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Collections & research

At Museums Victoria, we have been building and researching our collections since 1854. Our research, in the fields of science and humanities, uses the museum’s collections and expert staff to further what we know about the social and natural history of Victoria and beyond.

“Wirriji” or hairstring, spun from human hair, is still used in ceremonies among Western Desert people. The string, spun with a simple spindle rolled on the thigh, is surprisingly strong.

Spinning "wirriji" | Aboriginal Arts and Crafts | Central Australia

“Wirriji” or hairstring, spun from human hair, is still used in ceremonies among Western Desert people. The string, spun with a simple spindle rolled on the thigh, is surprisingly strong.

Australian Aborigines

Australian Aborigines

Aboriginal man holding a Ngintaka lizard, 1940 Photograph from the Mountford-Sheard collection. Photograph courtesy of the State Library of South Australia

Aboriginal man holding a Ngintaka lizard, 1940 Photograph from the Mountford-Sheard collection. Photograph courtesy of the State Library of South Australia

 Kempsey had the highest 'No' vote in the country.

1967 referendum campaign. Kempsey had the highest 'No' vote in the country.

 The Center for World Indigenous Studies. A "model paper" is an example of a quality essay, term paper.

Origins

Long have gone are the Old ways and Traditions we must move on using the past as reference to better the decisions of the Future. I am a practising self taught Paleontologist and Archaeologist, My achieved endorsements on http://www.linkedin.com/profile/preview?locale=en_US&trk=prof-0-sb-preview-primary-button must mean that I have most things right with my Research and Collections. Link to my Book Australia an Ancient Past< covering all blogs with Highlighted word links to all subjects…

Aboriginal Prehistory Central Qld Area: Origins A Chip Off The Old Block **

Origins

Long have gone are the Old ways and Traditions we must move on using the past as reference to better the decisions of the Future. I am a practising self taught Paleontologist and Archaeologist, My achieved endorsements on http://www.linkedin.com/profile/preview?locale=en_US&trk=prof-0-sb-preview-primary-button must mean that I have most things right with my Research and Collections. Link to my Book Australia an Ancient Past< covering all blogs with Highlighted word links to all subjects…

Tooth Knocking-Out Ceremony, as an additional, optional initiation into the Rain Totem of the Aranda Tribe. The right upper incisor would be knocked out with a stone. The tooth is thrown toward the initiate's mother's Alcheringa birth place.

Australian Aboriginal Rites of Passage

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C918-0176 Northern Territory Aboriginal prisoners

This image was scanned from a 35mm slide taken by the late Dr John Turner (1933 - 1998), local historian and lecturer. His collection is rich in Australian history and local studies. This image can be used for study and personal research purposes. If you wish to reproduce this image for any other purpose you must obtain permission by contacting the University of Newcastle's Cultural Collections. Please contact us if you are the subject of the image, or know the subject of the image, and have…

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Research guides | naa.gov.au

The National Archives has 2 series of guides to help you find relevant records in our collection. We also have several books on finding records.

Group of Warriors from the tribes west of Hermannsburg, Central Australia

The aboriginals were a strong, healthy people - until the white man arrived .There were 259 tribes . Today they make up 3% of the population .