Aboriginal History in Australia

The Europeans living in these urban areas also alienated these Aboriginals, as they looked different, and acted differently to the Europeans. (Morgan, 2001) The late 1800s, to early 1900s were the times where children were removed from their Aboriginal parents when they were considered to be half-caste (half European, half Aboriginal) as they were considered to be easier to assimilate, and were sent to live in foster care, with white families, who taught them the western way of life, and provided them with clothing worn by European children, and names used by the community. Mission stations were set up to make Aboriginals wear European clothing, and adopt European names. As Aboriginal culture was not dominant in these times, white Australians found it easy to attempt to make Australia all white. This racist policy was exacerbated by the fact that Aboriginals were not allowed to attend the same venues, or be in the same area as white citizens, in places



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