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First people then and now : introducing Indigenous Australians / Marji Hill.

First people then and now : introducing Indigenous Australians / Marji Hill.
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ISBN 9780992411831
Author Hill, Marji, 1947- (author)
Title First people then and now : introducing Indigenous Australians / Marji Hill.
Edition 2nd edition.
Publisher &/or associated date/s Broadbeach, QLD : The Prison Tree Press, 2021.
©2021.
Description 97 pages : colour illustrations ; 23 cm.
Note First published 2017.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Who are Australia's first people? -- Aboriginal religion -- The Art of Australia's First People -- Living with the Land -- The Unkown Continent -- Reclaiming their Rights.
Summary Discover the rich cultural heritage of Australia's first people then and now in one of the world's first centres of civilisation. Learn about the vast, sweeping epic story of Australia's first people dating from 65,000 years ago to the present day. First People Then And Now is a short educational book designed as a starting point for those who want to know more.
Subjects Religion - Dreaming - Wandjina
Art - Rock art
Art - Subjects - Ancestral / totemic beings
Art - Subjects - Gwion Gwion figures
Art - Subjects - Mimi
Art - Painting - Bark
Art - Painting - Watercolour
Art - Painting - Acrylic - Dot
Settlement and contacts - Explorers - European
Settlement and contacts - Colonisation
Settlement and contacts - Macassans and Indonesians
Land rights - Ownership
Native title - Claims
Native title - Cases - Mabo
Social organisation - Kinship
Hunting, gathering and fishing
Environment - Land management - Fire
Trade and exchange - Trade routes
Weapons - Boomerangs
Transport - Water - Canoes
Music - Instruments - Wind - Didjeridu
Government policy - Initial period and protectionism
Government policy - Assimilation
Government policy - Self determination
Politics and Government - Political action - Activism
Politics and Government - Referenda - Referendum, 1967
Politics and Government - Political action - Indigenous embassies and political missions - Tent Embassy, Parliament House, Canberra
Politics and Government - National symbols and events - NAIDOC / NADOC / National Aborigines Week
Politics and Government - National symbols and events - Apologies - Stolen generations
Politics and Government - Referenda - Constitutional recognition
Indigenous knowledge - Health and medicine
Race relations - Violent
Race relations - Reconciliation
Cultural protocols - Welcome to Country
Culture - Relationship to land
Religion - Dreaming - Ancestor spirits
Aboriginal Australians -- Social life and customs
Aboriginal Australians
Aboriginal Australians -- History
Call number 2021.341
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A00950182 2021.341
General Collection   . Available to Museum Staff .  
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