Today in Australian History  - 1 June - Pemulwuy, Killed and behead over land rights. Pemulwuy was the leader and a warrior of the Bidjigal people, who started to show his resistance at the arrival of the first fleet settlement in Australia in 1788  Read more and find out what happen to his missing head. Click on photo for more and **please share.

An aborigine named, Pemulwuy, was killed and behead over land rights. Pemulwuy was the leader and a warrior of the Bidjigal people, from western Sydney who started to show his resistance at the arrival of the first fleet settlement in Australia in 1788

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In Sydney, Australia, a cameraman filmed a man celebrating Japan's surrender. The clip and its stills have taken on iconic status in Australian history and culture, and symbolize victory in the war. http://www.faith-theology.com/2010_06_01_archive.html

In Sydney, Australia, a cameraman filmed a man celebrating Japan's surrender. The clip and its stills have taken on iconic status in Australian history and culture, and symbolize victory in the war.

The wonderful Australian Building, cnr Elizabeth St and Flinders Lane, possibly the tallest in the world for a short time in 1889

The wonderful Australian Building, cnr Elizabeth St and Flinders Lane, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia - possibly the tallest in the world for a short time in 1889

Historic Elizabeth Street in B & W

Historic Elizabeth Street in B & W : Nostalgia Board - Melbourne, Victorian & Australian Architecture Topics

Marion and Walter Burley Griffin, Women with plans: Australian history forum focus on architects and planners

Marion Griffin (February 1871 – August was an American architect and artist. She was one of the first licensed female architects in the world, and is considered an original member of the Prairie School

Australian Women's History

The Australian Presbyterian Mission was established in Busan, South Korea in the early by three women missionaries: Belle Menzies Bessie Moore and Agnes Brown

Today In Australian History - 10 March - The Reverend Samuel Marsden, who became known colloquially as the 'Flogging Parson', arrives in the New South Wales penal colony. Click on photo for more

The Reverend Samuel Marsden, who became known colloquially as the 'Flogging Parson', arrives in the New South Wales penal colony.

Three Die In Helicopter Crash on British Pathé

Three Die In Helicopter Crash on British Pathé

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