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Aboriginal Australia Aboriginal Australia
Aboriginal connections interviews with indigenous Australians
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Australian aboriginal origins and art Aboriginal society evolved virtually without outside interference until the brutal disruption brought about by the arrival of the English convict ships in 1788
Australian aboriginal people Indigenous Australians are descendants of the first known human inhabitants of the Australian continent and its nearby islands. The term includes both the Torres Strait Islanders and the Aboriginal People, who together make up about 2.5% of Australia's modern population
Aboriginal Ceremonies from the Top End Aboriginal people in the traditional communities of the far north of the Northern Territory still maintain their ancient ceremonies and rituals
Aboriginal Languages of Australia There are more than 200 Australian Indigenous languages. Less than 20 languages are strong, and even these are endangered: the others have been destroyed, live in the memories of the elderly, or are being revived by their communities
Aboriginal oral traditions Aboriginal oral traditions which describe the origin of Australia from ancient times are frequently dramatic, involving great beings and amazing events, however they do contain the essence of the truth
Aboriginal Plant use and Technology pdf file
Aboriginal vocabulary, wordlists, placenames there are more than 200 Australian Indigenous languages, most of which have been destroyed or live in the memories of the elderly; some of these languages are being revived by their communities
Aboriginals Australian institute of aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander studies
Australian aborigines
Australian indigenous population Koori
Bush Tucker Plants or Bush Food Australian native food plants, Australian aborigines selected food which was available and ate it for nutritional purposes
Dharawal people
Indigenious Australia Indigenous Australians are not one group of people, there is not one language or one religious belief. Aboriginal people and Torres Strait Islanders throughout Australia have different thoughts, ideas and beliefs. They belong to living cultures that have survived longer than any other on earth. Today their cultures are a mixture of contemporary and traditional thoughts, ways and practices
Koorie people of the Dandenong-Pakenham region
Loddon aborigines The name, Loddon Aborigines, was first given to the tribes that lived in the Loddon valley and its tributaries, by the early squatters. The tribe are collectively known as the Jajawurrung or Djadja Wurrung people
Minangkabau in Indonesia
Muragadi A guide to manuscript, pictorial and oral history materials relating to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders in the National Library of Australia
Ngadjonji the original inhabitants of the rainforest country around Malanda in Far North Queensland, pdf file
Rarrdjali Yawuru The name Rarrdjali comes from Rarrdjali Point, situated about 50 kilometres north of Broome near Lake Eda. This traditional Yawuru land is still abundant in wildlife today
Stories of the Dreaming Storytelling is an integral part of life for Indigenous Australians. From an early age, storytelling plays a vital role in educating children. The stories help to explain how the land came to be shaped and inhabited; how to behave and why; where to find certain foods
The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Gateway
The Corringie Settlement Aborigines An introduction to The Corringie Settlement Aborigines living in a remote area in WA Australia
What is a Boomerang?
Yarrabah community

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