Australian Colonies: Lecture Analysis

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Lecture: One point from the lecture that I thought was very interesting was that the Aboriginal people did very critical jobs for the developing Australian colonies. They were able to use their knowledge of the environment to be excellent guides, which was a job in high demand for people trying to explore and settle remote lands. Not only did the Aboriginals just guide the colonists to the correct location, but also they found food for the colonists, found resources for the colonists, and kept the colonists away from the many dangers living in the Australian wilderness. Without the Aboriginals, the colonists simply could not have performed a successful exploration of any part of Australia. Discussion: I found it very important to note that
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