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Bennelong (c. 1765–1813), Aboriginal visitor to England, belonged to the Wangal band of the Eora people, who lived on the southern shore of Port Jackson, between what is now central Sydney and Parramatta. He was sometimes called Wolarawaree and also Ogultroyee. Following the British settlement of January 1788 he was one of a number of local men who became well acquainted with the invaders. As ...

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Bennelong (c. 1765–1813) by James Neagle, pubd 1798 by permission of the National Library of Australia / The Rex Nan Kivell Collection NK3946