Terra A ustralis. By Xavier. Contents . First australian Aboriginal Culture Origin of water 18 th Century England The First Fleet Bound for Botany bay . First Australians. The first A ustralians were Aboriginals and they had 700 languages before English man came.
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My story is about a kangaroo getting some water but the kangaroo got killed buy a Aboriginal.
The rainbow serpent slid around to made dints in the ground and when it stopped it hit a rock and he cried and water came from his eyes.
There was no water ,and all the animals though the blue-tongued lizard had it. They were very angry about it. So the bandicoot, Gudjilla ,followed him the water. The lizard was too smart and saw the bandicoot out of the corner of his eye. The next to try and follow was jiggirrjiggirr the willy wagtail.
Where ever he tried to hide, his tail would wag, so the blue- tonged lizard found him. Then the rat Gula asked if he could do it. , and the animals laught. They thought he was too small. Gula followed the blue-tonged lizard and found were he had hidden the water. The animals were so happy!
The blue-tongue lizard felt happy that he had the water to him self.
The rat felt sad that the animals laughed at him.
All the animals felt happy that the rat fond the water.
Littlie things make a big differents .
In the 18th century England for stealing a mans handkerchief is worth a computer in 2013. In the 18th Century people stole to survive and people even stole things like cheese,bread and materials.
Hi I’m James Burne I’m 33 years old and I got sent on the Scarbororgh to Sydney town for 7 years because I assaulted someone and committed a highway robbery and my crime was worth 4 shillings. Now I work for mister and miss Owen.
Portsmouth 13th of may 1787
Botany bay 26th of jan
Rio de janeriro7th of August 1787
Who is singing this song?
Convics were singing the song bond for botany bay.
Why are they singing it?
The Convics were singing the song on the boat
Why are they saying ‘farewell to Old England forever?’
The Convics sang that bit because the Convics were going to Australia for 7 years or for life.
Where were they going? Why?
The Convics were going to Australia because the Convics did a crime that was worth lots of shillings.