 1995, p122

[137] Broome, 1996, p21

[138] SMH, 19 Sept 1923 p16; Tatz, 1995, p119 [139] SMH, 27 May 1937; SMH 24 June 1937 p14. [140] SMH, 4 March 1932 p13 [141] Tatz, 1995, p114 [142] SMH, 16 June 1949, p10 [143] Deadly Vibe Iss. 61 2002, pp6-7, port. [144] Sunday Telegraph Magazine March 3, 2002

[145] Tony Mundine in Colin Tatz, 1996, Black Diamonds: The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Sports Hall of Fame, Allen & Unwin, Sydney.

[146] Terry Williams, 2008, Through Blue Eyes: a pictorial history of Newtown Rugby League Football Club, Newtown RLFC, p98; SMH February 13, 2010, p5 [147] SMH, February 13, 2010, p5 [148] SMH, June 19, 2010. [149] Tatz,1996. [150] Williams, 2008 p171 [151] Williams, 2008 p135; Yorga Art, http://yorga.com.au/portal/content/view/22/101/

[152] Heidi Norman, quoted in Jopson, Debra, ‘Black Heart of Redfern Doesn’t miss a beat’, Sydney Morning Herald, July 10, 2009, http://www.smh.com.au/national/black-heart-of-redfern-doesnt-miss-a-beat-20090709-derf.html
[153] Heidi Norman, 2006,A modern day Corroboree: towards a history of the New South Wales Aboriginal Rugby League Knockout, in Aboriginal History, v30, p190

[154] Horner, 1974, Vote Ferguson for Freedom, p39-41 [155] SMH 12 Feb 1938 p20

[156] SMH 12 Feb 1938 p20
[157] Heather Goodall, ‘Gibbs, Pearl Mary (Gambanyi) (1901 – 1983)’, Australian Dictionary of Biography, Volume 17, Melbourne University Press, , pp 429-431.

[158] Pearl Gibbs, Collaborating for Indigenous Rights, NMA, 2007-8, http://www.indigenousrights.net.au/person.asp?pID=966; Bandler, 1989, p72

[159] Jill Roe, ‘Sawtell, Olaf (Michael) (1883 – 1971)’, Australian Dictionary of Biography, Supplementary Volume, Melbourne University Press, 2005, pp 353-354.

[160] Horner, 1974,  p85, p92

[161] Horner, 1974 p92

[162] New Dawn1 Feb 1971

[163] Newtown Neighbourhood Centre, Newtown Town Hall, 1 Bedford Street, Newtown. Sydney, NSW Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th March 1982, Australian Gay and Lesbian Archives poster collection, A323.

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