Digitised Oral History – Truganina Explosives Reserve - Tape 8 Annette Xibarras and Bill Nicholson Jnr
From the Collection of Truganina Explosives Reserve Preservation Society Inc (TERPS) 276 Queen Street Altona Victoria
- Digital copy of original cassette recorded in 2000 and digitised in 2018
- julia jones, princess balam balam, archaeological survey, middens, wurundjeri, kulin nations, coranderrk, braybrook, sacred sites, mt william, bunurong, museum victoria, altona, martha nicholson
- The interviews were recorded in 2000 by Bronwen Gray and Alan Young for the production of Unreserved, Stories from Truganina Explosives Reserve, animated stories from past residents, workers and interested people of the Reserve (subject to copyright 2004).
Annette Xibarras and Bill Nicholson Jnr discuss the indigenous significance of the Truganina Explosives Reserve.
At the time of the interview Annette was the manager of the Kulin Nations Cultural Heritage Organisation. Bill, a Wurundjeri Elder, was a Wurundjeri Cultural Officer.
They discussed their childhood, aboriginal customs, connection with the land and the locating of aboriginal remains at the Museum of Victoria and the re-burial at the site where they were found.
- A primary source of information on memories of the Truganina Explosives Reserve and Altona,Victoria
- 27 Apr 2020 at 11:56AM