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Aborigines Collection

Background imageAborigines Collection: Affray of rival Aboriginal tribes, three miles from Brisbane in New South Wales

Affray of rival Aboriginal tribes, three miles from Brisbane in New South Wales, Australia. The Illustrated London News notes with undisguised disgust

Background imageAborigines Collection: A Native Australian with his WOOMERA - throwing stick Date: 1891

A Native Australian with his WOOMERA - throwing stick Date: 1891

Background imageAborigines Collection: Fern Tree Valley, near Hobart, Tasmania

Fern Tree Valley, near Hobart, Tasmania
View of Fern Tree Valley near Hobart, Tasmania, showing a river and waterfall in a tropical landscape. 1870

Background imageAborigines Collection: Natives of the island of Formosa (Taiwan)

Natives of the island of Formosa (Taiwan), depicted as headhunters and cannibals, 1820s. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Andrea Bernieri from Giulio Ferrrarios Costumes Antique

Background imageAborigines Collection: Australia Batman 1827

Australia Batman 1827
JOHN BATMAN (1800-1827) negotiates with the aborigines of Victoria

Background imageAborigines Collection: Western Australia - Aborigines

Western Australia - Aborigines

Background imageAborigines Collection: Western Australia - Aborigines In Western Australia

Western Australia - Aborigines In Western Australia

Background imageAborigines Collection: Sri Lanka Veddahs aborigines

Sri Lanka Veddahs aborigines

Background imageAborigines Collection: Veddahs, forest dwelling aborigines of Sri Lanka

Veddahs, forest dwelling aborigines of Sri Lanka, Victorian period

Background imageAborigines Collection: Aborigines, Victoria, Australia

Aborigines, Victoria, Australia

Background imageAborigines Collection: Australian aborigines

Australian aborigines

Background imageAborigines Collection: Studio portrait of Australian aborigines - Victorian period

Studio portrait of Australian aborigines - Victorian period

Background imageAborigines Collection: Aborigines with throwing sticks Queensland Australia

Aborigines with throwing sticks Queensland Australia

Background imageAborigines Collection: Aborigines Queensland Australia Victorian period

Aborigines Queensland Australia Victorian period

Background imageAborigines Collection: Aborigines Murray River Australia Victorian period

Aborigines Murray River Australia Victorian period

Background imageAborigines Collection: Aborigines Victoria Australia Victorian period

Aborigines Victoria Australia Victorian period

Background imageAborigines Collection: Aborigines studio portrait Australia Victorian period

Aborigines studio portrait Australia Victorian period

Background imageAborigines Collection: Aborigines New South Wales Australia Victorian period

Aborigines New South Wales Australia Victorian period

Background imageAborigines Collection: Aborigines stage fight New South Wales Australia

Aborigines stage fight New South Wales Australia Victorian period

Background imageAborigines Collection: Australia Samsans ladies Victorian period Victorian period

Australia Samsans ladies Victorian period Victorian period

Background imageAborigines Collection: Australian aborigines with boomerangs, Victorian period

Australian aborigines with boomerangs, Victorian period

Background imageAborigines Collection: Aborigine's Cave, Dee Why

Aborigine's Cave, Dee Why
A landscape watercolour painting of an aborigine's cave, located at Dee Why, a coastal suburb of north Sydney. Date: circa 1924

Background imageAborigines Collection: Aboriginal canoe-men Date: circa 1860

Aboriginal canoe-men Date: circa 1860

Background imageAborigines Collection: Aboriginal children 1914

Aboriginal children 1914
Aboriginal children in a mission school at Mitchell River, north-west Australia. Date: 1914

Background imageAborigines Collection: EVENTS/AUSTRALIA

EVENTS/AUSTRALIA
11-year old Harry Hawson defends his father's cattle station against marauding aborigines in New South Wales, but dies of a spear-wound Date: 1840

Background imageAborigines Collection: Queen Victoria pictured visiting the South Australian Court at the Colonial

Queen Victoria pictured visiting the South Australian Court at the Colonial and Indian Exhibition in London in 1886. Date: 1886

Background imageAborigines Collection: Two aboriginal men, named Garicha and Boyguda, of Cape York, Australia

Two aboriginal men, named Garicha and Boyguda, of Cape York, Australia, who were brought to Britain in 1853 after accidentally remaining on board Captain Stricklands ship

