Eine Australeirfamilie von Neu-Sudwales. - Antique Print Map Room
Scarce German lithograph depicting an aboriginal family at camp. Good detail of implements and weapons. Often incorrectly date earlier but this series was only first published in 1891.
s0180 4420 Brock14A2B Australische Völkertypen Australische Völkertypen.
s0180 4420 Brock14A2B Australische Völkertypen Australische Völkertypen. 1. Fidschi-Insulaner. 2. Tasmanier. 3. Südaustralier. 4. Maori (Neuseeland). 5. Neu-Britannier. 6. Tätowierter Samoa-Insulaner. 7. Neu-Irländer (Buk-Inseln). 8. Karolinen-Insulanerin (Ponape). 9. Admiralitäts-Insulanerin. 10. Tonga-Insulanerin. 11. Neu-Irländerin. 12. Samoa-Insulanerin, Papua. 13. 14. Marschall-Insulaner, Mann, Frau (Jaluit).Brockhaus' Konversations-Lexikon Vierzehnte vollständig neubearbeitete Auflage…
The three biggest myths of the 1967 referendum
Did the 1967 referendum really give Aboriginal people the right to vote? Or citizenship status? Larissa Behrendt busts some myths.
Give My Body to the Birds: The Practice of Sky Burial
Sky burial isn’t a burial at all, of anything. It’s the act of leaving a corpse exposed to the elements, often in an elevated location, and only a few...
Encampment of Blacks, Rockingham Bay, Queensland. - Antique Print Map Room
This rare engraving is from the original edition of The Australasian Sketcher, an illustrated newspaper which was published in Melbourne from 1873 to 1889. It was issued on a monthly basis and included a number of high quality engravings to illustrate the news and article. The reason it was issued on a monthly basis was […]
Men of the 'Never Never land', in totem attire, Australia, 1922. The...
Men of the 'Never Never land', in totem attire, Australia, 1922. The tufted sticks rising from the heads of the men in the second row are in the nature of 'nurtunjas', or totem poles, and have much...
10 Dark Secrets Australia Doesn't Want You To Know
When you think of dream destinations and places you would like to live, many people think of Australia! A beautiful country indeed with a clean image, no wars and a stable society. But scratch the surface and what you will find will shock you. Here is just 10 of Australia's darkest secrets! Please support the fight for justice and Aboriginal Independence at BLACKFULLA REVOLUTION on Facebook: www.facebook.com/ourcountryourchoice
Group of Aboriginals at Dunlop Station homestead, Darling River, New South Wales
Bayliss, Charles, 1850-1897 Title devised by cataloguer based on inscription beneath photograph.; In: Views of scenery on the Darling & Lower Murray during the flood of 1886.; Inscriptions: "Group of Aboriginals, "Dunlop" Station, Darling River"--On label beneath photograph.; "C. Bayliss, photo, Sydney"--Photographer's blind stamp lower left corner.; Also available in electronic version via the Internet at: http//nla.gov.au/nla.pic-vn3968257. Persistent URL nla.gov.au/nla.pic-vn3968257