Following the killing of two police and two settlers by some local Yaburara people, settlers from the Roebourne area killed an unknown number of Yaburara. The number of dead are estimated between 20 to 150. The Government Resident in Roebourne at the time was R. J. Sholl.
- Dyson, Michael R. (2002) Flying Foam Massacre : a grey era in the history of the Burrup Peninsula: British justice or downright vengeful bloody murder. Karratha, W.A. Printed by Karratha CAD Centre
- History of Roebourne
- Sholl Biography in the Australian Dictionary of Biography
- Four Corners - 20 March 2000: Secret White Mens Business
- REGIONAL REPORT OF INQUIRY INTO UNDERLYING ISSUES IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA - 12.9 CURRICULUM CONTENT AND TEACHER TRAINING
- http://web.archive.org/web/20030827052155/http://mc2.vicnet.net.au/home/dampier/shared_files/massacre.pdf Robert G Bednarik 'The Killing fields of Murujuga'