Background imageAborigines Collection: Scene showing Aborigines of Victoria, to accompany given in The Illustrated London News

Scene showing Aborigines of Victoria, to accompany given in The Illustrated London News, which describes the native Australians sometimes visiting towns dressed in a mix of cast-off European style

Background imageAborigines Collection: Page from The Illustrated London News reporting on the indigenous people of Australia

Page from The Illustrated London News reporting on the indigenous people of Australia Felix, Port Phillip, in New South Wales

Background imageAborigines Collection: Portrait of one of two aboriginal boys brought to England

Portrait of one of two aboriginal boys brought to England, and to meet Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, by Mr Eyre, the Australian traveller. Date: 1846

Background imageAborigines Collection: Three Maori people of New Zealand

Three Maori people of New Zealand, based on an illustration from the HMS Beagle expedition. Date: 1842

Background imageAborigines Collection: Aborigines of Australia, Corroboree dance

Aborigines of Australia, Corroboree dance. Date: 1842

Background imageAborigines Collection: The Australian Aborigines Cricket Team 1868

The Australian Aborigines Cricket Team 1868. 1868

Background imageAborigines Collection: Cranky Tom and Dilburree, of the Yarra-Hapinni tribe Date: circa 1840

Cranky Tom and Dilburree, of the Yarra-Hapinni tribe Date: circa 1840

Background imageAborigines Collection: An Aboriginal climbs a tree Date: circa 1900

An Aboriginal climbs a tree Date: circa 1900

Background imageAborigines Collection: Tasmanian aborigines attacking a settlers hut

Tasmanian aborigines attacking a settlers hut. 1870

Background imageAborigines Collection: Japan - A group of three Ainos, the aborigines

Japan - A group of three Ainos, the aborigines
Lantern slide of a group of three Ainos, the aborigines. The Ainu (also called Aynu, Aino and in historical texts Ezo), are indigenous people or groups in Japan and Russia

Background imageAborigines Collection: Indigenous Selk nam Indian, Punta Arenas, Patagonia, Chile

Indigenous Selk nam Indian, Punta Arenas, Patagonia, Chile
Indigenous Selk nam Indian of Punta Arenas, Patagonia, Magallanes and Antartica Chilena, Chile - toward the southernmost point on the South American mainland

Background imageAborigines Collection: Indigenous Selk nam Indians, Punta Arenas, Patagonia, Chile

Indigenous Selk nam Indians, Punta Arenas, Patagonia, Chile
Indigenous Selk nam Indian Woman of Punta Arenas, Patagonia, Magallanes and Antartica Chilena, Chile - toward the southernmost point on the South American mainland, pictured with her laden horse

Background imageAborigines Collection: A Family of New South Wales, Australia

A Family of New South Wales, Australia. 1817

Background imageAborigines Collection: Australian Aborigines spearing fish

Australian Aborigines spearing fish with throwing-sticks. One is holding a boomerang. Date: circa 1895

Background imageAborigines Collection: Racial / Aborigines 1908

Racial / Aborigines 1908
Woman of Queensland, with body decoration Date: 1908

Background imageAborigines Collection: Aborigines with bodypainting, Borogegal man of Port Jackson

Aborigines with bodypainting, Borogegal man of Port Jackson.. Handcolored lithograph from Friedrich Wilhelm Goedsches Complete Gallery of Peoples in True Pictures, Meissen, circa 1835-1840

Background imageAborigines Collection: Sydney, Australia - Sandilands Tribe, Clarence River

Sydney, Australia - Sandilands Tribe, Clarence River
Slide showing a photograph of a group of Aborigines from the Sandilands Tribe. The Clarence River is situated in northeastern New South Wales, Australia

Background imageAborigines Collection: Group of Australian Aborigines

Group of Australian Aborigines - from: An account of the English colony in New South Wales Date: 1798

Background imageAborigines Collection: Aborigines, Tasmania

Aborigines, Tasmania
Australian aboriginals, Hobart, Tasmania, 1898 Date: 1898

Background imageAborigines Collection: George Robinson on his conciliation mission, Tasmania

George Robinson on his conciliation mission, Tasmania

Background imageAborigines Collection: Aboriginal Mother and Baby with supplies

Aboriginal Mother and Baby with supplies
An aboriginal Mother, carrying her baby on her back, taking food obtained from the Tea and Sugar train back to her wurley (a shelter or hut, made of branches and leaves)



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