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3 Facts:

  1. Indigenous people couldn’t vote until 1962 and weren’t counted in Australia’s population until 1971.
  2. In 1642 a Dutch explorer stumbled across Tasmania if he didn’t leave we would all be speaking Dutch.
  3. In 1770 captain. James Cook claimed a whole chunk of Australia but Australia didn’t become a country until a lot later.
  • questions:

 

  1. Why did the Dutch explorer leave the land?
  2. Why did each state have to be separated?

 

1 Insight:

 

  1. An insight I had was that indigenous people weren’t part of our population until 1971!

 

federation

Ladies  & Gentlemen,
It has come to mind that the 6 states of Australia are being threatened as you may already know that the chines men & women live in Australia already. China and Japan have colonizing in big number and one day they might over throw us and they could take everything we have. So if we come together we might have a good chance of winning and keep our place in Australia so let come together & we will have a chance

but how something so tiny

but how can something so tiny

One day a was taking a stroll in the woods. Everything was so bad but then i was walking home when i sore something on the floe and he thought he mind was playing trick on him but as he started to walk home the little thing on the floe was going the same was the man was so he had gotten home and was in side when he herd a nose out side of he window when he went to check there was not one thing there so he went to bed and it happen then look and it was tiny man. the end

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3 Facts:

  1. Indigenous people couldn’t vote until 1962 and weren’t counted in Australia’s population until 1971.
  2. In 1642 a Dutch explorer stumbled across Tasmania if he didn’t leave we would all be speaking Dutch.
  3. In 1770 captain. James Cook claimed a whole chunk of Australia but Australia didn’t become a country until a lot later.
  • questions:

 

  1. Why did the Dutch explorer leave the land?
  2. Why did each state have to be separated?

 

1 Insight:

 

  1. An insight I had was that indigenous people weren’t part of our population until 1971!