5 edition of King Bungaree found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -187) and indexes.
|Statement||Keith Vincent Smith.|
|LC Classifications||GN667.N5 B867 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||192 p. :|
|Number of Pages||192|
|LC Control Number||93109764|
Bungaree born on – 24 November , with a happy disposition and much intelligence, accompanied Flinders in the Investigator () and was thus the first Aboriginal known to have circumnavigated Ku-ring-gai man was a conspicuous figure in early Sydney, and one of the most commonly represented people in colonial imagery. In , Bungaree sailed to north-western Australia with Phillip Parker King in the tonne cutter HMS Mermaid, again showing his skill as a diplomat and intermediary between white and black people. He died in Sydney in and was buried at Rose Bay. Many paintings exist of Bungaree .
Keith Vincent Smith is the author of King Bungaree: A Sydney Aborigine meets the great South Pacific Explorers, , published by Kangaroo Press. ‘On the eastern side of Port Jackson below Bellevue Hill, there is a small bay with a narrow sandy beach fringed by a scrappy, untidy park running down a deep slope,’ he wrote in that book. Meanwhile, King Bungaree of the Kurringgai Peoples accompanied Flinders on his voyage to explore what we know as Bass Strait, and again on the circumnavigation of the continent. Flinders, writing A Voyage to Terra Australis (), noted that Bungaree was “a worthy and brave fellow” who, on multiple occasions, saved the.
Bowen Bungaree (c) was the eldest son of the Broken Bay leader 'King’ Bungaree and his first wife Matora or Madora who took her name from muttaura, meaning 'small snapper’ in the Awabagal language of the Hunter River, where it is likely she was born. Keith Vincent Smith is the author of King Bungaree: A Sydney Aborigine meets the great South Pacific Explorers, , published by Kangaroo Press. ‘On the eastern side of Port Jackson below Bellevue Hill, there is a small bay with a narrow sandy beach fringed by a scrappy, untidy park running down a deep slope,’ he wrote in that book.
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King Bungaree book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Bungaree or Boongaree was created 'Chief of the Broken Bay Tribe' by New Sou 3/5.
Hardcover King of the Broken Bay Aborigines who settled in Sydney, Bungaree was witty, intelligent, something of a diplomat.
He accompanied Flinders and Philip Parker King Cited by: 9. King Bungaree's Pyalla: And stories illustrative of the manners and customs that prevailed among Australian Aborigines Unknown Binding – January 1, by Mary Anne Fitz-Gerald (Author)Author: Mary Anne Fitz-Gerald.
ABOUT THE BOOK Bungaree, was known as the King of the Broken Bay Aborigines. He was witty, intelligent, something of a diplomat. He accompanied Flinders and Philip Parker King on their voyages of exploration.
King Bungaree by Ken V. Smith,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.3/5(1). King Bungaree: A Sydney Aborigine Meets the Great South Pacific Explorers, Smith, Keith Vincent Published by Kangaroo Press, Sydney (). Cover of book 'King Bungaree' by Keith Vincent Cover of book 'King Bungaree' by Keith Vincent Smith Contributed By Private collection (Cover artwork features the sketch 'Bungaree King of Port Jackson Tribe Sydney' attributed to John Carmichael, held in a private collection.) Search.
Search. Browse. Browse. Artefacts. English, Book, Illustrated edition: Disturbing performances of race and nation: King Bungaree, John Noble and Jimmy Clements / Maryrose Casey. Casey, Maryrose. Get this edition. A King Bungaree book source of information about Bungaree, Matora and Gooseberry is Keith Vincent Smith's book King Bungaree.
A Sydney Aborigine meets the great South Pacific explorers,published in. In 70 libraries. Bungaree's early life and travels with Matthew Flinders and Phillip Parker King; Bungaree's relations with Europeans, particularly Governor Lachlan Macquarie; European perceptions (both written and visual) of Bungaree; his role in the politics of early Sydney and relations with other Aborigines.
p.: ill. (some col.) ; 25 cm. Bungaree, d. Bungaree, Bungaree. Governor Macquarie never gave a breastplate to Bungaree engraved with the words 'Bungaree - King of the Broken Bay Tribe'.
The words were: 'Boongaree Chief of the Broken Bay Tribe '. 'King' was a term used by colonial newspapers. I unfortunately used this title in my book 'King Bungaree' inbut know better now. Regards. 'Onion, Boatman, Broomstick, Askabout and Pincher' were spurious names invented by the fiction writer John Lang for Bungaree's reputed wives in 'Bungaree, King of the Blacks' published in Charles Dickens's weekly journal All the Year Round (London ).
Available in the National Library of Australia collection. Author: Fitzgerald, Mary A; Format: Book, Online; 78 pages,  leaves of plates: illustrations ; 21 cm. Available At Publisher King Bungaree was truly a pioneer hero of early Australia.
He was quick to adopt the manner and customs of the invaders of his dominions, becoming a favourite of governors from Phillip to Brisbane and later sailed on voyages with the explorers, Matthew Flinders and Philip Parker.
In his book detailing his journey, Flinders described Bungaree as a "worthy and brave fellow" who saved the expedition multiple times.
According to co-chair of the National NAIDOC committee, John Paul Janke, Bungaree was one of the iconic figures of the early colony of Sydney. That’s an extract from my book King Bungaree, written way back in It’s now as scarce as hen’s teeth, but available in many libraries.
In lithography the artist draws directly onto a flat stone using greasy ink or a chalk pencil. Keith Vincent Smith is the author of King Bungaree: A Sydney Aborigine meets the great South Pacific Explorers,published by Kangaroo Press.
'On the. Bungaree was Flamboyant. Bungaree ( ‐ 24 November ) possibly born at Patonga, was of the Garigal Clan and Pittwater People or saltwater people. He was flamboyant, intelligent and shrewd. He was an explorer, a great voyager, a go-between, an esteemed elder of his people, a. Both Flinders and King commended his even disposition and brave conduct.
In he escorted back natives who had come to Sydney from Newcastle, and proved useful in preserving friendly relations with the Aborigines there. Various governors and colonels gave Bungaree discarded uniforms and a cocked hat; in this garb he lived and slept.
Bowen Bungaree (also known as Boin, Bowen Toura (Mosquito) or Black Bowen) sketched the figure of an Aboriginal woman on a page in the explorer's Field Book.
What seems at first glance to be a simple stick figure is stylistically similar to much larger human shapes outlined in Aboriginal rock engravings throughout the Sydney area.
King Bungaree's Pyalla was included among a gift of books presented to the Duke and Duchess of York in for their children from some of the children of South Australia, and therefore was deemed a suitable, contemporary and representative compilation for royal children to read. Dr Keith Vincent Smith has been researching the history of the First Australians around the Sydney Area for many years now.
I bought his first book “King Bungaree” soon after it was published in His writing fired up a spark of interest I had since first hearing the name of Bungaree attached to one of the two Cub Scout Packs that we had then down at 1st Balmoral Sea Scout Group.
My book King Bungaree is long out of print and difficult to obtain. However, I can recommend an excellent new publication, Bungaree’s Mob, a thoroughly researched and accurate page illustrated small book.