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VIDEO : The Lake Condah region in south-west Victoria shows evidence of a network of channels and rock structures used by the Indigenous inhabitants for trapping eels. If the dating of the fish traps is correct, they would be some of the most ancient structures of this type in existence

VIDEO : The Lake Condah region in south-west Victoria shows evidence of a network of channels and rock structures used by the Indigenous inhabitants for trapping eels. If the dating of the fish traps is correct, they would be some of the most ancient structures of this type in existence

Aboriginal Technology - Canoe Making

Aboriginal Technology - Canoe Making

Aboriginal Technology -   Women collecting pippies and men cooking them in a sand oven - Source:Thomas Dick Collection, Australian Museum.

Aboriginal Technology - Women collecting pippies and men cooking them in a sand oven - Source:Thomas Dick Collection, Australian Museum.

Australian Aboriginal women and children belonging to the Arunta tribe, Central Australia, 1934

Australian Aboriginal women and children belonging to the Arunta tribe, Central Australia, 1934

Richard Daintree 1832-1878, photographer. Portrait of an Aboriginal child Date [ca. 1858] photograph : albumen silver

Richard Daintree 1832-1878, photographer. Portrait of an Aboriginal child Date [ca. 1858] photograph : albumen silver

Aboriginal Technology -   This photo of Aboriginal Houses was taken in 1894. Source: Aboriginal Technology: Housing, Alex Barlow, Macmillan Education Australia (1994)

Aboriginal Technology - This photo of Aboriginal Houses was taken in 1894. Source: Aboriginal Technology: Housing, Alex Barlow, Macmillan Education Australia (1994)

Stilt Shelter - Aborginal Environments Research Centre site at The University of Queensland Another barrel-vaulted, stringybark roofed shelter (found in Burara country, North Central Arnhem Land) A local name for this type of shelter translates as ‘table on stilts’. (Memmott)

Stilt Shelter - Aborginal Environments Research Centre site at The University of Queensland Another barrel-vaulted, stringybark roofed shelter (found in Burara country, North Central Arnhem Land) A local name for this type of shelter translates as ‘table on stilts’. (Memmott)

Replica of a temporary Aboriginal shelter. This is a ‘gunya’ that was rebuilt in the Botanic Gardens in Sydney. The interpretive sign fails to mention that Aboriginal people also built permanent houses, a fact lost on many people learning about Aboriginal culture.  Read more: http://www.creativespirits.info/aboriginalculture/land/aboriginal-houses#ixzz2tajiaLIG

Replica of a temporary Aboriginal shelter. This is a ‘gunya’ that was rebuilt in the Botanic Gardens in Sydney. The interpretive sign fails to mention that Aboriginal people also built permanent houses, a fact lost on many people learning about Aboriginal culture. Read more: http://www.creativespirits.info/aboriginalculture/land/aboriginal-houses#ixzz2tajiaLIG

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