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Reuters UK Edition
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge canoe in CanadaThe two were greeted by First Nation Leaders, before heading into the Haida Her
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge canoe in Canada
Reuters UK Edition / Posted an hour ago
The two were greeted by First Nation Leaders, before heading into the Haida Heritage Center and Museum, an award-winning Aboriginal cultural tourism attraction located on Haida Gwaii on British Columbia's Northwest coast. Press CTRL+C (Windows),... Read more
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Sky News Australia
War canoe ferries royalsPrince William and Kate have arrived at a small village off the coast of Britis
War canoe ferries royals
Sky News Australia / Posted an hour ago
Prince William and Kate have arrived at a small village off the coast of British Columbia in a replica aboriginal war canoe, ferried to a remote island by paddlers. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were welcomed on Friday to Haida Gwaii, a remote... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
B.C. government promises millions in benefits for LNG supportpipeline that snakes across British Columbia from close to the Alberta border –
B.C. government promises millions in benefits for LNG support
The Globe and Mail / Posted 3 hours ago
pipeline that snakes across British Columbia from close to the Alberta border – has exposed deep divisions within aboriginal communities. Even with B.C. government promises of $31-million in initial one-time payments, and an ongoing share... Read more
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News.com.au
Royals take replica war canoe in CanadaPrince William and Kate have arrived at a small village off the coast of Britis
Royals take replica war canoe in Canada
News.com.au / Posted 3 hours ago
Prince William and Kate have arrived at a small village off the coast of British Columbia in a replica aboriginal war canoe, ferried to a remote island by paddlers. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were welcomed on Friday to Haida Gwaii, a remote... Read more
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ABC News
Prince William and Kate Arrive in Northern B.C.The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were welcomed Friday to Haida Gwaii, a remote
Prince William and Kate Arrive in Northern B.C.
ABC News / Posted 4 hours ago
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were welcomed Friday to Haida Gwaii, a remote archipelago, by more than a dozen aboriginal chiefs and elders. Young dancers performed for the couple, honoring survivors of Canada's former residential schools —... Read more
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The World Game
FFA look to unearth indigenous starstalent. Indigenous players make up nine per cent of this year's AFL list, whil
FFA look to unearth indigenous stars
The World Game / Posted 4 hours ago
talent. Indigenous players make up nine per cent of this year's AFL list, while 12 per cent of NRL players identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander thanks to targeted recruitment and talent identification programs. That there are no... Read more
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Simcoe Reformer
Aussie educator comes to areasystems, she said. Both are former British colonies, both belong to the Common
Aussie educator comes to area
Simcoe Reformer / Posted 4 hours ago
systems, she said. Both are former British colonies, both belong to the Commonwealth, and both share the issue of an aboriginal population that wasn't always treated fairly. In Dufty's country, about 3 per cent of all students are of... Read more
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Manila Bulletin
Prince William and Kate arrive in northern B.C.British Columbia — Prince William and Kate have arrived at a small village off
Prince William and Kate arrive in northern B.C.
Manila Bulletin / Posted 4 hours ago
British Columbia — Prince William and Kate have arrived at a small village off the coast of British Columbia in a replica aboriginal war canoe, ferried to a remote island by paddlers. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were welcomed Friday to... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Prince William and Kate arrive in northern B.C.Columbia (AP) " Prince William and Kate have arrived at a small village off the
Prince William and Kate arrive in northern B.C.
