Australian Aborigines | The Life of an Aboriginal - Aboriginal Weapons and Hunting Technics
An Early and Fine Spearthrower, Western Australia   carved and engraved hardwood, spinifex resin, kangaroo sinew  length: 74cm
Aboriginal man, Australia, 1873
Australian Aborigines | Australian Aborigines sharpening and hafting stone axes. Some sites ...
Kimberly Aboriginal History "Kimberley Tribesmen": Copyright 'The History of the North West of Australia', Edited by JAS. S. Battye, 1915. #HCFpost
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Aboriginal tools- Cutting and chopping tools, such as hatchets, knives and adzes Hunting and fighting equipment, such as clubs, spears and boomerangs   Netting and trapping equipment   Food-processing equipment such as mortars and pestles.Digging sticks and Containers
Australian Aborigines | Australian Aborigines sharpening and hafting stone axes. Some sites ...
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1873                Aboriginal man, Australia
Australian Aborigines | Australian Aborigines sharpening and hafting stone axes. Some sites ...
These woomeras from Yirrkala in the Northern Territory are currently on display on Level 2 to mark NAIDOC Week, which celebrates the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. The woomera, a type of spearthrower, is an Aboriginal invention. A woomera and spear were the fastest weapons in the world before the invention of the self-loading rifle.
Two Boomerangs and a Club, New South Wales and South West Queensland   carved and engraved hardwood; carved hardwood  Lengths: 62cm, 64cm, 64cm respectively
Aboriginal warrior, Northeastern Queensland, Australia, 1910 The subject poses with a large fighting club and a shield of the Queensland rainforest type, decorated with a characteristically vibrant totemic design. Around his neck he wears a so-called King breast plate. Annotation on reverse reads: His Majesty King Yei-i-nie of Cairns, NQ
Australian Aboriginal women carrying plaited baskets.
Kimberly Aboriginal History "Kimberley Tribesmen": Copyright 'The History of the North West of Australia', Edited by JAS. S. Battye, 1915. #HCFpost
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