Gumberlee in Kangaroo loincloth , an Australian Aborigine warrior. . Photo by Kerry & Co. ca. 1890-1898 Clarence River G62 Aborigine Australian Postcard Vintage Aboriginal People Of Australia Photo

Make a cepia poop fading post card Gumberlee in Kangaroo loincloth , an Australian Aborigine warrior. Photo by Kerry & Co. Clarence River Aborigine Australian Postcard Vintage Aboriginal People Of Australia Photo

Vale Mandawuy Yunupingu 1997 portrait by Jacqueline Mitelman 17 September 1956 – 2 June 2013)

Vale Mandawuy Yunupingu 1997 portrait by Jacqueline Mitelman 17 September 1956 – 2 June Aboriginal Elder & lead singer & song writer of Yothu Yindi's seminal protest song 'Treaty'

Woureddy, an Aboriginal chief of Van Diemen's Land 1835 Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.

Woureddy, an Aboriginal chief of Van Diemen's Land 1835 Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.

"Elaborate" tools dated to 65,000 years ago show humans reached Australia early

"Elaborate" tools dated to 65,000 years ago show humans reached Australia early

Mr. Lingiari: In Kalkaringi, and around Australia, he is remembered as a great man who demanded wages, then land, and after a long fight won a battle for and with his people. The leader of the Gurindji during the Wave Hill Station "walk off" of stockmen and their families, a trailblazer for indigenous Australians. 1966. (First name, Vincent, not used above in attempt to respect Aboriginal naming customs for the deceased).

Vincent Lingiari Content note: Please be aware that this post contains names and images of Indigenous Australian people who are or may be now deceased. Come gather round, people, / I’m gonna tell.

Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu http://www.smh.com.au/news/music/aboriginal-music-gets-an-angelic-new-voice/2008/03/30/1206850699533.html?page=fullpage

The haunting songs of Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu mark a thrilling departure in Aboriginal culture.

The Sesquicentenary and The Day of Mourning: Australia Day, 1938. From the Australia Day National Website: http://www.australiaday.org.au/australia-day/history/1938-the-sesquicentenary-and-the-day-of-mourning/

The flyer, with resolution, advertising Australian Aborigines' Conference and Sesquicentenary Day of Mourning and Protest, 26 January 1938 (Australia Day). Source: Broadside National Library of Australia.

Fanny Cochrane Smith (1834-1905) full-blood Tasmanian Aboriginal; the last fluent speaker of a Tasmanian language, and her 1903 wax cylinder recordings of songs are the only audio recordings of any of Tasmania's indigenous languages

Fanny Cochrane Smith wearing a shell necklace ***I actually extensively researched Fanny Smith and her background, I listened to her wax recordings or songs in Tasmanian Aboriginal Dialect, and discovered more about her life and legacy.

Aboriginal actor, writer and director Leah Purcell.

Leah Purcell (b Indigenous Australian stage and screen actor; screenwriter and film director

First Aboriginal Senator Chosen May 23, 1971 First Aboriginal Senator Chosen Neville Bonner, the Queensland President of the One People of Australia League, is certain to become the first Aboriginal member of an Australian parliament

First Aboriginal Senator Chosen May 1971 First Aboriginal Senator Chosen Neville Bonner, the Queensland President of the One People of Australia League, is certain to become the first Aboriginal member of an Australian parliament

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