Aboriginal Population

Some articles on aboriginal, aboriginal population, population:

History Of Sydney - Colonial Sydney - Discovery and Settlement By Britain - 1788 and The Establishment of Sydney
... and was so impressed by the confident and manly behaviour of the local Aboriginal people of the Cannalgal and Kayimai clans who waded out to meet his boat in North Harbour, that he gave the cove the name Manly Cove ... personal intent was to establish harmonious relations with local Aboriginal people and try to reform as well as discipline the convicts of the colony ... European settlement had a disastrous impact on the local Aboriginal people ...
Slavic Settlement Of The Eastern Alps - Slavs and The Aboriginal Population
... in the Eastern Alps region, Slavs subsequently subjugated the aboriginal Romanised population which had dwelt in the territory of the former Noricum province and in its cities ... In late antiquity, the aboriginal population evaded Slavic settlers by moving into remote and elevated places, usually hills, where they built ... Part of the aboriginal population escaped into Italy and to the cities along the Adriatic coast, among them Civitas Nova (modern Novigrad) ...
Wood Buffalo, Alberta - Demographics - Visible Minorities and Aboriginal Population
... more than 10% of residents identified as Aboriginal ... Visible minorities and Aboriginal population Canada 2006 Census Population % of Total Population Visible minority group South Asian 1,780 3.5% Chinese 540 1.1% Black 720 1.4% Filipino 750 1.5% Latin American 570 1.1 ...
Demographics Of Yukon - Visible Minorities and Aboriginals
... Yukon to Canada Comparison Total population Total aboriginal First Nation M├ętis Inuit Multiple Other Percentage of total Yukon Total 30,650 6,175 5,330 170. 20.1% Male 15,810 2,965 2,850 40. 10 ... Aboriginal pop ... Aboriginal pop ...
Keith Windschuttle - The Fabrication of Aboriginal History, Volume One, Van Diemen's Land 1803 - 1847
... See also History Wars In his The Fabrication of Aboriginal History, Volume One, the first book of a projected multi-volume examination of frontier encounters between white colonizers and Aborigines ... politicized reading of the past, and for inflating the number of Aboriginal deaths ... Australians he drastically reduces the figures for the Tasmanian Aboriginal death toll, and writes that Aborigines referred to by both Reynolds and Ryan as resistance figures, included "black ...

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