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a man sitting on top of a dirt field next to a large circular design in the ground
Google Oracle meets the pottery Void
the cover of indigenous australian culture
ABORIGINAL ART
ABORIGINAL ART
a poster with many different types of plants
Bush Tucker Plants for your Home Garden - SERCUL
an old black and white photo of a native american woman
042180PD: Aboriginal woman in a kangaroo skin, 1911? : slwa_b4577377_1
some people are sitting in the sand and having fun
Children in Central Australia || From the Life World Library publication "Australia and New Zealand" by Colin Maclnnes (Author) and The Editors of LIFE (Author). Published Jan 1964.
Children in Central Australia || From the Life World Library publication “Australia and New Zealand” by Colin Maclnnes (Author) and The Editors of LIFE (Author). Published Jan 1964.
an old black and white photo of two men in the woods, one holding a cross
Blueswami
there are rocks in the water and some trees
Fish trap heritage extension being considered
an old black and white photo of a man sitting in front of a teepee
Scientist debunks nomadic Aborigine 'myth'
the word love is made out of rocks in the water
The fish traps at Brewarrina are extraordinary and ancient structures. Why aren't they better protected?
an old black and white photo of a woman holding a bird
an old photo of a man with feathers on his head
Mystery of the historic Lindt photographs solved by family of main subject
Girl, Face, Beleza, Model, Beautiful, Human, Personas
Pretty Australian Aboriginals [Archive] - The Apricity Forum: A European Cultural Community
an old black and white photo of two men in the desert, one holding on to a rope
Origins
Long have gone are the Old ways and Traditions we must move on using the past as reference to better the decisions of the Future. ...
an old black and white photo of a pile of hay
Aboriginal Environments Enthusiast Website | Indigenous Australian Information & Opinion
A grass-clad dome from the coastal plains of the southern Gulf of Carpentaria, designed for both wet-season use (Dec to Mar) and mosquito protection. The purpose of the small entrance is ease of sealing, once the occupants are inside. The photo was taken near Normanton in the period 1893-1910. (Photograph: Roth.)