The Aborigines Protection Board reffers to the people in charge of implementing the legislation and laws introduced by the Aborigines Protection Act 1909. This act enabled the board the power to taken Aboriginal children away from their familys and place them in institutions (on missions, reserves and stations) under the guise of 'protection' that is the British government was 'protecting' these children from their families, culture, heritage, lifestyle etc. The act was amended in 1915, the amendments allowed for even more control over the Aboriginal population. The Board no longer needed parental consent to remove children, they were free to come at any time and forcable remove children from their families. The removal of children was not the only thing that the Board (though it was one that had a very large and lasting legacy in the form of many displaced people who retain the scars of a terrorised past, ie 'The Stolen Generation') the board did, they had controll over many other aspects of Aboriginal peoples lives, they controlled peoples wages, marrage, freedom of movement and so on.
Aborigines' Protection Society was created in 1837.
It brought about the togetherness of the chiefs in Gold Coast.
The Pension Protection Fund was founded in the United Kingdom. A Board is designated to manage the fund and make payments to members. The Board is established as a statutory corporation.
There are actually six aboriginal groups of Canada according to the History for Canadians Organization. They are the Arctic Aborigines, Sub Arctic Aborigines, Woodland Aborigines, Plains Aborigines, Plateau Aborigines, and the Coastal Aborigines.
The aborigines, dude. The aborigines.
The first state to have one was Victoria, in 1869
what year did it become compulsory to wear hearing protection at the NCB
This question is probably about Australian aborigines; and will be answered as such: White settlers in Australia behaved badly towards the aborigines. The whites considered the aborigines to be inferior, and expelled them from the land. They carried out a type of genocide, and aborigines were hunted as animals. Aborigines also suffered from the introduction of western diseases.
Brown v. Board of Education, (1954) invoked the Fourteenth Amendment Equal Protection Clause.
The British invaded the Aborigines in 1788.
Never: the Aborigines are still in Australia.
the religion for the Australia Aborigines is dreaming
can anyone tellme where the aborigines came from & about what time bracket can anyone tellme where the aborigines came from & about what time bracket can anyone tellme where the aborigines came from & about what time bracket can anyone tellme where the aborigines came from & about what time bracket SUCK IT
Native Australians are referred to as aborigines.
they were 3,000,000 australian aborigines before the british had arrived
Aborigines and Africans are 2 entirely different people. Aborigines are Australoids, while Africans are Congoids/Capoids.
Harold J. Ashner has written: 'Representing the agency before the Merit Systems Protection Board' -- subject(s): Civil service, United States, United States. Merit Systems Protection Board
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there are many aborigines there are about a few thousand alive in todays society
yes there are 19240 aborigines live in tasmania
Aborigines Advancement League was created in 1957.
Aborigines in White Australia was created in 1974.
Aborigines Progressive Association was created in 1924.
its just the aborigines