Stephanie Wilson

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Indigenous Australians at War | Anzac Day | Wartime | www.republicofyou.com.au

Aboriginal Platoon December 1940 Number 9 Camp, Wangaratta photographer unknown Reproduced courtesy of the Australian War Memorial

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

Aboriginal-chains

Camped at the Tom Price lookout , we are really loving the lookouts in these small towns, not only are they free but you get a .

Bringing prisoners to Wyndham for spearing cattle, 1930. Photo Courtesy State Library of Western Australia, The Battye Library

Paints a pretty bleak picture of our history Bringing prisoners to Wyndham for spearing cattle, Photo Courtesy State Library of Western Australia, The Battye Library

Men preparing for corroboree Date taken:01 January 1930. Collection:Charles Micet Collection. Description:Men preparing for cooroboree, man using Kapok stick to decorate.

Men preparing for corroboree Date January Collection:Charles Micet Collection. Description:Men preparing for cooroboree, man using Kapok stick to decorate.

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.       ...

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

This photograph was one of many that inspired the movie "10 Canoes". "Goose egg hunters poling themselves through the Arafura swamp. Photograph 1937. From Donald Thomson in Arnhem Land by Donald Thomson, 1983.

This photograph was one of many that inspired the movie Canoes". "Goose egg hunters poling themselves through the Arafura swamp. Photograph From Donald Thomson in Arnhem Land by Donald Thomson,

Culture Victoria - Aboriginal man, standing next to a tree,whole-length, full face, holding broad shield

Early photographs - Indigenous Victorians Aboriginal man, standing next to a tree,whole-length, full face, holding broad shield.