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 4 hours ago
Columbia (AP) " Prince William and Kate have arrived at a small village off the coast of British Columbia in a replica aboriginal war canoe, ferried to a remote island by paddlers. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were welcomed Friday to... Read more
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Delhi News Record
Aussie educator comes to areasystems, she said. Both are former British colonies, both belong to the Common
Aussie educator comes to area
Delhi News Record / Posted 5 hours ago
systems, she said. Both are former British colonies, both belong to the Commonwealth, and both share the issue of an aboriginal population that wasn't always treated fairly. In Dufty's country, about 3 per cent of all students are of... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Ward takes on Mundine over anthem boycottthe treatment of Indigenous Australians. "Been saying this for years!," Mundin
Ward takes on Mundine over anthem boycott
Kiama Independent / Posted 5 hours ago
the treatment of Indigenous Australians. "Been saying this for years!," Mundine wrote on his Facebook page. "All players aboriginal and non aboriginal should boycott the anthem and start changing Australia's ignorant mentality.” Mr Ward said he... Read more
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Orillia Packet & Times
The noble scavenger"American -- an inhabitant or citizen of the United States, or of the earlier B
The noble scavenger
Orillia Packet & Times / Posted 5 hours ago
"American -- an inhabitant or citizen of the United States, or of the earlier British colonies, not belonging to one of the aboriginal peoples." Even my computer's spell check wants me to capitalize that first letter. (I also note my Gage Canadian... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Old but not weary, Billy Young recounts his time as a teen POWJapanese brutality. But he watched other POWs suffer from starvation and the wo
Old but not weary, Billy Young recounts his time as a teen POW
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 5 hours ago
Japanese brutality. But he watched other POWs suffer from starvation and the worst violence. One such victim was a young Aboriginal soldier Jimmy Darlington, who had dared to strike a Japanese soldier for washing his clothes in the prisoners'... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Mal Brough, Wyatt Roy in line for payoutsconducted the controversial Northern Territory Emergency Response targeted alco
Mal Brough, Wyatt Roy in line for payouts
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 5 hours ago
conducted the controversial Northern Territory Emergency Response targeted alcohol and child abuse and domestic violence in Aboriginal communities. Brough served in the Turnbull Ministry but stood aside in December 2015 amid the media spotlight... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Ward takes on Mundine over anthem boycottthe treatment of Indigenous Australians. "Been saying this for years!," Mundin
Ward takes on Mundine over anthem boycott
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 5 hours ago
the treatment of Indigenous Australians. "Been saying this for years!," Mundine wrote on his Facebook page. "All players aboriginal and non aboriginal should boycott the anthem and start changing Australia's ignorant mentality.” Mr Ward said he... Read more
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Canberra Times
How the Wallabies battled against apartheid in South AfricaAfrica's Justice Minister: "No black man will ever wear a Springbok jersey." Bo
How the Wallabies battled against apartheid in South Africa
Canberra Times / Posted 6 hours ago
Africa's Justice Minister: "No black man will ever wear a Springbok jersey." Boyce gave his four Springboks jerseys to Aboriginal activists to wear while they were demonstrating against the 1971 tour. This link between black rights in South... Read more
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Orillia Packet & Times
Lakehead receives grantsto fund projects that will give researchers a better understanding of domestic
Lakehead receives grants
Orillia Packet & Times / Posted 6 hours ago
to fund projects that will give researchers a better understanding of domestic violence and community policing, how Aboriginal land is being used in northern communities, and the factors that shape Canada-U.S. relations. Dr. Angela Hovey's... Read more
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St. Catharines Standard
Increasing awareness of missing, murdered womenNiagara College students are aiming to raise awareness for the many missing and
Increasing awareness of missing, murdered women
St. Catharines Standard / Posted 7 hours ago
Niagara College students are aiming to raise awareness for the many missing and murdered aboriginal women and girls in Canada. Monday, students will run a workshop encouraging people to join in creating faceless dolls to honour missing and murdered... Read more
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Niagara Falls Review
Increasing awareness of missing, murdered womenNiagara College students are aiming to raise awareness for the many missing and
Increasing awareness of missing, murdered women
Niagara Falls Review / Posted 7 hours ago
Niagara College students are aiming to raise awareness for the many missing and murdered aboriginal women and girls in Canada. Monday, students will run a workshop encouraging people to join in creating faceless dolls to honour missing and murdered... Read more
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Welland Tribune
Increasing awareness of missing, murdered womenNiagara College students are aiming to raise awareness for the many missing and
Increasing awareness of missing, murdered women
Welland Tribune / Posted 7 hours ago
Niagara College students are aiming to raise awareness for the many missing and murdered aboriginal women and girls in Canada. Monday, students will run a workshop encouraging people to join in creating faceless dolls to honour missing and murdered... Read more
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SportsFan
Thanks for everything, Mr Walkermanaged to sledge his former Adelaide teammate during his speech. Lynch does ha
Thanks for everything, Mr Walker
