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How early Australian settlers drew maps to erase Indigenous people and push ideas of colonial superiority

By Imogen Wegman, Lecturer in Humanities, University of Tasmania
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In many cases, colonial maps would portray conquered land as having been 'empty' and available when settlers arrived — even if it wasn't.

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