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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.

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Ten Canoes (2006) DVD. In Australia's Northern Territory, a man tells one of the stories of his people and his land to teach a lesson and achieve balance in their tribe.

Ten Canoes (2006) DVD. In Australia's Northern Territory, a man tells one of the stories of his people and his land to teach a lesson and achieve balance in their tribe.

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The Carnarvon Range in the Central Desert, known as Katjarra by the traditional custodians of the land. Pictured is an ancient grinding stone.

The Carnarvon Range in the Central Desert, known as Katjarra by the traditional custodians of the land. Pictured is an ancient grinding stone.

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Wayne Quilliam's Black and White Dancers - Black and White Dancers (Laura, far north Queensland). The Laura Aboriginal Dance Festival is one of those culturally significant gatherings you return to year after year to learn about the true identity of Australia. It has been a privilege to witness its extraordinary sights, sounds and stories.

Wayne Quilliam's Black and White Dancers - Black and White Dancers (Laura, far north Queensland). The Laura Aboriginal Dance Festival is one of those culturally significant gatherings you return to year after year to learn about the true identity of Australia. It has been a privilege to witness its extraordinary sights, sounds and stories.

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The Australian Aboriginal flag was designed by watercolour artist Harold Thomas, a descendant from the Luritja Aboriginal People in the region of Central Australia.Designed as a unifying symbol for Aboriginal People fighting for the return of their traditional lands Thomas said I wanted to make it unsettling. Light colour at the bottom and the dark on top.It represents the aboriginal people walking on top of the land.

The Australian Aboriginal flag was designed by watercolour artist Harold Thomas, a descendant from the Luritja Aboriginal People in the region of Central Australia.Designed as a unifying symbol for Aboriginal People fighting for the return of their traditional lands Thomas said I wanted to make it unsettling. Light colour at the bottom and the dark on top.It represents the aboriginal people walking on top of the land.

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