As part of the Dja Dja Wurrung Recognition and Settlement Agreement (2013) the state of Victoria recognised specific rights on Country for Dja Dja One Djadjawurrung woman known as Ellen, under Parker's protection, crotcheted a collar, and wrote two congratulatory letters, as a gift the occasion of the marriage of the Prince of Wales, Edward VII to Princess Alexandra of Denmark in 1863. It was a diplomatic rite involving the landholder's hospitality and a ritual exchange of gifts. In a time when their voice was not heard and their stories forbidden to be shared they persevered and now we have arrived to a new day where the opportunity exists to unveil storied untold.
Both cases were thrown out of court due to the inadmissibility of aboriginal witness statements and evidence in Courts of Law. While most squatters ignored such sexual interactions by their employees and even participated, there were a few, such as John Stuart Hepburn, who discouraged sexual interactions between his employees and the Djadjawurrung. This is a place of sadness but also of resilience and growth.
When foreign people passed through or were invited onto Dja Dja Wurrung lands, the ceremony of Tanderrum – freedom of the bush – would be performed. This ensured the sustained use of the resources available to them. All rights reserved. They were part of established trade networks which allowed goods and information to flow over substantial distances. These are put into law through five Authorisation Orders that broadly, they cover: On the few occasions when this did happen, the cases were dismissed as aborigines were denied the right to give evidence in courts of law. Parker and his family remained living at Franklinford. Today we walk our Culture knowing that when we strive for the balance of Bunjil’s creations, for us and for the future generations, you walk with us. , Those most dramatically affected were the groups who had most contact with European settlers. Some 700 words were taken down by Joseph Parker in 1878, while R. H. Mathews produced an outline of its grammar, published in German in 1904. From the late 1830s European contact introduced consumption, venereal disease, the common cold, bronchitis, influenza, chicken pox, measles and scarlet fever. All rights reserved.
Djadjawurrung or Dja Dja Wurrung, also known as the Jaara or Jajowrong people and Loddon River tribe, is an Aboriginal Australian people whose traditional lands include the watersheds of the Loddon and Avoca rivers in the Bendigo region of central Victoria, Australia. Access to land and resources by other clans, was sometimes restricted depending on the state of the resource in question.
Parker employed a medical officer, Dr W. Baylie, to treat the high incidence of disease. However, the site proved unsuitable for agriculture and in January 1841 Parker selected a site on the northern side of Mount Franklin on Jim Crow Creek with permanent spring water.
, Djadjawurrung is classified as one of the Kulin languages. Abduction and rape of aboriginal women was also relatively common, often leading to violent interactions. These are put into law through five Authorisation Orders that broadly, they cover:
The Jaara baby was an Aboriginal Australian child who died at some stage during the 1840s to 1860s. Our artefacts are collected by landholders and visitors who find them, and don’t know or care to return them to us.
, The Djadjawurrung are bound to their land by their spiritual belief system deriving from the Dreaming, when mythic beings had created the world, the people and their culture. Mortality rates worsened during the gold rushes. , According to Norman Tindale and Ian D. Clark, Their lands extend over 16,000 square kilometres (6,200 sq mi), embracing the Upper Loddon and Avoca rivers, running east, through Maldon and Bendigo to around Castlemaine and west as far as St. Arnaud. On 7 February 1841, Munangabum was shot and wounded by settlers while his companion Gondiurmin died at Far Creek Station, west of Maryborough. The Governor of NSW, Sir George Gipps, agreed and stations or reserves for each protector were approved in 1840.  The agreement was the culmination of eighteen months of negotiations between the Victorian Government and the Dja Dja Wurrung people and settles native title claims dating back to 1998. The LUAA is part of a broader Settlement Package aimed at respecting the Dja Dja Wurrung traditional owners. Very few of these reports were acted upon to bring the settlers to court. Some of the remains of our ancestors have been removed, and we are working to bring them home and reinter them to Country as they will not be at rest until they are properly reburied on Dja Dja Wurrung Country.
Make use of our cultural heritage to promote healing and reconciliation, teach Jaara people about their Country and laws, and raise cultural awareness among the broader community. This made prosecution of settlers for crimes against aborigines exceedingly difficult, while also making it very difficult for aborigines to offer legal defences when they were prosecuted for such crimes as sheep stealing. The child's remains were discovered, together with child's toys consisting of feathers, a waist belt and European artefacts, in the fork of a tree in 1904, and kept in storage by Museum Victoria for ninety-nine years, until in 2003 they were repatriated to the Dja Dja Wurrung community. The pain, sadness, confusion and unjust hardships they endured and overcame are testament to the residual present day health and wellbeing of our Country and our people, their descendants. A small number of Dja Dja Wurrung remained at Franklinford with Parker, farming the land, erecting dwellings and selling their produce to the nearest diggings about 2 miles away. Our Vision is for the health and wellbeing of our people to be strong, and underpinned by our living culture. • Taking, protected flora (plants) and fauna (fish – other animals are covered by the hunting order)
This site is dedicated to our Dja Dja Wurrung Ancestors. The Recognition and Settlement Agreement between the Dja Dja Wurrung people and the State of Victoria was celebrated at Yepenya on 15 November 2013. , Munangabum was an influential clan head of the Liarga balug and spiritual Leader or neyerneyemeet of the Djadja wurrung who lived through two smallpox epidemics and shaped his people's response to European settlement in the 1830s and 1840s. • Taking and using water (from natural sources to which you have access)
 There are 16 clans, which adhere to a patrilineal system.
