Inhabitants of Tasmania, Van Diemens Land.

Tasmania, Inhabitants, Van Diemens Land. costumes. Tribes. Indigenous people.

Inhabitants of Tasmania.

Tasmania, Inhabitants, Van Diemens Land. costumes

Inhabitants of Tasmania

Inhabitants of Tasmania, Van Diemens Land.

It is estimated that upon arrival of the British in 1803 about 3,000 to 5,000 aborigines lived in Tasmania. They were completely wiped out until 1865 by the British, the native languages have become extinct with them. However, still several thousand descendants live in mixed relations of Europeans with indigenous people.

Source: Natural History and pictures of the mammals by Heinrich Rudolf Schinz, Zurich, 1824. Drawn by Karl Joseph Brodtmann. Original: Naturgeschichte und Abbildungen der Säugetiere von Heinrich Rudolf Schinz, Zürich, 1824. Gezeichnet von Karl Joseph Brodtmann.

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