(Photograph of Gin full face with shield and boomerang) John Howard Preston, 1893
Truganini (1812-1876) Tasmanian Aboriginal
13 animals recently hunted to extinction: Tasmanian tiger
Governor Arthur’s Proclamation to the Aboriginal People relations with the Aborigines was not as friendly as the First Fleet's.
Extinction, Mass Extinctions, Extinct Species, And The Ongoing Great Mass Extinction
Four elderly full-blood Tasmanian Aborigines c. Truganini, for many years claimed to be the last full-blood Aboriginal to survive, is seated at far right.
Lantern slide of Tasmanian aboriginal man Woureddy, native of Bruni [Bruny] Island. Prepared by J.
Truganini, often considered to be the last "full blood" Tasmanian Aboriginal woman, who survived British conflict and disease.
From a series of elaborately staged portraits of Australian Aboriginal sitters, here from the Urara and Clarence River people, John William Lindt. Pitt Rivers Museum, University of Oxford.
Portrait of unidentified Aboriginal woman wearing a possum skin cloak, carrying a child on her back, South Australia, ca. from the National Library of Australia
Port Jackson Painter Watercolour and ink, 1788 - © Natural History Museum Watling collection
"A Gin & Piccaninny" (old terms for a an Australian Aboriginal woman and an Aboriginal child). Are these derogatory names? Photo taken between 1868 and Part of Scrapbook, Australia, collected by C. Allen during a journey around the world
Thylacine family at Beaumaris Zoo, Hobart, 1910 Beautiful photo of the now sadly extinct Thylacine (aka Tasmanian Tiger). Picture shows the family of Thylache at Beaumaris Zoo in Hobart, Source:.
Full-blood aboriginal Tasmanian Possibly the last of his kind. The original Tasmanians: Add this race to the book Jordan!
Very rare photograph of London Zoo’s last Thylacine (Tasmanian Tiger, thought to have become extinct in the century), circa
Australian aboriginals ca 1890 location and tribe not known. Aboriginal group pose for white man photo.
Captain Arthur Phillip raises the British flag at Sydney Cove. January Photo: State Library of NSW. This site has some Australia Day information suitable for kids.