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Aborigines Collection

Background imageAborigines Collection: Australian corobboree at Coollaminga; A ride across the frontier of Victoria, 1875

Australian corobboree at Coollaminga; A ride across the frontier of Victoria, 1875. Creator: Philip A. Eagle
Australian corobboree at Coollaminga; A ride across the frontier of Victoria, 1875. From, Illustrated Travels by H.W. Bates. [Cassell, Petter, and Galpin, c1880, London]

Background imageAborigines Collection: Old Australian and his 'Gin.'; Incidents of Bush Life in Queensland, 1875. Creator: Unknown

Old Australian and his "Gin."; Incidents of Bush Life in Queensland, 1875. Creator: Unknown
Old Australian and his "Gin."; Incidents of Bush Life in Queensland, 1875. From Illustrated Travels by H.W. Bates. [Cassell, Petter, and Galpin, c1880, London] and Galpin

Background imageAborigines Collection: Sketches in Southern Australia - River Fall in the interior, 1857. Creator: Unknown

Sketches in Southern Australia - River Fall in the interior, 1857. Creator: Unknown
Sketches in Southern Australia - River Fall in the interior, 1857. View of...a specimen of the romantic river scenery of the interior of Australia; the cataract

Background imageAborigines Collection: Sketches in Southern Australia - the Dead Emu, 1857. Creator: Unknown

Sketches in Southern Australia - the Dead Emu, 1857. Creator: Unknown
Sketches in Southern Australia - the Dead Emu, 1857. The taking of the Emu is a favourite sport of the aborigines: the emu is caught in very large nets, twenty yards long and five feet high

Background imageAborigines Collection: Aborigines of Western Australia, 1857. Creator: Unknown

Aborigines of Western Australia, 1857. Creator: Unknown
Aborigines of Western Australia, 1857. As the aboriginal tribes...disappear before the march of civilisation, it may be interesting to chronicle...a few of their peculiarities

Background imageAborigines Collection: Melbourne, the Capital of Port Phillip, 1850. Creator: Unknown

Melbourne, the Capital of Port Phillip, 1850. Creator: Unknown
Melbourne, the Capital of Port Phillip, 1850. In the foreground...are some specimens of the vegetation of the country; with a native wigwam, bundles of spears

Background imageAborigines Collection: Aboriginal Australians - old and young man, daguerreotyped in Port Phillip by Mr. Kilburn, 1850

Aboriginal Australians - old and young man, daguerreotyped in Port Phillip by Mr. Kilburn, 1850. Creator: Unknown
Aboriginal Australians - old and young man, daguerreotyped in Port Phillip by Mr. Kilburn, 1850. It appears that Mr. Kilburn, the brother of the eminent Photographer, of Regent-street

Background imageAborigines Collection: Aboriginal Australians - young men, daguerreotyped in Port Phillip by Mr. Kilburn, 1850

Aboriginal Australians - young men, daguerreotyped in Port Phillip by Mr. Kilburn, 1850. Creator: Unknown
Aboriginal Australians - young men, daguerreotyped in Port Phillip by Mr. Kilburn, 1850. Portrait of two young men, the one holding his waddy, or club of defence; the other

Background imageAborigines Collection: Lubra, a young Australian Woman, 1850. Creator: Unknown

Lubra, a young Australian Woman, 1850. Creator: Unknown
Lubra, a young Australian Woman, 1850. Portrait of...a young woman, with her hunting spear. They tattoo themselves only to a limited extent...They wear sheep-skins, with the wool next the skin

Background imageAborigines Collection: Adelaide, South Australia - from Hindley-Street, 1850. Creator: Unknown

Adelaide, South Australia - from Hindley-Street, 1850. Creator: Unknown
Adelaide, South Australia - from Hindley-Street, 1850. Hindley-street is the principal place of business, and here is to be observed all the bustle of a flourishing town


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