Saturday, February 26, 2011

CANBERRA BLACKS - THE LOST TRIBE


An article discussing the inhabitant numbers of Aboriginal people in the Canberra region at the time of European settlement. Explorer Dr John Lhotsky's (bio) claim that there were no Aboriginals in the Limestone Plains district in 1834 is corrected with an explanation for the Peoples absence and fluctuating population at the time of his passing through to the Australian Alps.

The Canberra Times - 17 June 1927



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  1. G'Day Dave, I found you as a follower on my blog and came across for a look.You have a very interesting blog and I am pleased to have found it. I will check in for a longer read from time to time. especially of interest because you have heaps of local knowledge to share.Cheers.

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