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Aborigines of Australia

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A Room for Aboriginal Australia

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A Room for Aboriginal Australia. CIMRA - An Exhibit organised by a former hunting/gathering people, by Europeans , in support of Aboriginal Australians. > Much expansion is planned for the exhibition in this room. The initial exhibits are as follows:- Australia before the Europeans How the holocaust ideology was practiced in Australia. Nipper Tabagee remembered the Massacres. The Women's Sacred Places at Uluru. Wild Diamonds and Ancient Culture. RTZ and the Great Aluminium Robbery (Note. Material on the struggle of indigenous minorities elsewhere can be found here. ) To the Front Page of the Web Inquirer -> To Contact Jani Roberts Read More
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Aboriginal Art Culture and Tourism Australia

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<b>HOME PAGE</b> English French German Italian Spanish About Us Our History Our Vision Tour Intro Our Tours Our Country Central Australia Top End Contact Us <b>OUR CULTURE</b> Aboriginal Australia Arrernte Arrernte Tribal Group Our Family System Languages Hunting / Gathering Religion Ceremony Art & Music Arrerente Dictionary Dreamtime Intro Dreamtime Meaning Dreamtime Chart Aboriginal Flag <b>OUR ART</b> Art Intro Traditional Art Contemporary Art Central Australian Art Aboriginal Artists Dreamtime Symbols <b>MUSIC / DIDGERIDOO</b> Music Intro Songs of the Dreamtime Ceremony The Songman Dance Instruments Aboriginal Rock Art Didgeridoo Intro What is a didge? Traditional Use How to Play Didgeridoo Buy a Didgeridoo <b>DOWNLOADS</b> Cu Read More
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Aboriginal Culture for Health Workers

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Contents back to start 01 Why aren't people more friendly.. 02 Why aren't they more hygeinic... 03 ...but they don't control their kids.. 04 They're not very hospitable, are they... 05 How come they like her more than they like me... 06 What's so bad about a kid going to hospital... 07 What's this 'mens business' all about... 08 Can't my patient have some Privacy... 09 Why do they alway ASK for things... 10 they're very much like children, aren't they.. 11 Don't they know what time it is.... 12 Why can't they talk to each other... 13 Teenage boys behave differently, don't they... 14 Treating dead peoples names with respect... 15 She's having a baby - isn't she? 16 Won't take his medicine... 17 Healers - or Witchdoctors? 18 You took all your tablets in one day!!! 19 ..dates and numbers ... Read More
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Aboriginal Fine Arts Gallery

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Paintings Central Desert Arnhemland Bark Paintings Consignment Artists Aboriginal Culture Artifacts Surf other Sites Notice Board Aboriginal Fine Arts Gallery Paintings by Some of Australia's Most Prominent Aboriginal Artists A walk through the gallery Australian Aboriginal art is the oldest living art tradition in the world, with paintings in rock shelters dating back 20,000 years. The art includes naturalistic paintings of human, plant and animal figures, as well as non-naturalistic, or "abstract" designs with concentric circles, "u" shapes, and lines. The naturalistic style, predominant in Arnhem Land in northern Australia, is often characterised by "X-ray" art, where the internal organs of animals are depicted. The abstract style, predominant in central Australia, originates from sacre Read More
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Aboriginal Plant Use in South-eastern Australia Home Page

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Australian National Botanic Gardens Home > ANBG > Education > Aboriginal S.E. Aust Aboriginal Plant Use in South-Eastern Australia This web-site contains detailed notes and a bibliography on plants used by Aboriginal peoples of south-eastern Australia. The plants can be seen at the Australian National Botanic Gardens on the track shown on the map on the next page. The plants are numbered and named. The web-site is based on a booklet produced by the Gardens' Education Service. Continue Australian National Botanic Gardens - Education Service Read More
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AIATSIS - Home

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Text Only View About | Search | Contact | Site Map | FAQs | Web links | Glossary more about us Media Releases Publications Events Stanner Award Job vacancies Contracts available Budget 2007/08 ASP Home ASP News Find a book Aboriginal Aust. Map Ordering For Authors/ Permissions Contact Us Search ASP FAQs jukurrpa_d_and_c.gif jukuurpa_calendar.jpg jukuurpa_diary.gif About us Using the Collections Donating Material Policy Manual Archiving Advice Contact Us Library Catalogue Using the Library Our Collections Online Exhibitions Family History Unit Subject Guides / Bibliographies Web Links Native Title Grants Events Publications Projects Contact us © AIATSIS 2005 | Copyright | Feedback | Disclaimer | Privacy | Access | Text Only View Read More
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Ausflag - Aboriginal Flag

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Flag Adopted: 14 July 1995 (in use since 12 July 1971) Flag Proportion: 2:3 The Aboriginal Flag was designed by HaroldThomas , an artist and anAboriginal, in 1971. The flag was designed to be an eye-catchingrallying symbol for the Aboriginal people and a symbol of their race andidentity. The black represents the Aboriginal people, the red the earthand their spiritual relationship to the land, and the yellow the sun, thegiver of life. In the late 1960s, Aborigines stepped up their campaign for indigenous landrights through protest marches, demonstrations, banners and posters. Theprotests increased in the early 1970s and Harold Thomas noticed they wereoften outnumbered by non-Aborigines with their own banners and placards. Hedecided they needed to be more visible and the idea of th Read More
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Australian Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission homepage

