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Archives September 2015

Oklahoma tribe's detail federal government's $186 million lawsuit settlement

The lawsuit focused on tribal accusations that the federal government mismanaged hundreds of thousands of acres in southeastern and south-central Oklahoma where the Choctaw and Chickasaw Nations were relocated in the 1830s after being removed from their ancestral homelands in the southeastern United States.

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First Nations Stories of Ancient Sea-Level Rise Preserved for 13,000 Years

According to a duo of Australian scientists, Aboriginal society has preserved memories of Australia’s coastline dating back to 11,000 – 5,300 BC.

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NT detention centre's use of tear gas on teens 'institutionalised brutality', Amnesty International says

:The governments and politicians have no excuses and cannot plea ignorance, we have published many articles about the crisis and so have mainstream media sources. Here is one from last year that covers the tear gas incident and much more. 29 July 2016

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Despite the efforts of Prince William, the skull of the 'rainbow warrior' remains at large

Pemulwuy Pimbloy: Native of New Holland in a canoe of that country
Pemulwuy Pimbloy: Native of New Holland in a canoe of that country State Library note: Pimbloy is better known by the name Pemulwuy.

(Picture: State Library of Victoria)

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Landmark research into 'Aborigines Protection Board - New South Wales

From 1883 until 1969, the lives and affairs of Aboriginal people in NSW were utterly controlled by the Aborigines Protection/Welfare Board.

The research team will spend more than four years visiting locations across NSW where Aboriginal missions and reserves were established to collect personal oral histories and family/community recollections and records, letters, documents and photographs

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