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Truganini. Truganini. Tasmanian aborigine – one of the last of her tribe.
Truganini - Hobart City Council
Station it's a short walk to the Truganini. Memorial. The Walk: Named for Lady Nelson, the ship that carried the first settlers into the Derwent,.
Seeing Truganini - Australian Book Review
Seeing Truganini by David Hansen. CALIBRE PRIZE.
Truginini at Wonthaggi
Truganini and the Murders at Coal Creek.
Indigenous Scholarships, Bursaries and Book Vouchers Application
Truganini Scholarship & Rotary District Aboriginal Vocation Fund Bursary.

Suggested News Resources

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She told the Senate her maternal grandfather Les Southern, "a larrikin police inspector", had carried Truganini's ashes out to sea 100 years after her death in 1876. Truganini was a Tasmanian Aborigine whose life remains shrouded in myth and legend.

Suggested Web Resources

Trugernanner - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Truganini (song) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Midnight Oil - Truganini - YouTube
Jul 23, 2006 Midnight Oil - Truganini. MIDNIGHT OIL - Truganini - Live @ Later With MidnightOilVideos118538 views; Thumbnail 4:06.
Truganini witnessed the total destruction of her people during her lifetime. She was born around 1812, and her life was a long series of horrors.
Truganini was a famous Tasmanian Aborigine.

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