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  • Performer: Various
  • Album: The First Australians
  • FLAC: 1535 mb | MP3: 1235 mb
  • Released: 1978
  • Style: Aboriginal
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Various - The First Australians album flac

Video excerpt . 2 minutes with curator notes

First Australians is an Australian historical documentary series produced by Blackfella Films over the course of six years, and first aired on SBS TV in October 2008. The series chronicles the history of contemporary Australia, from the perspective of its first people, Aboriginal Australians

The first recorded European sighting of the Australian mainland, and the first recorded European landfall on the Australian continent (in 1606), are attributed to the Dutch. The first ship and crew to chart the Australian coast and meet with Aboriginal people was the Duyfken captained by Dutch navigator, Willem Janszoon. Australians regard the defeat of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZACs) at Gallipoli as the birth of the nation - its first major military action. The Kokoda Track campaign is regarded by many as an analogous nation-defining event during World War I. .

This Day is to honour the First Australians, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People, and everyone who supports. Now still, many thousands of aboriginal peoples would have died from lack of immunity to various diseases the Europeans brought with them. That was unfortunately unavoidable. But aboriginal peoples would have had time to begin to understand their place within the context of the wider world.

Text 9. The First Australians. There were people in Australia long before Europeans 'discovered' the continent in the 1600s. The Aborigines arrived there about 12,000years before from Southeast Asia. They lived by collecting food and hunting with spears and boomerangs. They didn't have metal or pottery, but they had very rich forms of art, painting, song, poetry and mythology.

Aboriginals had the continent to themselves for 50,000 years. Today they make up less than 3 percent of the population, and their traditional lifestyle is disappearing. Here’s how you eat a sea turtle. First dig a very large fire pit. Collect firewood. The Yolngu are occasionally employed to perform manual jobs in various communities; during my visit a group of men helped raise a water tank onto a tower. Many who aren’t working are given money as well, government payments that low-income Australians are entitled to, Aboriginal or not. Other Aboriginal communities receive large royalty payments from mining companies. Bauxite, a chief source of aluminum, is bountiful in Arnhem Land.

The first Australians and the British, the most powerful Empire in history, come face to face in Sydney on January 26, 1788. Their differences are immense but apprehension quickly turns to curiosity. Friendships form, some between powerful men such as Governor Arthur Phillip and the Aboriginal Bennelong. But by the time this pair leave for London three years later, relations between the two races have soured. The bloodshed worsens as settlers spread out across the land. Launch the Episode in a Player.

First Australians is an Australian historical documentary series produced over the course of 6 years and first aired in October 2008. The series chronicles the history of contemporary Australia, from the perspective of its first people, or Aborigines. The series is essentially a synthesis of well documented historical information.

The First Australians? Thu, Jun 4, 2015. Latest analysis of finds at prehistoric site supports early arrival of modern humans in Australia. But later excavations indicated that Madjedbebe could be the oldest dated site in Australia. The first and earliest (by deposition) appeared about . m below the surface. These layers were dated to between 61,000 and 52,000 years old. From a depth of . -2. 3 m the scientists recorded relatively dense occupation, dated to between 52,000 +7,000/-11,000 BP and 45,000 +6,000/-9,000 BP.

Learn the facts and hear stories from Indigenous Australians. Ruth was 6 months old when she first arrived at Cherbourg. Times were tough; it was during the Depression, and Ruth’s mother had gone to Cherbourg seeking help for her ageing parents. But once she arrived at the mission, Ruth's mum was prevented from leaving. What was intended as a temporary visit became years of separation and control. People would say it was for your own good, but my own good was to stay with my mum, says Ruth. At first Ruth was allowed to stay with her mum in the women’s dormitory. But eventually every child was removed to a separate dormitory