Thomas Peel of Swan River
History of the Swan River Settlement, W.A. and its founder Thomas Peel 1768-1865; Settlement founded 1829; p.77- 78; Contact & reactions between the first Swan River settlers and the Aborigines; Chp.IX; Settlers difficulties with the Murray River Aborigines - murder and plunder - police force formed - Pinjarra area; Effort to civilize Aborigines; Institution for natives founded at foot of Mount Elna 1837 under F.F. Armstrong; Attitude of settlers improved.
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aborigines acres of land Adam Armstrong appeared arrived Association Australind became brother Captain Meares Captain Stirling Clarence Clark Clifton Co-partnership Cockburn Sound Colonial Office Colonial Secretary Cooper and Levey Daniel Cooper daughter debt December Deed Despatches Dora Dunnage Elmslie Emancipists emigrants England establishment Frederick Peel Fremantle Garden Island gentleman Gilmore Government Governor Stirling grant of land Hall horse ibid indentured James Stirling January knew labour Land Titles Office later leave letter Levey's Location 16 London Mandurah Mandurah House Mary Charlotte ment months Murray River natives party Peel's Peelfold person Perth Gazette Pinjarra received reported Rockingham sailed Serpentine Farm servants settlement scheme settlers shillings ship Sir George Murray soldiers Solomon Levey South Wales Stirling's Swan River colony Swan River Guardian Sydney Thomas Peel townsite Twiss Wakefield Western Australia Whaling wife William wrote