Questions related to the history of the Aboriginal people of Australia.
Questions related to the history of the Aboriginal people of Australia.
The Australian aboriginal people wore no clothes.
With tree wood and leaves
yes very popular because you can tell stories and painting with them
on ceremonies and more
They formed an alliance with the First Nations people so they could trick them into selling them their land for a low amount of money.
Europeans killed many indigenous Australians or stole their land. They were discriminated against.
Wherever the tribesmen of other tribes who stole them took them to.
they wear very little clothing
Because Australia was THEIR land before the invasion of 'white' men !
Uluru, also called Ayers Rock, is a red sandstone dome about 3 kilometers in diameter, and rises as high as 348 meters (1142 feet) above the surrounding plain. It is located in the southern region of Australia's Northern Territory, about 160 km ENE of the triple boundary with Western Australia and South Australia.
The following 19 native languages are spoken in Canada: Abernaquie Algonquin Beaver Bella Coola Blackfoot Blood Cree Gros Ventur Haidi Inuvik Kootenay MicMac Mohawk Nootka Ojibway Pigenese Salish Sarcree Tlinkin
Australian Aborigines had a strong oral tradition for the transmission of stories and laws. The tribesmen would learn this information from the elders through constant repetition and discussion. If there was a question about whether the law was violated, the question would be brought to the elders who would make a ruling in accordance with the laws that they had learned from their elders.
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Despite multiculturalism policies implemented by the the relationship between white Australians and Aborigines today is still an uneasy one. The Aborigines suffer lower standards of health and education compared their white counterparts.
These items were; kangaroo skin wombat skin possum skin
The term of "shaped" would generally rule out the Aborigine peoples. That would be the answer to "who were the native peoples of Australia. With that being said, the prisoner colony there, taking with them a good deal of British government practices and British culture, could be said to have helped "shape" Australia.
General personal questions should be okay, such as 'Where do you sleep at night, How many in your family, Do you get along well with your family members, Do you have any pets", etc...
it is plotted down to the bottom of the ocean with food in it so you just wait until you see the fishes are trapped in the trap!!
They didn't a lot of times. Ate it raw.
The noun 'aboriginal' is a singular, common, concrete noun; a word for the inhabitant (human, animal, or plant) of a place from the earliest times; a word for a person or a thing. The word 'aboriginal' is also an adjective.
The word 'aboriginal' is both an adjective and a noun. The noun 'aboriginal' is a word for someone belonging to one of the indigenous peoples of Australia; a word for a person.
The women job was to gather things and the men job is to hunt things
An Aboriginal American is a member of descendant of the first immigrants to North America.
Aboriginal weapons were made of stone, plant products, and wood.
The Australians took the aborigines land for the same reasons the U.S. took over the native American's land. They wanted it.
settling the Kentucky game preserve starved them out. the 7 year game cycle ment that they starved or robbed wagon trains in the lean years.
Cricket was a popular past-time in Australia in the early 1900s, and many games were played in the road outside suburban houses, as well as out in country towns. Picnics were a regular occurrence, with church groups, families or local townspeople often heading out together in horses and sulkies to a popular picnic spot near a creek or river. Children would go fishing for fun or food. Rabbit-shooting and the shooting of native animals was… Read More
They had no rights, the Aboriginals fought for Australia even though they did not have the right under the Australian constitution to be citizens. This situation was not adjusted until about 18 years later.
Aboriginals were soldier during the war and they also patroled the Australia's nothern regoins on behalf of the military. some aborigines served in the army during the war eventhough they did not qualify for citizenship others helped patrol Australia's vast northern shores.
Depends on how do you want to be looked on.
This may seem confusing, but I'll try. When you collect data from a sample, you have to determine if the differences you found is so great that it is statistically significant in the population (whole). Differences will occur in data, but if they are not considered significant they are not useful. You would run certain inferential tests to see if something is significant. The test you run depends on the type of data you collect.
