William Lanne (c 1835-1869) was the last full-blooded Aboriginal Tasmanian man. In 1842 Lanne was captured along with his family during the "Black War" taken to the Aboriginal camp on Flinders Island. He was 7 years old.

William Lanne (also known as King Billy or William Laney) (c. 1835 – 3 March was a Tasmanian Aborigine. He is most well known as the last full-blooded Aboriginal Tasmanian man.

Kakadu National Park, Australia....an aboriginal cave painting of some of their creation gods. Aboriginese, believe that all things are living and even though the rock art is miles from one site, to another, it is all one story. We look, as if we are in a museum, one by one, but not so with the people long ago and now.

an aboriginal cave painting of some of their creation gods. Aboriginese, believe that all things are living and even though the rock art is miles from one site, to another, it is all one story.

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The out going Australian Currency. Australia changed to Decimal Currency on the February 1966 - v

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A rare photograph of sand painting in The photo depicts Warumungu men wearing ceremonial body paint. Sand painting was created for specific rituals and then destroyed afterward

Richard L'Anson - ABORIGINAL ROCK ART PAINTING OF A WHITE KANGAROO AT KARBENADJARLNGLAWE, KUDJEKBINJ, AUSTRALIA

Aboriginal Rock Art Painting of a White Kangaroo at Karbenadjarlnglawe, Kudjekbinj, Australia Photographic Print

Albert Namatjira charged because he shared a Christmas bottle of wine with a relative. Namatjira, who was made an Australian citizen, was allowed to drink, but his relative, who was (like most Aboriginal people) a ward of the NT state, could not have a drink. The Argus (Melbourne, Vic.), Friday 24 December 1954, page 1, 5

Albert Namatjira charged because he shared a Christmas bottle of wine with a relative. Namatjira, who was made an Australian citizen, was allowed to drink, but his relative, who was (like most Aboriginal people) a ward of the NT state, could not have a drink. The Argus (Melbourne, Vic.), Friday 24 December 1954, page 1, 5

"No Vote, but Albert Namatjira May Have To Pay Tax" Northern Standard (Darwin, NT), Friday 25 April 1947, page 3

"No Vote, but Albert Namatjira May Have To Pay Tax" Northern Standard (Darwin, NT), Friday 25 April page 3

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