SportsFan / Posted 7 hours ago
managed to sledge his former Adelaide teammate during his speech. Lynch does have a fair set of chompers. "All players aboriginal & non aboriginal should boycott the anthem & start changing Australia’s ignorant mentality...lets move forward... Read more
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Canberra Times
Petronas may sell majority stake in Canadian LNG projectsigned on for the project in 2012 through the acquisition of Canada's Progress
Petronas may sell majority stake in Canadian LNG project
Canberra Times / Posted 9 hours ago
signed on for the project in 2012 through the acquisition of Canada's Progress Energy. It has faced several hurdles. Aboriginal and environmental groups have said the project would threaten a salmon habitat. The LNG price decline added to... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Petronas may sell majority stake in Canadian LNG projectsigned on for the project in 2012 through the acquisition of Canada's Progress
Petronas may sell majority stake in Canadian LNG project
Brisbane Times / Posted 9 hours ago
signed on for the project in 2012 through the acquisition of Canada's Progress Energy. It has faced several hurdles. Aboriginal and environmental groups have said the project would threaten a salmon habitat. The LNG price decline added to... Read more
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BC Local News
Vancouver Island University hosts The Witness Blankethopes to see many relationships develop throughout the course of the show. To a
Vancouver Island University hosts The Witness Blanket
BC Local News / Posted 9 hours ago
hopes to see many relationships develop throughout the course of the show. To accompany the exhibit, VIU’s Office of Aboriginal Education is offering a workshop on reconciliation, called The Blanket Exercise, which leads participants through... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Terror Twins reveal life story from behind bars20s, when they found Islam. The brothers were interviewed separately in April
Terror Twins reveal life story from behind bars
Calgary Sun / Posted 9 hours ago
20s, when they found Islam. The brothers were interviewed separately in April 2015 by Mark Marsolais, an advocate for aboriginal offenders who was documenting the history of the Islamic extremists, who identify as Algonquin. The interviews... Read more
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The Age
Petronas may sell majority stake in Canadian LNG projectsigned on for the project in 2012 through the acquisition of Canada's Progress
Petronas may sell majority stake in Canadian LNG project
The Age / Posted 9 hours ago
signed on for the project in 2012 through the acquisition of Canada's Progress Energy. It has faced several hurdles. Aboriginal and environmental groups have said the project would threaten a salmon habitat. The LNG price decline added to... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Petronas may sell majority stake in Canadian LNG projectsigned on for the project in 2012 through the acquisition of Canada's Progress
Petronas may sell majority stake in Canadian LNG project
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 9 hours ago
signed on for the project in 2012 through the acquisition of Canada's Progress Energy. It has faced several hurdles. Aboriginal and environmental groups have said the project would threaten a salmon habitat. The LNG price decline added to... Read more
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Nanaimo News Bulletin
Vancouver Island University hosts The Witness Blankethopes to see many relationships develop throughout the course of the show. To a
Vancouver Island University hosts The Witness Blanket
Nanaimo News Bulletin / Posted 9 hours ago
hopes to see many relationships develop throughout the course of the show. To accompany the exhibit, VIU’s Office of Aboriginal Education is offering a workshop on reconciliation, called The Blanket Exercise, which leads participants through... Read more
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Pincher Creek Echo
Cardston girl missingCardston RCMP are requesting the public's help in locating Ashwanti Weasel Mocc
Cardston girl missing
Pincher Creek Echo / Posted 10 hours ago
Cardston RCMP are requesting the public's help in locating Ashwanti Weasel Moccasin, 14. The 5'2" tall 14-year-old aboriginal girl has long black hair and she was last seen wearing a black sweater, blue jeans and white shoes. She may have last been... Read more
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Vernon Morning Star
A royal affairFirst Nations celebrations in the Yukon. It’s a lovely boost for the province,
A royal affair
Vernon Morning Star / Posted 10 hours ago
First Nations celebrations in the Yukon. It’s a lovely boost for the province, and public awareness for the issues facing aboriginal Canadians. While Grand Chief Stewart Phillip has boycotted royal events, his stand-in, Chief John Kruger of the... Read more
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Abbotsford News
Convicted murderer arrested in Abbotsford in June faces sex assault charges2015, meaning he had to reside in a halfway house and return there nightly. Be
Convicted murderer arrested in Abbotsford in June faces sex assault charges
Abbotsford News / Posted 10 hours ago
2015, meaning he had to reside in a halfway house and return there nightly. Before his day parole, he was living in an aboriginal healing village in the Fraser Valley within the Correctional Service of Canada system and able to go on short-term... Read more
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BC Local News
Convicted murderer arrested in Abbotsford in June faces sex assault charges2015, meaning he had to reside in a halfway house and return there nightly. Be
Convicted murderer arrested in Abbotsford in June faces sex assault charges
BC Local News / Posted 10 hours ago
2015, meaning he had to reside in a halfway house and return there nightly. Before his day parole, he was living in an aboriginal healing village in the Fraser Valley within the Correctional Service of Canada system and able to go on short-term... Read more
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Spruce Grove Examiner
Delve into the culture of the tri-region– 3 p.m., library events will include writing workshops, crafts, music by the G
