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Gweagal — Wikipedia Republished // WIKI 2

Gweagal. Quite the same Wikipedia. Just better. What we do. Every page goes through several hundred of perfecting techniques; in live mode. Quite the same Wikipedia. Just better.

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History of Canberra - WikiVisually

The Tuggeranong sandstone axe-grinding grooves. Ngambri women in the past prepared bread using native seeds at the site while men sharpened axes. The Wanniassa canoe tree, a gumtree used in the late 1800s or early 1900s to make a canoe that was paddled on the Molonglo River for a span of several summers. See also

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Dave's ACT: A COAT OF ARMS FOR CANBERRA

Aug 11, 2011 · a coat of arms for canberra This is the story of Canberra's Coat of Arms from the conclusion of a design competition in 1927 which drew 35 entries, through a vague selection process, to an eventual winner.

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Dave Wheeler's Thoughts & Yarns: February 2016

The grooves were made by the Ngambri many years ago as a result of the process involved with them creating and sharpening their stone axes. The grooves are situated on a sandstone outcrop. Sandstone is not common in the area. They must have found it a superior rock to work with than granite.

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Cage of ghosts, 1994-2006 [picture] / Jon Rhodes ...

Images include grave, carved, scarred and canoe trees, rock engravings, grinding grooves and wells, cave paintings, sculpture and replica gunyah, fish traps, graves and war memorials. The photographs include locations in the Australian Capital Territory, New South Wales, Victoria and Queensland. Notes

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9 Best Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander images in 2019 ...

May 30, 2019- We acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land - the Ngunnawal people. We acknowledge and respect their continuing culture and the contribution they make to the life of the Australian Capital Territory, Canberra and the region. See more ideas about Australian capital territory, Landing and Primary school.

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Histories - Corroboree Trees

James Ainslie and Ija Ngambri are seven generations removed from their descendants of today. The line of descendancy is believed to have begun with their daughter Nanny. Nanny may have been one of the first Ngambri people with mixed ancestry, according to the claims of current Ngambri .

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Part 14: ACT Indigenous Water Engagement Consultation Report

Appendix K Part 14: ACT Indigenous Water Engagement Consultation Report The following consultation was carried out with the ACT Indigenous peoples, as described in Chapter 13 of the ACT WRP Comprehensive Report.

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9 Causes of Grinding Noise & Vibration When Braking

Apr 16, 2019 · Common Causes of Noise and Vibration when Braking. When you hear an annoying sound such as grinding, rubbing, squealing, or metal scraping sound while driving and applying the brakes, then you may have a problem.

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How to Cut Drain Grooves in Concrete | Hunker

How to Cut Drain Grooves in Concrete By Lisa Wampler. SAVE; A drainage groove is an indentation in concrete that allows water to drain away from a foundation or into a drainage system.When concrete is installed, drainage grooves are often formed before the concrete dries. However, if you determine you need drainage grooves after the concrete ...

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History of Canberra - WikiVisually

The Tuggeranong sandstone axe-grinding grooves. Ngambri women in the past prepared bread using native seeds at the site while men sharpened axes. The Wanniassa canoe tree, a gumtree used in the late 1800s or early 1900s to make a canoe that was paddled on the Molonglo River for a span of several summers. See also

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Cage of ghosts, 1994-2006 [picture] / Jon Rhodes ...

Images include grave, carved, scarred and canoe trees, rock engravings, grinding grooves and wells, cave paintings, sculpture and replica gunyah, fish traps, graves and war memorials. The photographs include locations in the Australian Capital Territory, New South Wales, Victoria and Queensland. Notes

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Thousands of Indigenous heritage sites scattered across ...

Some of the most prominent publicly accessible sites include a set of ancient grinding grooves in South Tuggeranong, rock paintings at Yankee Hat in Namadgi National Park, and an ochre quarry ...

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Part 14: ACT Indigenous Water Engagement Consultation Report

• Umbagong Grinding Grooves, Latham • Gubur Dhaura Ochre Quarry, Franklin Topics covered included: • Cultural site identification • Integrity of the sites. • Discussed the Heritage Registration of both sites. • Ongoing program management surrounding the site. • Integrated weed .

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The cultural riches of ancient south-east Australia ...

Mar 15, 2017 · We've lost a fine axe-grinding groove site in Canberra through vandalism and they're very rare. Luckily, the Canberra Archaeological Society took a full suite of photos so we at least we know what it was like, and photos and records are in the Canberra Heritage Library in Woden and in the AIATSIS (Australian Institute of Aboriginal and ...

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History of Canberra - Wikipedia

The Tuggeranong sandstone axe-grinding grooves. Ngambri women in the past prepared bread using native seeds at the site while men sharpened axes. The Wanniassa canoe tree, a gumtree used in the late 1800s or early 1900s to make a canoe that was paddled on .

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Trapezoidal Grooving - Cardinal International Grooving and ...

Nobody grooves runways as quickly and efficiently as Cardinal/International Grooving and Grinding of Conshohocken, Pennsylvania. With over fifty patents in the grooving and related fields, Cardinal is the recognized world leader in airport grooving quality and production.

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Aboriginal heritage sites in south Canberra – ANTaR ACT

Aboriginal heritage sites in south Canberra 26 March 2017 Julie Evans Leave a comment In February 2017, a group of ANTaR ACT members walked around Wanniassa to see scarred trees, and then went down to Tuggeranong Hill in Theodore to see the grinding grooves there.

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Stone Tools - YouTube

Aboriginal shell midden at the south side of Barrack Point, Australia. Not much of the midden at this site remains due to coastal erosion. However some stone tools can still be found along the poin...

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31 Best Ngunnawal country images in 2019 | Management ...

The segment from the summit of Mount Ainslie provides an overview of Ngunnawal Country and points out where the neighbouring tribes such as the Wiradjuri, Gu.

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