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Notable people?

Some of the Adelaide Park Lands have been named after Aboriginal South Australians. Presumably these people are notable? (And thus should appear in the template?) Pdfpdf (talk) 12:00, 8 May 2018 (UTC)

  • Kadlitpina - see also Park 13, Rundle Park / Kadlitpina (Park 13), Sign: site 13, (and if you're really keen, but likely to be disappointed), CLMP for Rundle Park / Kadlitpinna (Park 13)
  • Ityamai-itpina - see also King Rodney Park / Ityamai-itpina (Park 15), Sign: site 15, CLMP for Ityamaiitpinna (Park 15)
  • Josie Agius Park - see also Josie Agius Park / Wikaparntu Wirra (Park 22)
  • Pangki Pangki - see also Palmer Gardens / Pangki Pangki (Park 28), Sign: site 28, CLMP for Palmer Gardens/Pangki Pangki (Park 28)
  • (Gladys Elphick Park - Gladys Elphick already appears in the template)
  • Nellie Raminyemmerin Park - see Frome Park / Nellie Raminyemmerin Park

Pangki Pangki

This page relates an unhappy story:

In July 1841, Pangki Pangki accompanied Mathew (sic) Moorhouse, the 'Protector' of Aborigines to Lake Bonney and the Rufus River to meet Robinson’s overland party. This was the site of a well documented massacre in which some 30 Aborigines were shot dead, ten were wounded and four were taken prisoner. This massacre was carried out by a party commanded by Sub-Inspector Shaw on the western side of the Rufus and by Robinson’s party on the eastern side. Moorhouse, the ‘Protector’ of Aborigines was present and actually presided over this massacre, admitting that "the firing commenced before spears were thrown" (see Mattingley & Hampton p.38-40).

Pdfpdf (talk) 14:53, 8 May 2018 (UTC)

"Inquiry into the circumstances attending the death of a number of natives on the Murray". South Australian Register (Adelaide). 25 September 1841. pp. 3–4 – via Trove.

Pungke Pungke's evidence is reported on page 4. William Robinson was the overland party leader.

Pdfpdf (talk) 05:03, 10 May 2018 (UTC)

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