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Unfortunately, there can still be differences, we apologize for any inconvenience. Point Cook We investigated the distribution of the 3, singles from Point Cook among the single sites. This had a disastrous effect on Aboriginal society; with many of the productive hunters and gatherers dead, those who survived the initial outbreak began to starve. Lieutenant William Bradley recorded the first indications of the severity of the disaster that had struck the Aboriginal population of Sydney when he described his shock at the small of them to be seen on the harbour and its shores compared with times.

The British had not seen smallpox in anyone among themselves before the outbreak. Although there were fears about the health of some of the convicts on the First Fleet, these were subsequently dismissed by Surgeon-General John White, who believed they were suffering from "slight inflammatory complaints". Some commentators, such as Judy Campbell, [52] have suggested that Makasar fishermen accidentally brought smallpox to Australia's north and the virus travelled south. However, given that the spread of the disease depends on high population densities, and the fact that those who succumbed were soon incapable of walking, such an outbreak was unlikely to have spread across the desert trade routes.

A more likely source of the disease was the "variolas matter" Surgeon John White brought with him on the First Fleetalthough it is unknown how this may have been spread. Inwriting in Journal of Australian StudiesChristopher Warren concluded that British marines were most likely to have spread smallpox, possibly without informing Governor Phillip, but conceded in his conclusion that "today's evidence only provides for a balancing of probabilities and this is all that can be attempted.

On the mainland, prolonged conflict followed the frontier of European settlement. Many Aboriginal communities resisted the settlers, such as the Noongar of south-western Australia, led by Yaganwho was killed in The Kalkadoon of Queensland also resisted the settlers, and there was a massacre of over people on their land at Battle Mountain in There was a massacre at Coniston in the Territory of Central Australia in Poisoning of food and water has been recorded on several different occasions. The of violent deaths at the hands of white people is still the subject of debate, with a figure of around 10,—20, deaths being advanced by historians such as Henry Reynolds.

However the methodology behind figures such as this one has been criticised due to the fact that only white deaths were documented in frontier conflicts, forcing historians to estimate a country-wide white-black death ratio in violent confrontations and infer from this the of Aboriginal deaths.

The Palawaor Indigenous people of Tasmania, were particularly hard-hit.

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Nearly all of them, apparently ing somewhere between 2, and 15, when white settlement began, were dead by the s. It is widely claimed that this was the result of a genocidal policyin the form of the " Black War ". Other historians dispute this.

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Geoffrey Blainey wrote that, in Tasmania, by "Disease had killed most of them but warfare and private violence had also been devastating. He argues that there are plausible recorded s of approximately Aboriginal Tasmanians killed in —47, that there were an unknown of unrecorded killings and that many of these were killed in 'self-defence' by settlers. Windschuttle argues some s of killings are implausible for a variety of reasons such as incidents involving improbably large death tolls given the muzzle-loading, single-shot muskets in use and that the low of plausible recorded killings is one indicator of a relatively low level of conflict.

Willis, has subsequently disputed Windschuttle's figures and has documented Palawa killed by settlers in —34 alone, with possibly another killed during the same period.

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This belief stems from a distinction between "full bloods" and " half castes " that is now generally regarded as racist. Palawa people survived, in missions set up on the islands of Bass Strait. Nevertheless, some initial contact between Aboriginal people and Europeans was peaceful, starting with the Guugu Yimithirr people who met James Cook near Cooktown in Bennelong served as interlocutor between the Eora people of Sydney and the British colony, and was the first Aboriginal Australian to travel to England, staying there between and Aboriginal people were known to help European explorers, such as John Kingwho lived with a tribe for two and a half months after the ill-fated Burke and Wills expedition of Also living with Indigenous people was William Buckleyan escaped convict, who was with the Wautharong people near Melbourne for thirty-two years, before being found in Many Indigenous people adapted to European culture, working as stock hands or labourers.

The first Australian cricket team, which toured England inwas principally made up of Indigenous players. As the European pastoral industries developed, several economic changes came about. The appropriation of prime land and the spread of European livestock over vast areas made a traditional Indigenous lifestyle less viable, but also provided a ready alternative supply of fresh meat for those prepared to incur the settlers' anger by hunting livestock.

The impact of disease and the settlers' industries had a profound impact on the Indigenous Australians' way of life. With the exception of a few in the remote interior, all surviving Indigenous communities gradually became dependent on the settler population for their livelihood. In south-eastern Australia, during the s, large s of white pastoral workers deserted employment on stations for the Australian goldrushes.

Indigenous women, men and children became a ificant source of labour.