Delve into the culture of the tri-region
Spruce Grove Examiner / Posted 10 hours ago
– 3 p.m., library events will include writing workshops, crafts, music by the Grove City Barbershop Harmony Chorus, and Aboriginal stories around a campfire in front of a teepee. Stony Plain Youth Centre Youth will have a blast at a teen open... Read more
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CBC.ca
Potlotek First Nation tells members to use bottled watereach other, we try to provide support and everything," said Eskasoni spokesman
Potlotek First Nation tells members to use bottled water
CBC.ca / Posted 11 hours ago
each other, we try to provide support and everything," said Eskasoni spokesman George Paul. 'We need lots of water' The Aboriginal Atlantic Policy Congress is meeting this week in Halifax and the dirty water situation in Potlotek was at the top... Read more
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BC Local News
Reconciliation walk in Chilliwack starts journey of understandingwill take time," said Shaw. It's part of a series of events the cluster of chu
Reconciliation walk in Chilliwack starts journey of understanding
BC Local News / Posted 11 hours ago
will take time," said Shaw. It's part of a series of events the cluster of churches is planning with reconciliation with Aboriginal people as the intent, and it falls on Orange Shirt Day. Clarence Pennier, a grand chief of the Sto:lo Tribal... Read more
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The Chilliwack Progress
Reconciliation walk in Chilliwack starts journey of understandingwill take time," said Shaw. It's part of a series of events the cluster of chu
Reconciliation walk in Chilliwack starts journey of understanding
The Chilliwack Progress / Posted 11 hours ago
will take time," said Shaw. It's part of a series of events the cluster of churches is planning with reconciliation with Aboriginal people as the intent, and it falls on Orange Shirt Day. Clarence Pennier, a grand chief of the Sto:lo Tribal... Read more
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The China Post
Government-funded hepatitis A vaccinations available from todayamong people born after Jan. 1, 1977, apart from those already targeted for the
Government-funded hepatitis A vaccinations available from today
The China Post / Posted 12 hours ago
among people born after Jan. 1, 1977, apart from those already targeted for the free hepatitis A vaccinations. Children in aboriginal areas or rural townships adjacent to aboriginal areas, and in Kinmen and Matsu — island groups off Taiwan — as... Read more
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CBC.ca
Orange Shirt Day: How a 6-year-old's 1st day at residential school inspired a movementwho will share stories of what it was like to attend residential schools, said
Orange Shirt Day: How a 6-year-old's 1st day at residential school inspired a movement
CBC.ca / Posted 12 hours ago
who will share stories of what it was like to attend residential schools, said Joe Hislip, the district principal for aboriginal education in Mission. Orange Shirt Day began in Williams Lake in 2013 and has since spread to schools across B.C.... Read more
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Western Advocate
The week in photoswhile negotiating one of the many steep narrow stairways located within the Luc
The week in photos
Western Advocate / Posted 13 hours ago
while negotiating one of the many steep narrow stairways located within the Lucas Cave. LIGHTNING RIDGE: Minister for Aboriginal Affairs Victor Dominello, Trinette Simms and Regional Councillor Anne Dennis during the NSW Aboriginal Land... Read more
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BC Local News
Convicted northwestern B.C. murderer faces new chargesHer seven-year-old daughter was in the house at the time. Before his day parol
Convicted northwestern B.C. murderer faces new charges
BC Local News / Posted 13 hours ago
Her seven-year-old daughter was in the house at the time. Before his day parole last year, Alexander was living in an aboriginal healing village in the Fraser Valley within the Correctional Service of Canada system and able to go on short term... Read more
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Terrace Standard
Convicted northwestern B.C. murderer faces new chargesHer seven-year-old daughter was in the house at the time. Before his day parol
Convicted northwestern B.C. murderer faces new charges
Terrace Standard / Posted 13 hours ago
Her seven-year-old daughter was in the house at the time. Before his day parole last year, Alexander was living in an aboriginal healing village in the Fraser Valley within the Correctional Service of Canada system and able to go on short term... Read more
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Manitoulin Expositor
TEK elders plan Parliament Hill demonstration against aerial sprayingprotest the spraying of herbicides in traditional territories of the Anishinabe
TEK elders plan Parliament Hill demonstration against aerial spraying
Manitoulin Expositor / Posted 14 hours ago
protest the spraying of herbicides in traditional territories of the Anishinabek Nation. They say it is clearly a breach of aboriginal rights included in the Robinson-Huron Treaty, in a section stating, “and further to allow the said chiefs and... Read more
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CTV News
'Her hurt is what hurts us': Foster parents lose emergency motion to keep Metis toddler$500,000 fighting the ministry, she said. The ministry has said it must obtain
'Her hurt is what hurts us': Foster parents lose emergency motion to keep Metis toddler
CTV News / Posted 18 hours ago
$500,000 fighting the ministry, she said. The ministry has said it must obtain approval from a committee before placing an aboriginal child in a non-aboriginal home and that it also develops cultural plans to preserve the child's heritage. Sibling... Read more
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Brisbane Times
AFL and NRL grand finals 2016: It's the Kiss of Death for Melbourne Storms and Sydney Swans!attacks – only very worrying reports on his gambling, etc. Anthony Mundine: "B
AFL and NRL grand finals 2016: It's the Kiss of Death for Melbourne Storms and Sydney Swans!
