EORA


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The result is the Eora 3D scanner, a cylindrical device that connects to a phone via Bluetooth and uses a laser to scan the object in precise colour, and then allows the phone to analyse the laser and reconstruct the scan into a 3D model.
The Eora people are long gone, wiped out through murder, displacement and introduced diseases and, in their place, the surviving Koori people take their place in a sound installation that whispers through the pillars.
Both men sought to occupy the middle ground between natives and newcomers by mediating and controlling the wants of each side-knowledge of the local environments as well as peaceful interactions on behalf of the early colonists, and for the Aborigines, information about the colonists, food, and material goods (such as metal axes which all of the Gandangara men happened to wear even though few had previously come face to face with Europeans, as well as the red cloth that the Eora people particularly desired).
As previously mentioned, there are clinical differences between LORA and EORA.
On Sunday, Sydney's history was told from the black perspective, with the world premiere of OI Am Eora.
Mari nawi' was the Eora term for European ships, 'big canoes'.
The workshops were held in Berowra, Port Macquarie, The Eora Centre and Blacktown Arts Centre.
The document described the "devastating impact" to the local Eora tribe of the arrival of British settlers on the shores of Sydney Harbour in 1788, resulting in the "occupation and appropriation of traditional lands.
The document describes the "devastating impact" to the local Eora tribe of the arrival of British settlers on the shores of Sydney Harbour in 1788, resulting in the "occupation and appropriation of traditional lands".
Known as the ''Lost Battlefield,'' the site was hidden on a remote plateau, 1 kilometer west and 450 meters above the village of Eora Creek, in the Owen Stanley Ranges.
This was the period when the Eora people were largely avoiding contact with the Europeans and when Governor Phillip finally felt obliged to capture one or two in order to teach them English and thereby gain some information about the resources of the interior.
I would like to acknowledge the Gadigal people of the Eora nation, on whose land we meet.