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EMU MAN PERFORMS THE TOTEM - VOODOO VILLAGE - THE SECRET MUSEUM OF MANKIND

EMU MAN PERFORMS THE TOTEM - VOODOO VILLAGE - THE SECRET MUSEUM OF MANKIND

Photo David Moore 1981: David Gulpilil, Arnhem Land, Northern Territory, Australia. (b. 1953), actor and dancer, was born near Maningrida in Arnhem Land, a man of the Mandalbingu people. After his electrifying appearance in Nicolas Roeg's film Walkabout (1971), he became the best known Aboriginal actor of the 1970s. Other films include Storm Boy, Crocodile Dundee and Rabbit Proof Fence Some years ago, Gulpilil returned to his ancestral lands to subsist through hunting crocodiles and fishing.

Photo David Moore 1981: David Gulpilil, Arnhem Land, Northern Territory, Australia. (b. 1953), actor and dancer, was born near Maningrida in Arnhem Land, a man of the Mandalbingu people. After his electrifying appearance in Nicolas Roeg's film Walkabout (1971), he became the best known Aboriginal actor of the 1970s. Other films include Storm Boy, Crocodile Dundee and Rabbit Proof Fence Some years ago, Gulpilil returned to his ancestral lands to subsist through hunting crocodiles and fishing.

First Australians -Aboriginal Women, Northern Territory, dingo (dog) 1928. Photo taken by Herbert Basedow

First Australians -Aboriginal Women, Northern Territory, dingo (dog) 1928. Photo taken by Herbert Basedow

Aboriginal man Photograph by Pre Eighteenth Cetury - Aboriginal man Fine Art Prints and Posters for Sale

Aboriginal Man

Aboriginal man Photograph by Pre Eighteenth Cetury - Aboriginal man Fine Art Prints and Posters for Sale

Aboriginal women washing their hair with sand at Arnhem land in the Northern Territory of Australia.1st January 1950

Aboriginal women washing their hair with sand at Arnhem land in the Northern Territory of Australia.1st January 1950

Kimberly Aboriginal History "Kimberley Tribesmen": Copyright 'The History of the North West of Australia', Edited by JAS. S. Battye, 1915. #HCFpost

Kimberly Aboriginal History "Kimberley Tribesmen": Copyright 'The History of the North West of Australia', Edited by JAS. S. Battye, 1915. #HCFpost

Australian Aboriginal women and children belonging to the Arunta tribe, Central Australia, 1934

Australian Aboriginal women and children belonging to the Arunta tribe, Central Australia, 1934


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Herbert Basedow, Two women carrying large plaited baskets suspended from a band around their heads, Liverpool River, Arnhem Land, Northern Territory, Australia, 1928.

Herbert Basedow, Two women carrying large plaited baskets suspended from a band around their heads, Liverpool River, Arnhem Land, Northern Territory, Australia, 1928.

"A Gin & Piccaninny" (old terms for a an Australian Aboriginal woman and an Aboriginal child). Photo taken between 1868 and 1872.  Part of Scrapbook, Australia, 1868-1872, collected by C.H. Allen during a journey around the world

"A Gin & Piccaninny" (old terms for a an Australian Aboriginal woman and an Aboriginal child). Photo taken between 1868 and 1872. Part of Scrapbook, Australia, 1868-1872, collected by C.H. Allen during a journey around the world

This sweet photograph by Alastair McNaughton is of Aboriginal children after they've been playing in the mud - a black and white picturecard, a little larger than the average postcard.

This sweet photograph by Alastair McNaughton is of Aboriginal children after they've been playing in the mud - a black and white picturecard, a little larger than the average postcard.

Australian Aborigines | The Life of an Aboriginal - Aboriginal Weapons and Hunting Technics

Australian Aborigines | The Life of an Aboriginal - Aboriginal Weapons and Hunting Technics

The last four Tasmanian Aborigines, photographed ca 1860. How is this…

The last four Tasmanian Aborigines, photographed ca 1860. How is this…

South-east Australian Aboriginal man and two younger companions.  ca. 1847 | ©Douglas Kilburn/National Gallery of Australia

South-east Australian Aboriginal man and two younger companions. ca. 1847 | ©Douglas Kilburn/National Gallery of Australia

Australian Aborigines | Australian Aborigines sharpening and hafting stone axes. Some sites ...

Australian Aborigines | Australian Aborigines sharpening and hafting stone axes. Some sites ...

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