Lieutenant William Dawes was the first person to stay on land and enter into relations with the local Cadigal people upon the arrival of the First Fleet in 1788. In Lt. Dawes’ journals one can read his catalogue of the local language native to the Sydney cove and in those translations and contextual explanations, the special relationship Dawes held with local woman Patyegarang. Using Dawes’ journals as a basis, Langley is working on a code that makes it easy for people to see the original documents and history of the area, whilst creating an educational and fun way to continue to expand on the translations (from the general public) into other languages and/or depictions.