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1750-1918

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    missions and reserves

    Some white settlers such as, government officials and Christians tried to help aboriginal people. They thought if they didn’t help them they wouldn’t survive. So they set up reserves and missions for them to live on. There traditional way of life died as they become more independent on handouts from the European settlers because they were unable to travel around in there nomad way. So the European settlers tried to civilize them because they thought the aboriginals lived uncivilized.
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    Making a Nation

    During this timespan alot of things happened such as, New laws, wealth, new economy, new government, the goldrush, revolution, and all of that is what people learn in history classes today, that is why all the events listed is called Making a Nation.
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    Laws and immagration

    The white austral policy, immigration restriction act and the Pacific Islander labourers act ensured that only British immigrants would be welcome in Australia. Passed laws that cared for less fortunate citizens; elderly and disability pensions, injury compensation and maternity leave of 5 pounds.
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    Helping the indigenous

    Alfred wernam canning was selected to survey the route and he used indigenous people to help him find water. The stock route was very important to indigenous people area as it followed water holes that were important ceremonial places.
  • Why the British moved to Australia

    Transportation is when the convicts from Europe were shipped overseas to populate and settle newly discovered places. England was overcrowded with convicts because they were being arrested for small crimes like stealing bread etc. The discovery of new places was a great help for the Europeans and their overcrowding problem. These convicts settled in Australia.
  • Why people moved

    Migration is where normal citizens were looking for a new life so they travelled overseas in search of more and to help further populate these places. The people would migrate to the USA and Australia to settle the newly discovered land further than just convicts and soldiers. The families also moved across seas in search of safety from famine, political upheavals and poverty.
  • First Fleet Departure

    First Fleet Departure
    On the 13 of may 1787 the first fleet departed Great Britan to journey to Australia.
  • First Fleet via pit stops

    First Fleet via pit stops
    The first fleet had some pit stops during they 1 year journy such as, rio de janeiro, Cape town.
  • First Fleet via botany bay

    First Fleet via botany bay
    In 1788 the first fleet arived at botany bay mid way through january.
  • First Greetings

    First Greetings
    The British settlers arrived in 1788 by sailing ships. The aboriginal people were there for Thousands of years and to see different white people, it was a shock. At first the British wanted to get the aboriginal people working with them. The aboriginal people wanted to stay away from the British settlers, but as more British settlers kept coming it was really hard for the aboriginals to stay away. The British wanted to avoid conflict with the aboriginal people by treating them with kindness. Cap
  • Gold Rush

  • WW1- Weopons

    The flame thrower was used to frighten the French and British soldiers. The flamethrower would work by launching burning fuel at the enemy’s. Poison gases was used to scare soldiers and to give the most horrible deaths to soldiers whom have breathed it in. gas masks were used to prevent from breathing the gas in.
  • battles in WW1

    • The battle of Verdun
    • The battle of the Somme
    • The third battle of Ypres
    • The battle of fromelles
  • Who declared war on who

    • Austria-Hungary declared war on Serbia because of the assassination.
    • Russia declared war on Austria-Hungary.
    • Germany declared war on Russia
    • France declared war on Germany and Austria-Hungary.
    • Great Britain declared war on Germany.
  • stats on ww1 part 1

    • 9 million soldiers were killed in world war 1
    • The population at the time was estimated as 1.7billion people
    • 1914 start, 1918 end
    • Australia had 4 million people.
    • 416,809 men aged between 18-44 years old enrolled to fight.
    • 58,961 died.
  • WW1 stats part 2

    • 65% of those Australians who enrolled became casualties of war.
    • Cost at the end damage was $186.3 billion
    • Wounded soldiers was 19.7 million
    • Total casualties was 37 million
    • Number of years fight was 4 years.
    • Missing POW’s from ww1 was 7.7 million
    • Civilian casualties was 8,865,650