Brisbane Times / Posted 18 hours ago
attacks – only very worrying reports on his gambling, etc. Anthony Mundine: "Been saying this for years! All players Aboriginal & non Aboriginal should boycott the anthem & start changing Australia's ignorant mentality." The boxer's... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Rome scholarship set up in memory of Indigenous boy lost 163 years agoto Italy in 1849 from the Benedictine-founded New Norcia abbey 132 kilometres f
Rome scholarship set up in memory of Indigenous boy lost 163 years ago
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 19 hours ago
to Italy in 1849 from the Benedictine-founded New Norcia abbey 132 kilometres from Perth. In the decade from 1848, five Aboriginal boys and one girl were sent by Australian Catholic authorities to undertake further study in Italy, with the boys... Read more
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The Young Witness
Rome scholarship set up in memory of Indigenous boy lost 163 years agoto Italy in 1849 from the Benedictine-founded New Norcia abbey 132 kilometres f
Rome scholarship set up in memory of Indigenous boy lost 163 years ago
The Young Witness / Posted 19 hours ago
to Italy in 1849 from the Benedictine-founded New Norcia abbey 132 kilometres from Perth. In the decade from 1848, five Aboriginal boys and one girl were sent by Australian Catholic authorities to undertake further study in Italy, with the boys... Read more
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Western Advocate
Rome scholarship set up in memory of Indigenous boy lost 163 years agoto Italy in 1849 from the Benedictine-founded New Norcia abbey 132 kilometres f
Rome scholarship set up in memory of Indigenous boy lost 163 years ago
Western Advocate / Posted 19 hours ago
to Italy in 1849 from the Benedictine-founded New Norcia abbey 132 kilometres from Perth. In the decade from 1848, five Aboriginal boys and one girl were sent by Australian Catholic authorities to undertake further study in Italy, with the boys... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Rome scholarship set up in memory of Indigenous boy lost 163 years agoto Italy in 1849 from the Benedictine-founded New Norcia abbey 132 kilometres f
Rome scholarship set up in memory of Indigenous boy lost 163 years ago
Kiama Independent / Posted 19 hours ago
to Italy in 1849 from the Benedictine-founded New Norcia abbey 132 kilometres from Perth. In the decade from 1848, five Aboriginal boys and one girl were sent by Australian Catholic authorities to undertake further study in Italy, with the boys... Read more
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Manning River Times
Rome scholarship set up in memory of Indigenous boy lost 163 years agoto Italy in 1849 from the Benedictine-founded New Norcia abbey 132 kilometres f
Rome scholarship set up in memory of Indigenous boy lost 163 years ago
Manning River Times / Posted 19 hours ago
to Italy in 1849 from the Benedictine-founded New Norcia abbey 132 kilometres from Perth. In the decade from 1848, five Aboriginal boys and one girl were sent by Australian Catholic authorities to undertake further study in Italy, with the boys... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Rome scholarship set up in memory of Indigenous boy lost 163 years agoto Italy in 1849 from the Benedictine-founded New Norcia abbey 132 kilometres f
Rome scholarship set up in memory of Indigenous boy lost 163 years ago
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 19 hours ago
to Italy in 1849 from the Benedictine-founded New Norcia abbey 132 kilometres from Perth. In the decade from 1848, five Aboriginal boys and one girl were sent by Australian Catholic authorities to undertake further study in Italy, with the boys... Read more
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