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Aboriginal Australians

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Indigenous Australia

The Indigenous Australia Website, presented in affiliation with the Australian Museum and the Australia's Cultural Network, combines two Websites -- Dreaming Online and Stories of the Dreaming (see the July 16, 1999 Scout Report) -- into one comprehensive resource. An engaging introduction to the 60,000-year-old cultural heritage of Australia's Aboriginal people and Torres Strait Islanders, the...
Uncommon Lives

The Uncommon Lives series on the National Archives of Australia website takes an approach to Australian history that not only encompasses the well-known history-makers, but also lesser known people's role in shaping Australian history. One of the stated goals of the Uncommon Lives series is to show how amateur historians and researchers alike can use the archives to find biographical resources....
Place, Evolution, and Rock Art Heritage Unit

The Place, Evolution, and Rock Art Heritage Unit (PERAHU) at Australia's Griffith University is dedicated to the research and preservation of Australian rock art, as well as rock art and human evolution research internationally. As the site mentions, there are approximately 100,000 individual rock art sites in Australia, but no national database has ever been established, and there is, of yet, no...