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A large group of Aborigines, men, women and children, suddenly appeared late morning on top of a hill behind the Risdon outpost, on a kangaroo drive.
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At the outset, inan estimated 2, Aborigines were in the war zone. In he courted controversy by walking alongside paedophile priest Gerald Ridsdale, with whom he'd shared a house with in Ballarat, on his way into Melbourne Magistrate's Court.
Misunderstanding their intentions, the officer in charge ordered two detachments of military to fire on the Aborigines in two separate engagements in which at least two Aborigines were killed. Media Video Audio Photos.
In September , the Tasmanian Parliament passed legislation to recognise out-of-state same-sex unions as significant relationships. The reports of 61 colonists killed by Aborigines in this period are found in 44 inquests located in the official archives. The war on the pastoral frontier in Tasmania had terrifying consequences for the Tasmanian Aborigines.
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