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Well different people do their makeup differnet ways... But usually the eye makeup (eyeliner, mascara, eye shadow) goes on the eye area,(The mascara goes on the eye lashses). The lip makep like lipgloss, lipstick, and lipliner, go on your lips... Its not that difficult, just look at pictures with people wearing makeup (magazines) and you'll get the idea. The colors and tones of the things you would wear also depend on your skin tone and… Read More
actually you can know how many there are, officially at least, even wikipedia has a quite reputable list going... i'm working on a 'world instruments music project' and at this point the best i can tell 'officially' there's between 1,500 and 2,000 instruments - with traditional 'classical instruments' only making up about 300 to 400 of those... YOU CANNOT POSSIBLE KNOW HOW MANY,THERE IS NO ANSWER.WITH SO MANY DIFFERENT CULTURES, RELIGiONS,TRIBES IT WOULD BE IMPOSSIBLE… Read More
I'm an Australian Aboriginal. We tend to use the word 'mob' for both our extended and immediate family. For verification, check out this Wikipedia article: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Australian_Aboriginal_English#Mob JuniperVi
Exactly when the noh mask came into being is not entirely clear however it is believed that masks, and their names still used today, were developed from the mid to latter part of the Muromachi period (1392-1573). Previous to that time, the mask conventions were not entirely set and masks themselves had stronger religious connotations. It was during the Muromachi period that the religious significance of the masks began to wane and they took on… Read More
Mainly in Sydney and Melbourne, but there are also smaller populations in Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide and elsewhere. After the fall of Saigon, South Vietnam, in 1975, there was a migration of Vietnamese refugees to Australia. They settled mostly in Sydney and Melbourne. In Sydney they live mostly in the suburbs of Bankstown and Cabramatta. In Melbourne they live mostly in the suburbs of Springvale and Sunshine.
they would see if animals were eating it
Yes, there's heaps and heaps of aboriginials that have made a huge inmpact. like Ernie Dingo, or Cathy Freeman, or even Mandawuy yunipimgu who wrote "TREATY." I can't see the world without aboriginals, can you?
its tiger woods in golf he gets paid over $80.3 mil
I'm not an aboriginal, But as far as I know the aboriginals that are still using their original traditions today Don't take photographs or view them. And as far as I know they believe that its highly disrespectful to view a picture of a person that has died after the photo was taken, Something to do with spiritual resting i think. Anyway, I hope this has helped. The above is most certainly true and also… Read More
Most tools were used for hunting; axes, tomahawks, spears, bows and arrows, blowguns and sometimes they used fire
He removed half-caste children who were orphaned, abandoned and neglected by their own people because they were half-caste's or welfare cases. Station owners/workers on which the Aboriginal people lived would often treat these half-caste children very badly. Neville 'took' these children, often with the blessing from their parents who were often unfit to bring them up (if they were still around) and placed them in camps which could provide them with education, training, food and… Read More
I don't know the author's name, but I remember my younger brother memorizing it in elementary school as: Excuses, excuses, excuses! Excuses are tools of incompetence that build monuments of nothingness. Those who specialize in them, accomplish nothing at all, but excuses, excuses, excuses. Not as the first responder suggests here: "Excuses are monuments of nothingness, They build bridges to nowhere, Those of us who us these tools of incompetence, Seldom become anything but nothing… Read More
As far as I know America has never arrived in Australia. American troops were stationed in Australia during WW2 because the Japanese bombed Darwin, and American tourists arrive in droves every year, but as a nation the US has never actually "arrived".
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In the history of Australia, this refers to mainly half-caste Aboringinal people who were removed from their parents by the government and missions, mainly between about 1900 and 1970. The forcible removal of the children had many impacts on the children that were removed. To start, a whole generation of aborigines now have no knowledge of their heritage and their culture. Most of the children that were removed did not receive a proper education, resulting… Read More
The word aboriginal means the original or first people to inhabit a certain region. When capitalised it has come to mean the indigenous inhabitants of Australia.
The Aborigine Bennelong was a Koori and a senior man of the Eora people of the Port Jackson area when the First Fleet arrived in Australia, in 1788. He was captured on 25 November 1789, to be used as a mediary between the white and Aboriginal cultures. The Governor of New South Wales, Captain Arthur Phillip, wanted to learn about the language and customs of the indigenous people. Bennelong willingly liaised between the cultures, and… Read More
The screenwriter, and in case someone is credited with "story by", he also gets an award. If it is adapted from a novel, short story, play, another movie (that were released or published) - the author of that source material does not receive an award.
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The first woman was Janne Addams
The Bunurong were a small tribe in the Mornington Peninsula. Before the arrival of the the aborted Collins settlement at Sorrento in 1803, they had been attacked by the Gippsland tribes, losing about half their strength, and then numbered about 300. After the departure of the settlers the same year, they lost a further 20 in inter-tribal warfare, and further numbers to Bass Strait sealers kidnapping women, and introducing smallpox. When William Thomas was appointed… Read More
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Aboriginal means, literally, from [ab] the beginning [origin]. It refers to the first people, or the first flora & fauna to exist in a given area. The Aboriginal peoples of Australia are a good example; they are the first people to occupy the continent of Australia, with continuous and probably un-mixed descent from very roughly 60,000 to 100,000 years ago. The use of this term to describe the original settlers of Australia is going out… Read More
You are right! It's called 'no staying power.' Since the sexual revolution during the 60's there was free love and all that jazz and people simply lived together or traded partners or went to bed as they felt like it. With this freedom came the lack of morality, integrity and sexually transmitted diseases not to mention a lot of single mothers. Some people today don't have the staying power (don't want to try) and find… Read More
Meat in the diet There is increasing evidence that in tropical, savanna, coastal and desert areas diets were meat orientated. Besides those foods mentioned above, other important animal sources such as eggs, frogs, honey ants and some grubs have also been recorded. Plant foods Vegetable foods provided an important supplement rather than an alternative to animal foods. Proportions changed throughout the seasons. A few plant staples were eaten often. These included yams, bush tomatoes, fig… Read More
They viewed the land as their mother whom they believed they came from. The Aboriginals also believed that they belonged to the land and not that the land belonged to them.
what is the migration patterns in england?
