Flying Foam massacre remembered across the nation
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For the first time in 145 years, black and white Australians have jointly organised the first national commemoration day of one of Australia's largest massacres - the Flying Foam Massacre.
The remembrance of the massacre nearly a century and a half later commenced at dawn on Sunday, February 17.
It was not only remembered in the north west of Australia but also in...
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