Last Tasmanian man, 19th century

Last Tasmanian man, 19th century

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Credit: KING'S COLLEGE LONDON/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Last Tasmanian man. Artworks based on photographs taken in 1866 of William Lanne (circa 1835-1869), the last surviving full-blooded male Tasmanian aborigine. Tasmania was settled from 1803. Disease, conflict, and internment in camps decimated an indigenous population of thousands. The last full-blooded Tasmanian aborigine (a woman), died in 1876, seven years after Lanne. The photographer was Charles Alfred Woolley (1834-1922). Artwork from 'The Last of the Tasmanians' (Bonswick, 1870).

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