The strength, and wisdom of our ancestors has enabled us to walk in their footsteps towards our own healing, and walk the path of healing our Country. Thomas was supported by Parker in this. , Dja Dja Wurrung people at Franklinford were forced to re-settle at Coranderrk station on the land of the Wurundjeri.
To action your rights under this agreement, you must first apply for a verification card. An important part of our healing has been the return to our management of the site where the Franklinford Mission stood. The site was chosen with the support of The Djadjawurrung as well as Crown Lands Commissioner Frederick Powlett. Signing this Agreement the Dja Dja Wurrung agreed to withdraw all Native Title claims in the federal Court and that this be … , At the ceremony, Victorian Attorney-General, Robert Clark said: "The Victorian Government is pleased to have reached this settlement in a way that has avoided costly litigation, while assisting the Traditional Owner community to develop a sustainable future. Venereal diseases of syphilis and gonorrhea reached epidemic proportions with estimates of 90% of Dja Dja Wurrung women thought to be suffering from syphilis by late 1841. Like other Kulin peoples, there are two moieties: Bunjil the eagle and Waa the crow.
, Parker initially established his base at Jackson's Creek near Sunbury, which was not close enough to the aboriginal nations of his protectorate. , The onset of the Victorian Gold Rush in 1851 placed further pressure on the Dja Dja Wurrung with 10,000 diggers occupying Barkers Creek, Mount Alexander and many streams turned into alluvial gold diggings with many sacred sites violated.  , Were the settlers generally to follow the example of Mr Hepburn, much of the liberal intercourse between the labouring men and native women, and consequently the endangering of property, would be suppressed. Over 50 generations have been born on these sites & the birthing trees themselves are 800 years old. The northern reaches touch Boort and, northwest, Donald, while Creswick and Daylesford marks its southern frontier, and to the southwest, Navarre Hill and Mount Avoca. By December 1852 the population of Dja Dja Wurrung was estimated at 142 people, whereas they had numbered between one and two thousand just 15 years previously at time of first contact. What happened during colonisation and the following attempts at genocide challenged and tested our resilience and resistance to the degradation of our land, our culture and our people. Our Vision is for our lands and waters to be in good condition and actively managed to protect our values and to promote the laws, culture and rights of all Dja Dja Wurrung People. Signing this Agreement the Dja Dja Wurrung agreed to withdraw all Native Title claims in the federal Court and that this be a full and final settlement on this matter. Quelques jours avant la fin de l’exposition, la tribu australienne Dja Dja Wurrung bloque le retour des objets en Angleterre.
On a larger scale, compliance with cultural heritage legislation is not always strong, and sites can be lost through developments and land management practices. Tommy Farmer (Beernbarmin) was the last survivor of this group who walked off the land in 1864 and eventually joined the Coranderrk reserve. A number of deaths and illnesses among the whites working at Franklinford in 1847–48 also caused many Dja Dja Wurrung to leave on the belief that the ground at Franklinford was "malignant". Wurrung people. , The widespread abuse of aboriginal women led directly to an epidemic of venereal disease, syphilis and gonorrhea, which had a major impact on reducing the fertility of Djadjawurrung women and increased the mortality rate of infants. © Copyright Dja Dja Wurrung Clans 2016. , "Jaara" redirects here.
Verification card holders can report their take here, but first must login. , Parker also attempted to prosecute those European settlers who had killed aborigines including Henry Monro and his employees for killings in January 1840 and William Jenkins, William Martin, John Remington, Edward Collins, Robert Morrison for the murder of Gondiurmin in February 1841.
Rankin asked the Victorian Department of Sustainability and Environment to produce documents proving that the Crown has the right to occupy these lands. For this we thank you, our Martiinga Kuli Murrup (Ancestral spirits). The agreement area extends from north of the Great Dividing Range near Daylesford and includes part or all of the catchments of the Richardson, Avon, Avoca, Loddon and Campaspe Rivers. Before European settlement, 16 separate clans existed, each with a clan headman.. The Dja Dja Wurrung Community Goals for our During this time other resources were utilised for food. , On 26 May 2004 Aunty Susan Rankin, a Dja Dja Wurrung elder peacefully reoccupied crown land at Franklinford in central Victoria, calling her campsite the Going Home Camp. Many of our special places and artefacts are not secure.
Dja Dja Wurrung Enterprises Pty Ltd, trading as Djandak, is owned and operated by Dja Dja Wurrung traditional owners. Before European colonisation, the natural places within Dja Dja Wurrung Country were well known, had a name and song and were celebrated as part of our culture. • Taking, protected flora (plants) and fauna (fish – other animals are covered by the hunting order) Country are framed around the following themes. Words, as respectful and honest as these ones are, can only express a small tribute to the awe, inspiration, empathy and empowerment we feel today for what they experienced to ensure our survival. Elle réclame la « propriété traditionnelle » des biens. A Medical doctor appointed for a time confirmed the prevalence of venereal disease.
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