Aborigines

Some articles on aborigines, aborigine:

Aborigines Progressive Association
... The Aborigines Progressive Association, (originally formed in 1924) was established in 1937 by William Ferguson, Pearl Gibbs and Jack Patten in Dubbo, New South Wales ... on Australia Day of that year to protest the lack of basic human rights available to Aborigines ...
Cape Grim Massacre - Historical Skepticism
... documents, argues that the claim that four shepherds could have killed thirty Aborigines at the location is inherently implausible ... again fast enough for four convict shepherds to kill thirty Aborigines at the alleged location before the intended victims either ran or swam out of range or turned on those shooting at them and ... To get the Aborigines to the cliff's edge, the shepherds would have had to have climbed, and forced the Aborigines up an ascent so steep that at some points it requires that those making the ascent use their hands ...
Slavic Settlement Of The Eastern Alps - Slavs and The Aboriginal Population
... Many aborigines were enslaved by the Slavs (an old Slavic term for slaves was krščenik, meaning a Christian, as the aborigines were Christians), some, however, assimilated with Slavs and thus ... Slavs referred to the Romanised aborigines as Vlahi or Lahi ... Kranjska) were adopted from the Romanised aborigines ...
Cape Grim Massacre - Background
... conflict in Tasmania between Europeans and Aborigines has been alleged to have been marked by violence, cruelty, and abduction and rape of women ... Jan Roberts said that Abduction and ill-treatment of Aborigines certainly occurred, but the extent of atrocities and 'massacres' has been grossly exaggerated ... objecting resulting in a fight with one shepherd being speared in the thigh and one Aborigine shot dead ...
Cape Grim Massacre - Aftermath
... Keith Windschuttle argues that the report of an alleged massacre of Aborigines at the cliffs on Suicide Bay did not emerge until more than two years after the alleged ... into was what had been reported to him, an incident near the shepherds' hut during which six Aborigines were reported killed ... law on 1 November 1828 allowing roving parties to shoot or capture Aborigines for resettlement ...

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    These are not the artificial forests of an English king,—a royal preserve merely. Here prevail no forest laws but those of nature. The aborigines have never been dispossessed, nor nature disforested.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)