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Aboriginal men approaching a settlers farm, 1912. Artist: Charles Robinson

Aboriginal men approaching a settlers farm, 1912. Artist: Charles Robinson


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Aboriginal men approaching a settlers farm, 1912. Artist: Charles Robinson

Aboriginal men approaching a settlers farm, 1912. From More About The Empire by Alice Talwin Morris. [Blackie and Son Limited, London, Glasgow and Bombay, 1912]

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This photo print, taken in 1912 by artist Charles Robinson, depicts a significant moment in Australian history. In the image, a group of Aboriginal men cautiously approach a settler's farm, showcasing the complex relationship between indigenous people and European settlers during this time. The monochrome composition adds an air of mystery and intrigue to the scene as these native men navigate their way towards the unfamiliar territory. Their cautious expressions reflect both curiosity and wariness as they near the settler's dwelling. Set against the backdrop of Australia's vast countryside, this photograph captures a pivotal moment where cultures collide. It serves as a powerful reminder of how colonial expansion impacted indigenous communities across Oceania during the early 20th century. Taken from Alice Talwin Morris' book "More About The Empire" this print not only showcases historical documentation but also highlights the role that literature played in shaping perceptions of empire at that time. Through Robinson's artistry, we are transported back to an era when exploration and conquest were celebrated concepts within British society. As we observe this thought-provoking image today, it prompts us to reflect on our shared heritage while acknowledging the complexities inherent in such encounters between different cultures.

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