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Ngambri LALC’s Aboriginal Heritage book tell stories of Queanbeyan region

CommunityDuring the late 1800s, the New South Wales Government forced Aboriginal people to live on government reserves, missions and stations across New South Wales, usually with disregard for the placement of other family members and the location of tribal lands. Recollections of life throughout the mid-1900s on 'Hollywood Mission' near Yass, 'Erambie Mission' near Cowra, and 'Brungle Mission' north of Tumut, reveal the...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 17 December 2014 07:49

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Gamarada Wurrungwuri Day

CommunityGamarada Wurrungwuri Day brings Indigenous and non-Indigenous students from local schools together. Riverside continues its commitment to implementing the Australian cross-curricular priority: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander ATSI Culture and History.

Uncle Laurie, from the Pittwater region, opened the day with several traditional ceremonies – ochre painting and the smoking ceremony.

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 10 December 2014 07:15

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