As we begin to publish peer-reviewed papers deriving from this project, we’ll include links to them here. In the meantime, here are some papers written by members of our research team that are of direct relevance to this project:
- Barker, B. 2007 Massacre, frontier conflict and Australian archaeology. Australian Archaeology 64:9-14.
- Cole, N. 2004 Battle Camp to Boralga: a local study of colonial war on Cape York Peninsula, 1873–1894. Aboriginal History 28:156-189.
- Cole, N. 2010 Painting the police: Aboriginal visual culture and identity in colonial Cape York Peninsula. Australian Archaeology 71:17-28.
- Litster, M. and L.A. Wallis 2011 Looking for the proverbial needle? The archaeology of Australian colonial frontier massacres. Archaeology in Oceania 46:105-117.
In addition, here is some media coverage of the project:
- Lynley Wallis, ABC Kimberley, October 2016
- Iain Davidson ABC North West Queensland, November 2016
- Bryce Barker, Seven Local News, November 2016
Conference presentations deriving from this project to date include the following:
- Wallis, L.A., N. Cole, B. Barker, H. Burke, K. Lowe, I. Davidson and E. Hatte 2016 Rewriting the history of the Native Mounted Police in Queensland. Unpublished paper presented at the Australian Archaeological Association Annual Conference, Terrigal, December 2016.
- Cole, N., B. Barker, L.A. Wallis, H. Burke, I. Davidson, E. Hatte and K. Lowe 2016 An archaeological study of Indigenous and cross-cultural exchanges at Boralga Native Mounted Police Camp, Cape York, Qld. Unpublished paper presented at the Colonial Formations: Connections and Collisions Conference, University of Wollongong, 25 November 2016.
- Wallis, L.A., H. Burke, B. Barker, K. Lowe, I. Davidson, N. Cole and E. Hatte 2016 The Archaeology of the Native Mounted Police in Queensland. Unpublished paper presented in the Talking Heads Seminar Series, Nulungu Research Institute, University of Notre Dame Australia, 18 October 2016.
- Wallis, L.A., H. Burke, B. Barker, K. Lowe, I. Davidson, N. Cole and E. Hatte 2016 The archaeology of the Native Mounted Police in Queensland. Unpublished paper presented in the Working Paper in Archaeology seminar series at the University of Western Australia, 31 March 2016.
And here is a non-peer-reviewed overview of our project:
- Wallis, L.A., N. Cole, H. Burke, B. Barker, K. Lowe, I. Davidson and E. Hatte 2017 Rewriting the History of the Native Mounted Police in Queensland. Nulungu Insights 1. Broome: Nulungu Research Institute.