Head Of Yagan - 1833 flac album
Style: Noise, Experimental
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The exhumation of Yagan's head was the result of a geophysical survey and archaeological dig at a grave site in the Everton Cemetery, Liverpool in 1997. Yagan was an indigenous Australian warrior of the Noongar nation who played a key part in early indigenous resistance to European settlement and rule around the area of Perth, Western Australia. He was shot dead by a young settler, James Keates in 1833
Yagan was pursued by the local authorities after he killed Erin Entwhistle, a servant of farmer Archibald Butler. It was an act of retaliation after Thomas Smedley, another of Butler's servants, shot at a group of Noongar people stealing potatoes and fowls, killing one of them. According to the historian Neville Green, Yagan had a wife and two children. A report in the Perth Gazette in 1833 gives the names of his children as "Naral", age 9, and "Willim", age 11; however, most other sources state that the warrior was unmarried and childless.
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Yagan's head, which had been smoked for preservation, was taken by an Ensign, Robert Dale travelling with Irwin. On the 1st of September 1997, a delegation of Elders brought Yagan’s head or ‘kaat’ back to Noongar country. It was "reburied in a Memorial Park in the Swan Valley
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Date of experience: February 2019. On July 11, 1833, Yagan approached shepherds that he knew. He asked but one thing: " Can you give me some flour. The shepherds knew that there was a reward on him.
Yagan (c. 1795–11 July 1833) was a Noongar warrior who played an important part in early indigenous Australian resistance to European settlement and rule in the area of Perth, Western Australia. Yagan was the son of Midgigoroo, one of the elders of the tribe who lived in the Perth area. Yagan was blamed for spearing cattle near the Swan River. There were not many cattle in the new colony and food was scarce.
- Noises [Drillnoise, Uncredited] – Martin Gut
- Noises [Uncredited] – Markus Marte, Wolfram Reiter
- Voice [Uncredited], Electronics [Uncredited] – Thomas Kuschny
NotesRecorded in June 1999
Credits taken from the band's website