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==Pre-European settlement==
 
==Pre-European settlement==
 
[[Image:Merri Creek Plenty Ranges-Troedel.jpg|thumb|200px|''Aborigines on [[Merri Creek]]'' by [[Charles Troedel]]]]
 
[[Image:Merri Creek Plenty Ranges-Troedel.jpg|thumb|200px|''Aborigines on [[Merri Creek]]'' by [[Charles Troedel]]]]
The area around [[Port Phillip]] and the [[Yarra River|Yarra]] valley, on which the city of [[Melbourne]] now stands, was the home of the [[Kulin]] people, an alliance of several language groups of [[Indigenous Australians]], whose ancestors had lived in the area for an estimated 31,000 to 40,000 years.<ref>Gary Presland, ''The First Residents of Melbourne's Western Region'', (revised edition), Harriland Press, 1997. ISBN 0646331507. Presland says on page 1: "There is some evidence to show that people were living in the Maribyrnong River valley, near present day Keilor, about 40,000 years ago."</ref> At the time of European settlement the population of [[Indigenous Australian|indigenous inhabitants]] was estimated to under 20,000.<ref name="rbg.vic.gov.au">[http://www.rbg.vic.gov.au/__data/page/1062/Indig.pdf ]{{Dead link|date=June 2010}}</ref> who were [[hunter-gatherer]]s from three tribes: the [[Wurundjeri]], [[Bunurong|Boonwurrung]] and [[Wathaurong]].<ref>Gary Presland, ''Aboriginal Melbourne: The Lost Land of the Kulin People'', Harriland Press (1985), Second edition 1994, ISBN 0-9577004-2-3. This book describes in some detail the archaeological evidence regarding aboriginal life, culture, food gathering and land management, particularly the period from the flooding of Bass Strait and Port Phillip from about 7–10,000 years ago, up to the European colonisation in the nineteenth century.</ref>
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The area around [[Port Phillip]] and the [[Yarra River|Yarra]] valley, on which the city of [[Melbourne]] now stands, was the home of the [[Kulin]] people, an alliance of several language groups of [[Indigenous Australians]], whose ancestors had lived in the area for an estimated 31,000 to 40,000 years.<ref>Gary Presland, ''The First Residents of Melbourne's Western Region'', (revised edition), Harriland Press, 1997. ISBN 0646331507. Presland says on page 1: "There is some evidence to show that people were living in the Maribyrnong River valley, near present day Keilor, about 40,000 years ago."</ref> At the time of European settlement the population of [[Indigenous Australian|indigenous inhabitants]] was estimated to under 20,000.<ref name="rbg.vic.gov.au">[http://www.rbg.vic.gov.au/__data/page/1062/Indig.pdf ]{{Dead link|date=June 2010}}</ref> who were [[hunter-gatherer]]s from three tribes: the [[Wurundjeri]], [[Bunurong|Boonwurrung]] and [[Wathaurong]].<ref>Gary Presland, ''Aboriginal Melbourne: The Lost Land of the Kulin People'', Harriland Press (1985), Second edition 1994, ISBN 0-9577004-2-3. This book describes in some detail the archaeological evidence regarding aboriginal life, culture, food gathering and land management, particularly the period from the flooding of Bass Strait and Port Phillip from about 7–10,000 years ago, up to the European colonisation in the nineteenth century.it was told these people were the love tribe. bringing sexual impacts toward other animals like chickens being the canibal tribe. </ref>
   
 
The area was an important meeting place for the clans of the [[Kulin]], as well as a vital source of food and water.<ref name="settlement">{{cite web | title = Foundation of the Settlement |work = History of the City of Melbourne | publisher = [[City of Melbourne]] | year = 1997 | url = http://www.melbourne.vic.gov.au/AboutMelbourne/History/Pages/SettlementtoCity.aspx | accessdate = 13 July 2010}}</ref><ref name="merrimerri">Isabel Ellender and Peter Christiansen, ''People of the Merri Merri. The Wurundjeri in Colonial Days'', Merri Creek Management Committee, 2001 ISBN 0-9577728-0-7</ref> The Kulin lived by fishing, hunting and gathering, and made a good living from the rich food sources of Port Phillip and the surrounding grasslands.<ref>Gary Presland, ''Aboriginal Melbourne: The Lost Land of the Kulin People'', Harriland Press (1985), Second edition 1994, ISBN 0957700423. This book describes in some detail the archeological evidence regarding aboriginal life, culture, food gathering and land management, particularly the period from the flooding of Bass strait and Port Phillip from about 7-10,000 years ago up to the European colonisation in the nineteenth century.</ref>
 
The area was an important meeting place for the clans of the [[Kulin]], as well as a vital source of food and water.<ref name="settlement">{{cite web | title = Foundation of the Settlement |work = History of the City of Melbourne | publisher = [[City of Melbourne]] | year = 1997 | url = http://www.melbourne.vic.gov.au/AboutMelbourne/History/Pages/SettlementtoCity.aspx | accessdate = 13 July 2010}}</ref><ref name="merrimerri">Isabel Ellender and Peter Christiansen, ''People of the Merri Merri. The Wurundjeri in Colonial Days'', Merri Creek Management Committee, 2001 ISBN 0-9577728-0-7</ref> The Kulin lived by fishing, hunting and gathering, and made a good living from the rich food sources of Port Phillip and the surrounding grasslands.<ref>Gary Presland, ''Aboriginal Melbourne: The Lost Land of the Kulin People'', Harriland Press (1985), Second edition 1994, ISBN 0957700423. This book describes in some detail the archeological evidence regarding aboriginal life, culture, food gathering and land management, particularly the period from the flooding of Bass strait and Port Phillip from about 7-10,000 years ago up to the European colonisation in the nineteenth century.</ref>
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