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HISTORY

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What a crime. The Stolen Generation. Young Australian children taken from their families because the were mixed race. They called them Half-Caste, they were placed in orphanages some never to be returned to their families. This practice went on up until Aboriginal History, Aboriginal People, Aboriginal Art, Aboriginal Children, Aboriginal Education, Aboriginal Culture, Interesting History, African American History, History Facts

The Stolen Generation. Young Australian children taken from their families because the were mixed race. They called them Half-Caste, they were placed in orphanages some never to be returned to their families. This practice went on up until 1970.

inland-delta: “May Gibbs, Illustration for Gum-Nut Babies, 1916 ” Fleurs Art Nouveau, Vintage Fairies, Dibujos Cute, Flower Fairies, Woodland Creatures, Fairy Art, Australian Artists, Children's Book Illustration, Book Illustrations

May Gibbs' Nutcote

Peeping Gumnuts. The Gumnut Babies as drawn by May Gibbs, Australian author and illustrator

Truganini and last four Tasmanian Aborigines - Only they are not the last. Aboriginal people are still in Tasmania, but not full-blood. They mostly are white nowadays. Aboriginal History, Aboriginal Culture, Aboriginal People, Aboriginal Man, We Are The World, People Of The World, Modern History, Black History, Australian Aboriginals

Invasion, Theft, Rape, Murder: The Aboriginal Holocaust in Tasmania

BY RUNOKO RASHIDI* DEDICATED TO TRUGANINI To many, the mention of Tasmania evokes humorous recollections of the Tasmanian devil--the voracious

South Australian Aboriginal soldiers of the First World War: 2949 Private Miller Mack of Point McLeay Aboriginal History, Aboriginal People, Aboriginal Culture, World War One, First World, Anzac Day, Interesting History, African American History, First Nations

Anything Goes - Celebrating the 20s

Miller Mack, one of the first Indigenous Australians to serve in the First World War. Indigenous Australians were not allowed to sign up when the war broke out (they were not legally allowed to wear...

When they returned home, Aboriginal servicemen faced the same amount of discrimination or worse than before the war. 18 Powerful Photos Of The Forgotten Indigenous Soldiers Of World War I Aboriginal History, Aboriginal Culture, Aboriginal People, Aboriginal Art, Aboriginal Education, Indigenous Education, Commonwealth, World War I, World History

Studio portrait of 57247 Trooper (Tpr) Horace Thomas Dalton, 11th Light Horse Regiment. Tpr Dalton, of Dunwich, Qld, enlisted on 16 May 1918, and embarked for service overseas aboard HMAT Port ...

Australian Emu Chick held by Aboriginal Girl ~ Photography by Aliastair… Aboriginal History, Aboriginal Culture, Aboriginal People, Aboriginal Art, Aboriginal Children, Antique Photos, Old Photos, Australian Aboriginals, Australian People

Best FREE guide of things to do around Perth, Fremantle & Swan Valley

THE ULTIMATE ONLINE GUIDE to Perth's best locations to visit such as Cottesloe beach, historic Fremantle, Kings Park botanical gardens & Rottnest island marine park. Explore Perth's Swan Valley wine region & bush walking trails at Lesmurdie Falls, all the best activities, scenic locations in Perth & Margaret River WA

In 1901 King Billy and his attendant, Robert, represented Geraldton Aborigines for the Perth visit of the Duke and Duchess of York. Perth newspapers record that Billy "carried around a supply of medals, which he retailed at satisfactory prices" Aboriginal Art Symbols, Aboriginal Man, Aboriginal History, Aboriginal Culture, Aboriginal People, Indigenous Education, Indigenous Art, Australian People, Australian Art

"King Billy", (a Murchison Aboriginal), W. A. [i.e Western Australia], ca. 1900 [picture]

In 1901 King Billy and his attendant, Robert, represented Geraldton Aborigines for the Perth visit of the Duke and Duchess of York. Perth newspapers record that Billy "carried around a supply of medals, which he retailed at satisfactory prices"

Lindsay, Lionel, Sir, King Billy after B. Aboriginal Man, Aboriginal History, Aboriginal Culture, Aboriginal People, Broken Promises, Modern History, Tasmania, First Nations, Vintage Photos

King Billy after B.E. Minns [picture]

Lindsay, Lionel, Sir, 1874-1961. King Billy after B.E. Minns [picture]

Coomee Nulunga, last of the Murramurrang tribe, wearing a gorget Aboriginal History, Indigenous Art, National Museum, Black History, American History, Turtle, Photographs, Survival, Australia

'Last of the Tribe'

Coomee Nulunga, last of the Murramurrang tribe, wearing a gorget

A view of Sydney Harbour, by E. Order Of Draw, Fresh Image, Artist Signatures, British Museum, Colour Images, Historical Photos, Large Prints, Black Backgrounds, Illustrators

A view of Sydney Harbour, 1872 by E.L. Montefiore

A view of Sydney Harbour, (1872) by E.L. Montefiore etching, Art Gallery NSW

Building Sydney Harbour Bridge by A.H. Fullwood (1863–1930) Fullwood worked at John Sands Limited as a lithographic draughtsman and designer, the Picturesque Atlas of Australia, The Sydney Mail and other illustrated papers of the time. He was the Australian official war artist to the 5th Division in the First World War. Sydney Harbour Bridge, Sands, First World, Division, Illustrators, Australia, War, History, Building

Building Sydney Harbour Bridge by A.H. Fullwood (1863–1930) Fullwood worked at John Sands Limited as a lithographic draughtsman and designer, the Picturesque Atlas of Australia, The Sydney Mail and other illustrated papers of the time. He was the Australian official war artist to the 5th Division in the First World War.

This advertising poster was created by James Northfield for Australia's first biscuit company, Swallow and Ariell. Northfield created advertising posters that were based around pictures rather than text, giving them a lasting appeal. Vintage Advertising Posters, Vintage Travel Posters, Vintage Advertisements, Vintage Ads, Vintage Signs, Advertising Ads, Vintage Labels, Vintage Magazines, Vintage Prints

This 1920s advertising poster was created by James Northfield for Australia's first biscuit company, Swallow and Ariell. Northfield created advertising posters that were based around pictures rather than text, giving them a lasting appeal.