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History of Perth, Western Australia The area of Perth contains the Whadjuk people , who are one of several groups in south-western Western Australia which make up the Noongar people. Indigenous Australians have inhabited the Perth area for at least 38, years, as evidenced by archaeological remains at Upper Swan. The Noongar people occupied the southwest corner of Western Australia and lived as hunter-gatherers. The wetlands on the Swan Coastal Plain were particularly important to them, both spiritually featuring in local mythology and as a source of food. Boorloo formed part of the territory of the Mooro , a Noongar clan, which at the time of British settlement had Yellagonga as their leader. The Whadjuk themselves were one of a larger group of fourteen tribes that formed the south-west socio-linguistic block known as the Noongar meaning "the people" in their language , also sometimes called the Bibbulmun.
History[ edit ] The town was established as a military settlement in , shortly after the War of The settlement of Lanark County began in In that year "the Settlement forming on the Rideau River" as it was officially referred to and which soon became known as "Perth Military Settlement" began to function under Military direction. Several townships were surveyed to facilitate the location of farms for military and other settlers; and the site of the future Town of Perth, which had been chosen as the headquarters of the Military Establishment was surveyed in William Bell, who arrived in June , noted in his diaries that the settlement was more European than the Scottish settlement described to him.
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