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Image Detail for - Lantern Slide of Tasmanian Aboriginal man Woureddy, native of Bruny ...

Image Detail for - Lantern Slide of Tasmanian Aboriginal man Woureddy, native of Bruny ...

The Black War refers to the period of conflict between British colonists and Tasmanian Aborigines in the early nineteenth century. Mass killings of Tasmanian Aborigines were reported as having occurred as part of the Black War in Van Diemen's Land. In combination with epidemic impacts of introduced Eurasian infectious diseases, to which the Tasmanian Aborigines had no immunity, the conflict had such impact on the Tasmanian Aboriginal population that they were reported to have been…

The Black War refers to the period of conflict between British colonists and Tasmanian Aborigines in the early nineteenth century. Mass killings of Tasmanian Aborigines were reported as having occurred as part of the Black War in Van Diemen's Land. In combination with epidemic impacts of introduced Eurasian infectious diseases, to which the Tasmanian Aborigines had no immunity, the conflict had such impact on the Tasmanian Aboriginal population that they were reported to have been…

From Tasmanian Aboriginal photographer, Ricky Maynard's series "Portraits of a Distant Land"

From Tasmanian Aboriginal photographer, Ricky Maynard's series "Portraits of a Distant Land"

"Coming Home" (2005) by Tasmanian Aboriginal photographer Ricky Maynard from the series "Portrait of a Distant Land"

"Coming Home" (2005) by Tasmanian Aboriginal photographer Ricky Maynard from the series "Portrait of a Distant Land"

Painting of agreement between governor and Tasmanian aborigines

Painting of agreement between governor and Tasmanian aborigines

Antique Victorian Tasmanian Aboriginal Maireener 70" Shell Necklace Iridescent | eBay

Antique victorian tasmanian aboriginal maireener 70" shell necklace iridescent

Antique Victorian Tasmanian Aboriginal Maireener 70" Shell Necklace Iridescent | eBay

The Lia Pootah Community are descendants of Tasmanian Aboriginal women from a variety of Kinship Groups, mistakenly called tribes, and European men both free, military and convict who arrived at Van Dieman's Land from 1803.

The Lia Pootah Community are descendants of Tasmanian Aboriginal women from a variety of Kinship Groups, mistakenly called tribes, and European men both free, military and convict who arrived at Van Dieman's Land from 1803.

Bett Gallery Hobart - Julie Gough - Some Tasmanian Aboriginal children

Bett Gallery Hobart - Julie Gough - Some Tasmanian Aboriginal children

aboriginal tasmanian Echidna Necklace

aboriginal tasmanian Echidna Necklace

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