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Final part of Rudd’s speech

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The Rabbit Proof Fence

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Treaty – Yothu Yindi

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Mandawuy Yunupingu is the band leader of Yothu Yindi, an Australian band with both Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal members. The name Yothu Yindi means ‘mother and child’. Mandawuy’s full name is Mandawuy Djarrtjuntjun Yunupingu. Mandawuy means ‘from clay’. Djarrtjuntjun means ‘roots of the paperbark tree that still burn and throw off heat after a fire has died down’, and Yunupingu is ‘a solid rock that, having travelled from freshwater, stands in salty waters, its base deep in the earth’.

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Treaty live at the Sydney Olympics in 2000.

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Australia: A webquest II

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The Runaway by Norman Rockwell

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Shakespeare In Love – Trailer

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The Globe theatre

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Ellis Island

More than 12 million immigrants passed through Ellis Island between 1892 and 1954. The first immigrant to pass through Ellis Island was Annie Moore, a 15-year-old girl from County Cork, Ireland, on January 1, 1892. She and her two brothers were coming to America to meet their parents, who had moved to New York two years prior. She received a greeting from officials and a $10.00 gold piece. The last person to pass through Ellis Island was a Norwegian merchant seaman by the name of Arne Peterssen in 1954. After 1924 when the National Origins Act was passed, the only immigrants to pass through there were displaced persons or war refugees. Today, over 100 million Americans can trace their ancestry to the immigrants who first arrived in America through the island before dispersing to points all over the country.

An inaccurate myth persists that government officials on Ellis Island compelled immigrants to take new names against their wishes. In fact, no historical records bear this out. Federal immigration inspectors were under strict bureaucratic supervision and were more interested in preventing inadmissible aliens from entering the country (which they were held accountable for) rather than assisting them in trivial personal matters such as altering their names. In addition, the inspectors used the passenger lists given to them by the steamship companies to process each foreigner. These were the sole immigration records for entering the country and were prepared not by the U.S. Bureau of Immigration but by steamship companies such as the Cunard Line, the White Star Line (which owned the Titanic), the North German Lloyd Line, the Hamburg Amerika-Line, the Italian Steam Navigation Company, the Red Star Line, the Holland America Line, the Austro-American Line, and so forth.

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Paris Holiday Guide

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