Ray Kerkhove (PhD, University of Qld) is a professional historian whose main area of interest is the history and culture of Indigenous southern Queensland. For over 30 years he has worked with Aboriginal families, individuals and organisations, supporting their historical and cultural projects. In that capacity, he co-founded ICP Aust Inc, which in 2011 won the National Trust's Governor's Gold Award for promoting Indigenous heritage. Ray's interest in Brisbane campsites began in 1985, assisting Uncle Bob Weatherall of FAIRA with researching the Aboriginal history of Musgrave Park. In recent years, he has written and presented over a dozen reports and peer-reviewed papers on aspects of Indigenous history and culture. His current book is based on over 4 years' research into local archives and libraries, and extensive visits to most sites. Frank Uhr concentrated on The Battle of One Tree Hill and the guerrilla war that raged in the south east, Uhr has written many articles published in RHSQ Journal and other magazines, and also delivered presentations to Universities and Historical Societies across South Eastern Queensland, and now, co-authoring this book, with Ray Kerkhove, titled, The Battle of One Tree Hill. Frank was awarded a Graduate Diploma in 2008, and a MA in History at University of Queensland in December, 2009.