Aboriginal men with spears and axes, seated man wearing a king plate [picture].

Aboriginal men with spears and axes, seated man wearing a king plate [picture].

King Clyde of the Brewarrina smoking a pipe, New South Wales, ca. 1924 [picture].

Digital Collections - Pictures - King Clyde of the Brewarrina smoking a pipe, New South Wales, ca.

Engraved breastplate, presented to aboriginal man “Harry Mulbah/Chief of Berrallawah”, brass, maker unknown, 1845-1850, Powerhouse Museum A7765

Engraved breastplate, presented to aboriginal man “Harry Mulbah/Chief of Berrallawah”, brass, maker unknown, Powerhouse Museum

Photograph of King Merryman of Wallaga Lake standing with Neddy in front of a marked tree

So someone in ancestral tree got deported to Australia ? Wallaga National Park now is Gualga National Park, in SW New South Wales,Australia ALady .Photograph of King Merryman of Wallaga Lake standing with Neddy in front of a marked tree

King Clyde of the Barwon, La Perouse, Sydney, September 1924 [picture].

King Clyde of the Barwon, La Perouse, Sydney, September 1924 [picture].

Breastplate, 'David King of the Woronora Tribe', engraved brass, maker unknown, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1810-1821, Powerhouse Museum 20...

Breastplate, 'David King of the Woronora Tribe', engraved brass, maker unknown, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1810-1821, Powerhouse Museum 20...

Breastplate, 1892 An Aboriginal breastplate is a controversial object. To many Aboriginal people it is a reminder of the dispossession of their land, cultural dislocation, and the mistreatment of their ancestors. To others, a breastplate is a trophy of Aboriginal resistance and survival that evokes feelings of pride and honour.

An Aboriginal breastplate is a controversial object. To many Aboriginal people it is a reminder of the dispossession of their land, cultural dislocation, and the mistreatment of their ancestors.

Billy Boney, King of Poison Creek wearing his king plate [picture] .

Billy Boney, King of Poison Creek wearing his king plate [picture] .

JW Lindt, 'Entrance to Yulgilbar Castle showing former King of territory [Bobby] sitting in corner on left-hand side and recent King on horseback [Edward Ogilvie]', Clarence River, New South Wales, c1872. National Library of Australia.

JW Lindt, 'Entrance to Yulgilbar Castle showing former King of territory [Bobby] sitting in corner on left-hand side and recent King on horseback [Edward Ogilvie]', Clarence River, New South Wales, National Library of Australia.

Aboriginal man in European clothing wearing a king plate and sitting outside a bark shelter, New South Wales, ca. 1890 [picture]

Digital Collections - Pictures - Aboriginal man in European clothing wearing a king plate and sitting outside a bark shelter, New South Wales, ca.

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