It was only 235 years ago when our European elders introduced modern civilization and technology to an ancient culture. There was no nation in Australia, just a large number of tribes – sometimes friendly and sometimes fighting with their neighbours. Governor Arthur Phillip was instructed to protect the interests of Aboriginal people and did a reasonably good job.
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