The Red Centre, Centralia, the Outback, the Desert, take your pick. The Red Centre, Centralia, the Outback, the Desert, take your pick.
It depends on how good the Quality Control department is in your hypothetical factory. I could only hope that the average parent would treat raising their children with the same care most good manufacturers treat their own little babies.
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After the European settlement, Aboriginal People were subjected to policies of dispossessio in a bid to the eventual demise of their race and culture. Because of this Aboriginies were driven of their land and lots of them got sick from the measals and chickenpox due to lack of immunity. Without enough people to remain self-suffiecient or to sustain complex religious and culutral practices, many tribes became extinct. Eventually, due to this, many aboriginal converted to… Read More
I'm pretty sure they're made out of real hair and something else!
Chop down all the redwoods and something will be unnaturally taken from this earth changing her harmony of natural selection. I CAMPED 6 MONTHS IN A RED WOOD TREE FIGHT FOR THE DEFENSLESS, I WAS ALSO ARESSTED FOR THAT ACTION AND HAVE NO REGRETS. THIS PARTICULAR SPECIES ARE THOUSANDS OF YEARS OLD..NOTHING EXISTS LIKE THIS ANY-WHERE ON THIS PLANET.PLEASE CHERISH THIS GIFT AND TAKE SOME PRIDE THAT THEY BELONG TO YOU AS WELL AS ME...THEY… Read More
Before the British colonization, there were 600-700 of the Aboriginal tribes.
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They got the vote in 1960. And so on... it was a happy moment!!
i know what year it was the year of 1967
The colors on the Swedish flag mean: Yellow - Generosity Blue - Vigilance, Truth, Loyalty, Perseverance and Justice Answer The Colours are believed to be derived from the Coat of Arms of Sweden, the flag modelled on the Danish flag which Sweden gained independence from. The Coat of arms came into being in the 15th century under King Charles Knutsson. According to myth Eric IX (the Saint/Holy/Lawgiver) saw a yellow cross in the sky as… Read More
An Australian is someone who is an Australian citizen.
Africa. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hippopotamus Africa. And, it kills more people evey year than tigers do!
Easy, they gave the Europeans knowledge of medicine, and plants. They also gave the Europeans knowledge of Geography, and gave them food.
some of the things that The Iroquois used to build their homes with are: Mud, rope, wood and leaves.
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Through the harvesting of herbs traditionally used for medical purposes. Of course, in some cases they allow the bodies immune system to heal itself. When it needs a helping hand, they use plants to pride the body with natural stimulants. Sometimes these are made into a tea, and at other times they are burnt, and the sick person will inhale the smoke.
Aboriginal people signed treaties for many reasons. Many of them wanted the benefits of being at peace with the incomers, many were tired of being treated badly, and many wanted to be a citizen.
In English the term aborigine is generally reserved for the autocthonous inhabitants of Australia. For all other indigenous people we use the term aboriginal. ____________________________________________________ That is true, but people generally think of "Aborigines" as Native Australians, and "Indians" as North American peoples. Basically, it's politically correct and easier to describe the Native American peoples of North America as just that.
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the same way as anyone else.
The native Aborigines believed in oneness and interconnectedness with all that live and breathe, even with all that don't deserve to live and breathe. Hope that helps!
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Aboriginal people from what land?
In the past, Aborigines wore very little or nothing at all, even in cold regions such as Tasmania. In colder areas, they might wear kangaroo or possum skins, but mostly they covered themselves with ochre and animal fat. The Aborigines did wear various kinds of personal ornaments such as arm and head bands, necklaces, and bracelets. These were usually made from shells, bones, animal teeth and claws, or bits of feather and fur. Once Europeans… Read More
For a number of reasons. One: Words are cheap. For decades the Australian government has been offering financial benefits to Indigenous Australians that no other Australians were elligible for. These benefits were even extended to people with hardly any indigenous blood. These reparations were made to try and give the Aborigines a "leg-up" and to make ammends for the disenfranchisement that some Indigenous people felt occurred after European settlement. It never seems to be enough… Read More