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Skip to content Search Site navigation About Complaints Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Age Discrimination Disability Rights Human Rights Race Discrimination Sex Discrimination Education Legal Research & Resources Change font size: 2007 Human Rights Awards Shortlist Judges have now finalised the shortlist for the 2007 Human Rights Award categories of Law, Community (Individual and Community), Arts Non-Fiction, Print Media, Television and Radio. The winners will be announced at the awards ceremony on Monday, 10 December. - See the shortlist here . - Get your tickets to the Awards ceremony here About HREOC Working towards an Australian society where the human rights of all are respected, protected and promoted. More about HREOC General information Phone: 02 9284 9600 Compl Read More
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Australian languages

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Last changed 13 November 2007 Australian languages The best collection of links relating to Australian languages is in the WWW VL - Aboriginal Languages of Australia , and includes for instance the AIATSIS Aboriginal Studies Electronic Data Archive (ASEDA) catalogue (note supplement). AIATSIS Language Bibliographies are the best; and for current material see also the lists of the Recent Publications section of the Oceania Newsletter of the Centre for Pacific Studies, Radboud Univ., Nijmegen. workshops 28-30 March 2008 Australianist Weekend , Australian National University, Kioloa – proposals due 1 February 2008 3rd and 4th December 2007 Workshop on the Phonetics and Phonology of Australian Languages , La Trobe University 27 October 2007 European Australianists Workshop , MPI, Nijmege Read More
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corringie settlement

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Complimentary site hosting by west.com.au - email: go@west.com.au Guest Book- An introduction to The Corringie Settlement Aborigines living in a remote area in WA Australia. SORRY NOTICE There has been another death in the extended Isaacs Family. YALURITJA CLARRIE ISAACS, Vic's cousin and subsequent Nyungah elder and Custodian of the Busselton and Margaret River area died 26 Nov 2003. http://www.west.com.au/clarrie Joan & Vic Isaacs The Founders of Wilja Hostel Corringie Settlement. Dean &Vanessa (2ndIC) Corringie Settlement Website Produced by Vic Isaacs Aboriginal Elder 1998 Internet http://www.wilja.asn.au Email yebble@wilja.asn.au The Corringie Settlement Website is a 'work in progress' site it is not finished yet and is being updated all the time, when I have the time. No part of this Read More
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Land of Oz

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Herberton State Schools's Australiana Page The following articles have been produced by the students of Herberton Primary and Secondary to let people around the world know about some of the great things we have in Australia. By Trevor Scott, Peter Relph and the students of Herberton State School, Queensland, Australia Read More
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Northern Land Council

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Representing Aboriginal people across the Top End of Australia's Northern Territory WARNING Home Page : Search : Site Map : Permits An Overview : About the NLC : Jobs : Media/Publications Caring for Country : Land & Sea Rights : Visiting Aboriginal Land Doing Business on Aboriginal Land : Contacts : Photo Gallery © Northern Land Council 2003 : Disclaimer : Privacy CLICK HERE to increase text size Web Site Design : Claire Pallant Design 2002 Read More
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Reconciliation

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Reconciliation Australia is the body established to provide a continuing national focus for reconciliation following the end of the Council for Aboriginal Reconciliation in December 2000. This site contains all the documents and history of the Council for Aboriginal Reconciliation for the ten-year period of their existence to December 2000. Read More
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Use of Insects by Australian Aborigines, Cultural Entomology Digest 1

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by Dr. Ron Cherry Reproduced, with permission, from ESA American Entomologist (32: 8-13) Lorraine Lamothe Rug Art For more than 40,000 years before European navigators visited the shores of the Great South Land, Aborigines occupied Australia, including its arid deserts, tropical rainforests, coastal plains, mountains, and especially its major river systems. Estimates by anthropologists put the population of Australian Aborigines before 1770 at more than 300,000. They spoke 500 different languages grouped in thirty-one related language families. Aborigines were completely at home in their surroundings and had no trouble "living off the land." This was mainly because of their intimate knowledge of the topography and natural resources of their tribal territories, and their complete understand Read More
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Skip Navigation | ANU Home | Search ANU | ANU College of Science | Directories The Fenner School of Environment and Society ANU College of Science The Fenner School Home Welcome More Information Contact Us Study @ Fenner School Overview Undergraduates Honours Postgraduates Fact Sheets & Handbooks Careers Research @ Fenner School People Academic Staff General Staff Visiting Fellows Postgraduate Students Publications Papers Books Reports Occasional Papers Software & Datasets Yearbooks News & Events News Seminars Events Fenner School Web Sites Current web sites Archival web sites Associated ANU Web Sites ANU Insititute for Environment ANU Biodiversity Initiative ANU Climate Change Vulnerability & Adapation Initiative ANU Cultural Practice Initiative ANU Energy Initiative ANU Water Initiative Read More
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WebStories.co.nz

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