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The forgotten war that led to Port Phillip's first public executions

ABC Radio National presents forgotten histories of the First Australians. Nov 2014 about the early colonisation of Melbourne.

The Black War 1828–1832 in which the black aboriginals of Tasmania were reduced from about five thousand to less than seventy five

The Black War in which the black aboriginals of Tasmania were reduced from about five thousand to less than seventy five

The Black War refers to the period of conflict between British colonists and Tasmanian Aborigines in the early nineteenth century. Mass killings of Tasmanian Aborigines were reported as having occurred as part of the Black War in Van Diemen's Land. In combination with epidemic impacts of introduced Eurasian infectious diseases, to which the Tasmanian Aborigines had no immunity, the conflict had such impact on the Tasmanian Aboriginal population that they were reported to have been…

The Black War refers to the period of conflict between British colonists and…

Govenor Lachlan Maquarie N.S.W History. He established Windsor, Ebenezer and the three other "Macquarie Towns" on the Hawkesbury

Govenor Lachlan Maquarie N. He established Windsor, Ebenezer and the three other "Macquarie Towns" on the Hawkesbury

Sharing our stories, contains both spoken and multimodal Aboriginal dreaming stories.

Listens to Aboriginal stories and songs and views Aboriginal artworks and dance. 6 Aboriginal Dreaming stories told by children - audio and video

Utopia (2013) - By John Pilger

Utopia - By John Pilger

It is relatively well known that the Palawa community of Tasmania is mostly descended from the Aboriginal Tasmanian women who sealers took to the Bass Strait Islands in the early nineteenth century. But few people know that sealers also took Tasmanian women to Kangaroo Island, establishing a cross-cultural community before the settlement of South Australia. Aboriginal Tasmanian descendants are still living on Kangaroo Island today and this book is their story.

Aboriginal and Indigenous :: Unearthed

CLARK GABLE “tall, dark and handsome” actor didn’t hide his Black & Native American heritage

These Historical Figures Were Black?!

CLARK GABLE - Said to be the original “tall, dark and handsome” actor. Worth noting, that when he saw “colored” and “white” bathrooms on the set of Gone With The Wind, he refused to continue working until all of the cast members were treated equally.

In the Burragorang

In the Burragorang

Captain Arthur Phillip who led the First Fleet to Australia in 1788. He established the penal colony that was to become Sydney and served as the first Governor of New South Wales from 1788 to 1792.

Captain Arthur Phillip who led the First Fleet to Australia in He established the penal colony that was to become Sydney and served as the first Governor of New South Wales from 1788 to

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 are just 10 of Australia’s darkest secrets. By Guest Writer Pemulwuy

10 Dark Secrets Australia Doesn’t Want You To Know

10 Dark Secrets Australia Doesn’t Want You To Know - Concentration Camps - Copy

governor macquarie - Google Search

Governor of NSW [of which the penal settlement at Moreton Bay was a part]

The last four Tasmanian Aborigines, photographed ca 1860. How is this…

A picture of the last four "full blooded" Tasmanian Aborigines c. Truganini, the last to survive, is seated at far right.

Black War: The Destruction of the Tasmanian Aborigines

Black War: The Destruction of the Tasmanian Aborigines - ModernGhana.com
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