AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINES; FIRST PEOPLES; OWNERS.

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Truganini (1812-1876) Tasmanian Aboriginal woman. What did we do to an island's race? Tasmanian Aboriginal, Van Diemen's Land, Australian Aboriginals, Aboriginal History, Black Planet, Australia History, Australian Indigenous, Aboriginal Culture, Australian History
Truganini (1812-1876) Tasmanian Aboriginal woman. What did we do to an island's race?
an old black and white photo of two women in dress, one with her arm around the other's neck
Australian Aboriginal woman and child, Queensland, ca. 1870 [picture].
"A Gin Piccaninny" (old terms for a an Australian Aboriginal woman and an Aboriginal child). Photo taken between 1868 and 1872. Part of Scrapbook, Australia, 1868-1872, collected by C.H. Allen during a journey around the world
an old black and white photo of a man holding a stick
Aboriginal elder in possum skin cloak and woven string bag, with spear. Victoria. late nineteenth century.
Mornington Island headdress | National Museum of Australia Rainbow Serpent, White Couple, Hair Coils, First Peoples, Torres Strait Islander, Aboriginal Artists, Children's Picture Books, Back View, Island Weddings
Mornington Island headdress
Mornington Island headdress | National Museum of Australia
Mornington Island headdress | National Museum of Australia Aboriginal Clothing, Indigenous History
Mornington Island headdress
Mornington Island headdress | National Museum of Australia
a group of people sitting at a table with plates and cups in front of them
Mornington Island headdress
Mornington Island headdress | National Museum of Australia
Mornington Island headdress | National Museum of Australia Australian Boomerangs, Aboriginal Boomerangs, Aboriginal People
Mornington Island headdress
Mornington Island headdress | National Museum of Australia
Ceremonial dancers decorated with paint and traditional costume, 1955.
Mornington Island headdress
Ceremonial dancers decorated with paint and traditional costume, 1955.
three men are sitting in front of some large rocks
News - Genetic Study Links Aboriginal People to Regions of Australia - Archaeology Magazine
mitochondrial DNA obtained from 111 hair samples collected from Aboriginal people in the early twentieth century by anthropologists Norman Tindale of the University of Adelaide and Joseph Birdsell of Harvard University. Its results suggest that after a founding population from New Guinea arrived some 50,000 years ago, the first Australians traveled east and west around the coast and met in South Australia.
an old black and white photo of a man with chains around his neck, wearing a prison uniform
First Australians
Portrait of Bilin Bilin wearing a breast plate around his neck
a heart made out of rocks sitting in the middle of a muddy field with water
Brewarrina, New South Wales
The oldest human constructions in the world - Aboriginal fish traps at Brewarrina, NSW
an old photo of a native american man holding a blanket with the letter g on it
Cumjam, an Aboriginal man accused of murdering Ferguson at Mentana, standing chained by the neck to a tree, Queensland, March 1894. Photographed by Alphonse Chargois