What is aborigine?

Some articles on aborigines, aborigine:

Quigley Down Under - Plot
... Quigley his sharpshooting skills will be used to eradicate the increasingly elusive native Aborigines ... Marston's killing of aborigines is technically illegal, but he implies that it is tolerated by the local military police with whom Marston has "an arrangement." Quigley, who believed ... Marston's Aborigine manservant knocks Quigley over the head and Marston's men beat Quigley and Cora into unconsciousness and dump them in the Australian Outback two days away with no water and little chance ...
List Of Indigenous Australian Historical Figures - 1788-1888
... Lanne - King Billy, last surviving male of the Oyster Cove clan of Tasmanian Aborigines Mannalargenna - Tasmanian Aborigine of the Plangermaireener ... Johnny Mullagh - Aborigine cricketer who was known for his remarkable performance in the 1868 Aborigine cricket team's tour of England ... Member of the Eora people (Botany Bay) area Fanny Cochrane Smith - First Tasmanian Aborigine born on Flinders Island Truganini -- last surviving full-blooded Tasmanian Aborigine ...
Napranum, Queensland - History
... The Protector of Aborigines at the time, Archibald Meston, protested against the establishment of the mission on the grounds that the people were healthy and ... shall be the legal guardian of every Aborigine and half-caste child, notwithstanding that any such child has a parent or other relative living, until such child attains the age of 21 years." And, "The ... Aboriginal institution, and the right to imprison any Aborigine or half-caste for 14 days if, in the Protector's judgement, they were guilty of neglect of duty, gross insubordination or wilful preaching of ...
Dirawong - Mythology - Deities - Rainbow Snake
... life, yet water also has a powerfully destructive side that the Aborigine tribes of Australia were all too aware of ... children, brings fertility to the land and humans, and is often associated with the Aborigine soul itself ... defends its sacred pools, and the reverence with which it was – and still is – thought of by Aborigine tribes, indicates that it is a primal force in nature rather than a ‘God ...
Aborigine - Aboriginal Peoples
... Indigenous Australians Australian Aborigines Tasmanian Aborigines Victorian Aborigines Torres Strait Islanders Indigenous peoples of Oceania Pacific Islanders Polynesians Melanesians Micronesians ... Guanches of Tenerife, Spain Bushmen and pygmies of southern Africa Taiwanese aborigines Indigenous peoples of the Philippines Ainu people of Japan ...

More definitions of "aborigine":

  • (noun): The earliest known inhabitants of a region.