Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Australian Continent
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by Howard Johnson
Australian continent is a primary response to distant plate boundary interactions. 1n support of this argument, the late Miocene onset of the Australian stress field in SE Australia, as indicated by structural and sedimento- logical studies, ...
Mosby's Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing and Health Professions - Australian & New Zealand Edition (2014)
by Peter Harris, Sue Nagy, Nicholas Vardaxis
In Australia there are two distinct Indigenous populations: Aboriginal people from the Australian continent and Tasmania, and Torres Strait Islanders. The Indigenous people of New =ealand are commonl\ Nnown as 0Ɨori. It is also important to ...
by Mitchell Rolls, Murray Johnson
the Australian continent constructed a wide variety of watercraft ranging from wood, reed, and bark rafts to highly sophisticated outrigger canoes. Around much of the coast and on inland waterways, one of the most common were canoes ...
by Barbara Charton, John Tietjen
The Australian continent ends at about 44° south latitude.
by Paul Joseph
After British settlement in Sydney in 1788 and wider colonization across the Australian continent in the late 18th and 19th centuries, British settlers took control of Aboriginal land and its natural resources, resulting in a long series of skirmishes ...
by Charles E. Orser Jnr
The antiquity of Australian Aboriginal occupation of the Australian continent extends beyond 50,000 years BP, and much archaeological inquiry isdirected towardsthetiming andorganisation ofancient Aboriginal society.
by Shatrughna P. Sinha
Knowledge of agriculture, domestic animals and the art of using metals had not reached the Australian continent before its discovery by Europeans. Similarly, the use of the plough was confined to the Mediterranean, by the broad wastes of the ...
An Encyclopedia by James B. Minahan
The First Australians, called Aborigines and Torres Strait Islanders, have continuously inhabited the Australian continent for at least 40,000 years. The majority of the Australians are of European descent, mostly Anglo-Saxon or Celtic ...
by Norman Abjorensen, James C. Docherty
2 May: The British government takes possession of the western third of the Australian continent. Perth, the future capital of Western Australia, is founded. 1830 9 February: Charles Sturt follows the Murray River to the sea and proves that it ...
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