- 1 - Chapter 1. Australian Indigenous Cultural Heritage
- 2 - Chapter 2. Australian Indigenous Art
- 3 - Chapter 3. Australian Indigenous Ceremony - Song, Music and Dance
- 4 - Chapter 4. Australian Indigenous Tools and Technology
- 5 - Chapter 5. The Dreaming
- 6 - Chapter 6. Aboriginal Trackers
- 7 - Chapter 7. National Reconciliation Week
- 8 - Chapter 8. Sorry Day
- 9 - Chapter 9. Management of National Parks and Protected Areas
- 10 - Chapter 10. Governor Phillip’s Observation on the Aborigines
- 11 - Chapter 11. Indigenous Peoples of the World
Aboriginal rock art.
This title discusses many of the customs and ceremonies of Australia’s Indigenous Aboriginal community. This community is one of the oldest in the world dating back to at least 50,000 years. We discuss the culture, art, ceremonies and the Dreaming. We also look at Indigenous tools and technology and the importance of the Aboriginal blacktracker in the early stages of Australia’s History.
We have also included in Chapter 10, Governor Phillip’s observations on the Aborigines in May, 1788. A final chapter looks at Indigenous people of the world.
Warning: This title may contain the names and images of Aboriginal and Islander people now deceased.
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