The station 's name was chosen to honour William Redfern. At that time, the present Redfern station was known as Eveleigh.  When Central station was built further north on the site of the Devonshire Street cemetery, Eveleigh station became Redfern and Eveleigh was retained for the name of the railway workshops, south of the station. The remains of Cleveland Paddocks became Prince Alfred Park.Redfern has been characterised by migrant populations that have lived in the area. In the late 19th century many
What is Australian Indigenous epistemology according to indigenous academic? Introduction Australia is a multicultural and diverse country with the input of Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander and other Australian people. The Indigenous Australians, or Aborigines, are the original inhabitants of Australia who have their own cultures, customs, beliefs, knowledge and languages. The Indigenous people are the early settler of Australia, and they have distinctive perspectives on worldview, beliefs, tensions, celebrations compare with non-indigenous people. As knowledge is the factor of production in its right, and invaluable, the socio-economic development of the organisation or society depends on their knowledge.
Cultural Landscape is a geographic area, including both cultural and natural resources and the wildlife, associated with a historic event, activity, or person or exhibiting other cultural or aesthetic values. Norfolk Island’s cultural landscape contains penal settlements and old historic buildings built by the British, during the colonial period. Many convict settlements found in the Authurs Vale Historic Area. Also, the Penal Convict Settlement sites comprise: large buildings, archaeological sites, and ruins. Governor Phillip ordered instructions on the 25th of April 1787, and send a detachment to Norfolk Island.
The enactment of a number of important pieces of legislation, including the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders (QLD) Act 1975; the Aboriginal Councils and Associations Act 1976; the Aboriginal Land Rights (Northern Territory) Act 1976; the Council for Aboriginal Reconciliation Act 1991; and, in response to the land rights cases of the 1990s, the Native Title Act 1993. 3. The gradual development of a new administrative and practical definition of ‘Aboriginality’. This definition was based on community and self-identification, not just a person’s DNA or
Australian people Australia is one of the most ethnically diverse societies in the world today. Almost one in four Australian residents were born outside of Australia and many more are first or second generation Australians, the children and grandchildren of recently arrived migrants and refugees. This wide variety of backgrounds, together with the culture of Indigenous Australians who have lived on the Australian continent for more than 50,000 years, have helped create a uniquely Australian identity and spirit. Indigenous peoples and cultures Before the arrival of British colonisers in 1788, Australia was inhabited by the Indigenous peoples - Aborigines and Torres Strait Islanders, sometimes referred to as the First Australians. Aboriginal people inhabited the whole of Australia and Torres Strait Islanders lived on the islands between Australia and Papua New Guinea, in what is now called the Torres Strait.
This is because, even though Peter was deported to Australia, mentally he resides in his fond homeland memories. Journey 's predominantly asserting some form of change into the individual, whether it be physical or mental, obtained along the way or
Why did British settlers in North America and the West Indies increasingly need to use slave labour between c. 1660 and 1807? Slavery is one of the most emotive issues in human history. Western slavery represented an aspect of the commodification of human beings for reasons of labor that is central to economic activity. From the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries European slavery was focused on the Atlantic world. There, labour was needed and labour was available but in different places.
According to Australian Flag Society minister, Nigel Morris, the flag holds historical significance as it has become the flag that Australia has grown with and the flag represents several achievements that Australia has gained in international settings. However, the present flag is not the only national symbol in the nation. Since Federation was established, for most of the time, this flag flew alongside the union Jack of Britain that undertook national flag precedence between 1924 and 1954. Until the end of the 1920s, the flag of the federation remained more famous that the flag of Australia for people and even in some official situations. An example can be quoted here to support this claim.
They were fixed geographical points of reference, surrounded by clusters of permissions and inhibitions that affected most Native opportunities and movements. Once put in place, they had a long life. Only now more than a hundred years after most of them were laid out, and they perhaps breaking down somewhat. An Indian Reserve is a tract of land set aside under the Indian Act and
They are given various names across the numerous regions of Indigenous Australia. Some of these names include ‘aldjeringa’ in Arrernte of Central Australia and ‘wongar’ in Arnhem Land. These terms are translated in English as the “Dreaming”, or the “Dreamtime.” This refers to the time when ancestral beings formed the land, the animals and plants, and the laws that keep everything in existence. It is an integral and important aspect in the life of Aboriginal people - it is a construction of how they view the world. Even though the stories of the Dreaming happened a long time ago to create our world, the Dreaming is believed by the Indigenous to exist in a parallel spiritual dimension to our own, called ‘everywhen’.
Each year hundreds of thousands of visitors make the journey to the world heritage listed Uluru Kata Tjuta National Park in the heart of Australia 's red centre. There are two major points of interest within the park: Uluru, also known as ayres rock and Kata Tjuta, also known as Mount Olga or simply the Olgas. Uluru is a magnificent rock formation that reaches 348 metres above the surrounding plain. situated approximately 450 kilometres south-west of Alice Springs by road, Uluru Kata Tjuta National Park covers an area of 1325 square kilometres. The Anangu people are the traditional owners of Uluru and Kata Tjuta.
The Mabo decision changed the legal, political and social relationships between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people. In recognising the traditional rights of Murray Islanders it changed Australia forever. The Mabo decision opened the doors for other indigenous people and groups to be able to claim ownership of land. They were required to prove that they had continuous connection to the land and maintained their traditional associating with it. The 'native title ' is the recognition by law that some aboriginal and torres strait islander people have rights to certain land due to their traditional laws and customs.
The indigenous peoples of the Americas are the descendants of the pre-Columbian inhabitants of the Americas. Pueblos indígenas (indigenous peoples) is a common term in Spanish-speaking countries. Aborigen (aboriginal/native) is used in Argentina, whereas "Amerindian" is used in Quebec, The Guianas, and the English-speaking Caribbean. Indigenous peoples are commonly known in Canada as Aboriginal peoples, which include First Nations, Inuit, and Métis peoples. Indigenous peoples of the United States are commonly known as Native Americans or American Indians, and Alaska Natives.
Southeast Queensland was home to a number of aboriginal people who lived in extended family groups or “clans”. This formed part of the larger community of people – all who spoke the same language or dialect. All families had their own territory and a number of permanent camps were set up. Movement between the camps was planned and logical – all in relation to the changing seasons and new food sources. Logan city was the connection between two major language groups – the Yugambeh and Jaggera.
Mount William Greenstone Axe Quarry located in suburb of Goldie, near the town of Lancefield in Central Victoria. It is approximately 60km north of Melbourne. The area of the quarry site is on a ridgeline located on the northern end of the Mount William Range. The site of the Mt William stone Hatcher quarry in size of around 18 hectares and is subdivided into two group, on the southern side have a size of 10ha portion into three lot with 8ha have 2.4m high fence and is owned by the Indigenous Land Cooperation and two private properties has one hectares each. On the northern side estimated 7 hectares of private land and is unfenced.