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Most Indigenous labour was unpaid, instead Indigenous workers received rations in the form of food, clothing and other basic necessities. In the later 19th century, settlers made their way north and into the interior, appropriating small but vital parts of the land for their own exclusive use waterholes and soaks in particularand introducing sheep, rabbits and cattleall three of which ate out ly fertile areas and degraded the ability of the land to carry the native animals that were vital to Indigenous economies.

Indigenous hunters would often spear sheep and cattle, incurring the wrath of graziers, after they replaced the native animals as a food source. As large sheep and cattle stations came to dominate northern Australia, Indigenous workers were quickly recruited. Several other outback industries, notably pearlingalso employed Aboriginal workers. In many areas Christian missions provided food and clothing for Indigenous communities and also opened schools and orphanages for Indigenous children. In some places colonial governments provided some resources.

In spite of the impact of disease, violence and the spread of foreign settlement and custom, some Indigenous communities in remote desert and tropical rainforest areas survived according to traditional means until well into the 20th century. In around Aboriginal people [72] answered the call to arms to fight in World War Idespite restrictions on Indigenous Australians serving in the military.

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As the war continued, these restrictions were relaxed as more recruits were needed. By the s, the Indigenous population had declined to between 50, and 90, and the belief that the Indigenous Australians would soon die out was widely held, even among Australians sympathetic to their situation. But by aboutthose Indigenous Australians who had survived had acquired better resistance to imported diseases, and birthrates began to rise again as communities were able to adapt to changed circumstances. From the s, the availability of penicillin to treat imported diseases also had a marked effect on reversing the population decline.

In the Northern Territory, ificant frontier conflict continued. Both isolated Europeans and visiting Asian fishermen were killed by hunter gatherers until the start of World War II in It is known that some European settlers in the centre and north of the country shot Indigenous people during this period.

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One particular series of killings became known as the Caledon Bay crisisand became a watershed in the relationship between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians. In the early 20th century, anthropologists' influence dominated society's view of aboriginals in Australia. They were viewed as a different race that was not as evolved as Europeans. Starting in the and continuing into the 20th century, debate continued on where between ape and man could the aboriginal be situated in evolutionary terms.

In the mids, there was a shift in focus away from physical anthropological issues of race and towards a cultural anthropological concerns established by field-work. New studies described aboriginals' social organisation, religious belief and practice.

Who are you looking for in Point Cook? Long Term or Short Term. Long Term: Dating and Matchmaking. Short Term: Casual Dates and Encounters. Australians are generally very laid back people and dating trans women anywhere The Homegrown Market and the Perth Upmarket are just two of the places. Alfred Radcliffe-Brownthe father of modern social anthropology, published his Social Organization of Australian Tribes in By the end of World War II, many Indigenous men had served in the military and were paid an equitable salary.

The people of Cummeragunja were protesting their harsh treatment under what was a draconian system. A once successful farming enterprise was taken from their control, and residents were forced to subsist on meagre rations.

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Approximately people left their homes, taking part in the Cummeragunja walk-offand the majority crossed the border into Victoria, never to return home. On 1 MayAboriginal peoples station workers in the beautiful region of Western Australia started the Pilbara strike and never returned to work. Mass layoffs across northern Australia followed the Federal Pastoral Industry Award ofwhich required the payment of a minimum wage to Aboriginal station workers, as they were not paid by the Pastoralist discretion, many however were not and those who were had their money held by the government.

Many of the workers and their families became refugees or fringe dwellersliving in camps on the outskirts of towns and cities. Inthe right to vote in federal elections was extended to Indigenous Australians who had served in the armed forces, or were enrolled to vote in state elections. At that time, those Indigenous Australians who lived in Queensland, Western Australia and the Northern Territory were still ineligible to vote in state elections, consequently they did not have the right to vote in federal elections.

All Indigenous Australians were given the right to vote in Commonwealth elections in Australia by the Menzies government in The right to vote in state elections was granted in Western Australia in and Queensland was the last state to do so in This has been the largest affirmative vote in the history of Australia's referenda.

InYolngu people at Yirrkala sought an injunction against Nabalco to cease mining on their traditional land. In the resulting historic and controversial Gove land rights caseJustice Blackburn ruled that Australia had been terra nullius before European settlement, and that no concept of Native title existed in Australian law. Although the Yolngu people were defeated in this action, the effect was to highlight the absurdity of the law, which led first to the Woodward Commissionand then to the Aboriginal Land Rights Act.

Inthe Aboriginal Tent Embassy was established on the steps of Parliament House in Canberrain response to the sentiment among Indigenous Australians that they were "strangers in their own country". A Tent Embassy still exists on the same site. Inthe Whitlam government drafted the Aboriginal Land Rights Act, which aimed to restore traditional lands to Indigenous people.

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