Year 5 History: The Afghan Cameleers
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Year 5 History: The Afghan Cameleers
The reasons people migrated to Australia from Europe and Asia, and the experiences and contributions of a particular migrant group within a colony. (ACHHK096)
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Afghan camel train on the Wanaaring Road, Warrego district - Powerhouse Museum Collection

Afghan camel train on the Wanaaring Road, Warrego district - Powerhouse Museum Collection | Year 5 History: The Afghan Cameleers | Scoop.it
85/1284-765 Glass plate negative, Afghan camel train on the Wanaaring Road, Warrego district, glass / gelatin emulsion, photographed by George Bell (attributed).
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Australia's Afghan cameleers

Australia's Afghan cameleers | Year 5 History: The Afghan Cameleers | Scoop.it
Thousands of Afghani and Pakistani cameleers played an important role in shaping the Australian outback.
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F–6/7 HASS Foundation to Year 10 Curriculum by rows - The Australian Curriculum v8.1

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Origins: History of immigration from Afghanistan - Immigration Museum, Melbourne Australia

Origins: History of immigration from Afghanistan - Immigration Museum, Melbourne Australia | Year 5 History: The Afghan Cameleers | Scoop.it
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PM - New documentary on Afghan camel drivers in Australia 12/04/2013

PM - New documentary on Afghan camel drivers in Australia 12/04/2013 | Year 5 History: The Afghan Cameleers | Scoop.it
An Afghan film maker has made a documentary about the pioneering Afghan cameleers who came to Australia in the 1800s
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First Footprints

Explore over 50,000 years of Australia's ancient history brought to life through the world's oldest oral stories, archaeological discoveries, stunning art, cinematic CGI and archival film.

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