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  1. 1. IndigenousAustraliansbeforeandaftertheBritish Empire<br />GabrielaVidal Andraca<br />
  2. 2. Tospeak of a culture involves more thanhistory, culture and traditionsbut at firstwehavetoknowsomedetailstounderstandbeyondwhatweknow. This culture especiallyisone of which has goneahead in spiteof suffering.<br />Introduction<br />
  3. 3. Beforethe British Empire<br />. Though in IndigineousAustralians are beingrelatedtothesignificantdifferences in social, culture andlinguistic culture costumes. <br />Aboriginalsocietywerereallyrelativelymobile, becausethechangingfoodavailabilityfoundacrossdifferentareas. <br />Theway of lifechangedduetothedifferentstraditions and howtheythought, fromregiontoregion<br />
  4. 4. AustraliansAborigineswerepeolpewhomaintained a hunter-gathereexistence, theyhunted and foragedforfoodfromtheland, with a complex oral culture and spiritual values and a belief in thedreamtime (thedreamtimelaiddownthepatterns of lifefortheAboriginalpeople).<br />In differentsparts of Australia, therewere more than 250 languagesspokenbyindigenousbeforethearrival of Europeans, most of these are nowextinct, and only 15 languagesstill be use.<br />
  5. 5. Theearliestwritingsaboutthediscovery of Australia, byEuropeanexplorersdatingfromtheearlyseventeenthcentury. SomethinginterestingoccurredwhenMatteoRicci, anItalian, made a map and in thespacewherenow stands Australia wrote: Nessunoèstato in questaterra del sud, quindisappiamonulla (No one has been in thisland of thesouth, so weknownothingaboutit).<br />
  6. 6. Afterthe British Empire<br />In 1770, theEndeavourexpeditioncommandedby James Cook navigatedand landed at BotanyBayonApril29th. He claimedtheeastcoast and namedit New South Wales. TheirfindingsledthefirstEuropeansettlement, oftenisconsideredthediscoverer, butobviouslybeforethissomeothersexplorers done itbefore and the real occurredover a hundredyearsearlier. <br />
  7. 7. Sometimesthe British madetripstoknewothersparts of Australia, butobviouslytheywantothersthings, and some of theaboriginalshelpedthem. Theserelationsbecame hostil as theyrealizedthatAboriginalland and resourceswhichthey depended and order of hislifewasseriouslyaffectedbythecontinuedpresence of thecolonizers.<br />
  8. 8. Between1790 and 1810, theclans of theEoragroup and PemulwuyBidjigal clan (in differentsparts of Australia), undertook a campaign of resistanceagainstthe English colonists in a series of attacks.<br />Aftersomeyears and sometrips in Australia, thebritishstartedtheestablishment of more and more colonies.<br />
  9. 9.  Conclusion<br />Initially, relationsbetweentheexplorers and theaboriginalinhabitantswereusuallyhospital-basedunderstandingof theterms of trade of food, water, axes, clothandobjects. Theaustralianhadtoendure lot of thingsbut at theendtheyrealizedthatthecame of theBritish Empireonlywasfor more power and becausetherewere a potency and theyonlywantmorethingstotakefromthem.<br />
  10. 10. BIBLIOGRAPHY<br />http://www.infoplease.com/ipa/A0107296.html?pageno=4<br />http://www.indigenousaustralia.inf<br />http://www.business.curtin.edu.au/files/09.01.pdf<br />http://translate.google.com/translate?hl=es&sl=en&tl=es&u=http%3A%2F%2Faustralia.gov.au%2Fabout-australia%2Faustralian-story%2Feuropean-discovery-and-colonisation&anno=2<br />
  11. 11. Thank you!<br />

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