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Members of the United Clans
Performers from theTiwi clan on
CLAN at the Arts Centre
CLAN at the Arts Centre
The Kiefer and Zan clan
Members of the United Clans
Members of the United Clans
Aboriginal clans from around NSW
The Kennedy clan from Peakhurst
Clan MacDonald at sea, New South Wales,  ca. 1920 [picture]. [nla.
Clan MacDonald at sea, New South Wales,  ca. 1920 [picture]. [nla.
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Clan MacDonald at sea, New South Wales, ca. 1920 [picture]. [nla.
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Neg No R5283 1954? The Menzies clan / family.
Bangarra Dance Theatre member Deborah Brown who is in Dance Clan 3.
Bangarra Dance Theatre member Tara Gower who is in Dance Clan 3.
Bangarra Dance Theatre member Tara Gower who is in Dance Clan 3.
Bangarra Dance Theatre member Tara Gower who is in Dance Clan 3.
Bangarra Dance Theatre member Jasmin Sheppard who is in Dance Clan 3.
Bangarra Dance Theatre member Jasmin Sheppard who is in Dance Clan 3.
Bangarra Dance Theatre member Jasmin Sheppard who is in Dance Clan 3.
Bangarra Dance Theatre member Yolande Brown who is in Dance Clan 3.
Bangarra Dance Theatre member Yolande Brown who is in Dance Clan 3.
Bangarra Dance Theatre member Yolande Brown who is in Dance Clan 3.
Bangarra Dance Theatre member Yolande Brown who is in Dance Clan 3.
Clan four: Bangarra dancers (from left) Tara Gower, Jasmin Sheppard, Deborah Brown and Yolande Brown.
Mt Hagen Markets the largest in Papua New Guinea where all sorts of clans people come to sell their produce daily.
Mt Hagen Markets the largest in Papua New Guinea where all sorts of clans people come to sell their produce daily.
Mt Hagen Markets the largest in Papua New Guinea where all sorts of clans people come to sell their produce daily.
Mt Hagen Markets the largest in Papua New Guinea where all sorts of clans people come to sell their produce daily.
The Age
News
03/04/2013
picture Justin McManus.
Royal Comission into Child Sexual Abuse at the County Court.
Protesters from CLAN outside  court.
News.6th November. Flashback Friday, before we had Beer Week there was the Food and wine frolic and Octoberfest.  (17/3/91) The O'Brien clan celebrate. Canberra Times photograph.
Chronicle. The Budd family clan, bound for a visit to Wales, at a
breakfast get together to hand out flight and accommodation tickets.
The Jannawi Dance Clan during traditional dances for a crowd gathering around the circle in Hyde Park as a part of NAIDOC Week in Sydney. 6th July, 2015.
Bangarra Dance Theatre members (l to r) Tara Gower, Jasmin Sheppard, Deborah Brown, and Yolande Brown who are in Dance Clan 3.
WASHING KAUKAU (sweet Potato) Mt Hagen Markets the largest in Papua New Guinea where all sorts of clans people come to sell their produce daily.
Leonie Sheedy from CLAN (Care Leavers Australia Network) spoke at  the Inquiry into the handling of child abuse by religious and other organisations at Parliammet House, Melbourne.
Chronicle. The Budd family clan, bound for a visit to Wales, at a
breakfast get together to hand out flight and accommodation tickets
Chronicle. The Budd family clan, bound for a visit to Wales, at a
breakfast get together to hand out flight and accommodation tickets
Bangarra Dance company Artistic Director
The clan gathers: Robin McKenzie with members of the Scottish Gaelic Choir. He wants independence.

NEWS.
Tim Bishop 39 (right) and the Jannawi Dance Clan during traditional dances for a crowd gathering around the circle in Hyde Park as a part of NAIDOC Week in Sydney. 6th July, 2015.
A dancer from the Jannawi Dance Clan (center) shows membres of the crowd the moves for traditional dances in the circle in Hyde Park as a part of NAIDOC Week in Sydney. 6th July, 2015.
A Taxi Boy working the market carrying produce at Mt Hagen Markets the largest in Papua New Guinea where all sorts of clans people come to sell their produce daily.
A Taxi Boy working the market carrying produce at Mt Hagen Markets the largest in Papua New Guinea where all sorts of clans people come to sell their produce daily.
A Taxi Boy working the market carrying produce at Mt Hagen Markets the largest in Papua New Guinea where all sorts of clans people come to sell their produce daily.
A Taxi Boy working the market carrying produce at Mt Hagen Markets the largest in Papua New Guinea where all sorts of clans people come to sell their produce daily.
The Age, News, 19/11/13 photo Justin McManus.
Edwards Family being welcomed back onto their country by Elders of the Wadi Wadi. Withy Withy. Nare Nare clans in Balranald.
The Age, News, 19/11/13 photo Justin McManus.
Edwards Family being welcomed back onto their country by Elders of the Wadi Wadi. Withy Withy. Nare Nare clans in Balranald.
Leonie Sheedy (centre) the CEO of CLAN the Care Leavers of Australia Network, a national advocacy group for those who were in orphanages and children's homes, outside the Royal Commission into the In
Leonie Sheedy (centre) the CEO of CLAN the Care Leavers of Australia Network, a national advocacy group for those who were in orphanages and children's homes, outside the Royal Commission into the In
Leonie Sheedy (centre) the CEO of CLAN the Care Leavers of Australia Network, a national advocacy group for those who were in orphanages and children's homes, outside the Royal Commission into the In
The Age, News, 19/11/13 photo Justin McManus.
Edwards Family being welcomed back onto their country by Elders of the Wadi Wadi. Withy Withy. Nare Nare clans in Balranald.
The Age, News, 19/11/13 photo Justin McManus.
Edwards Family being welcomed back onto their country by Elders of the Wadi Wadi. Withy Withy. Nare Nare clans in Balranald.
The Age, News, 19/11/13 photo Justin McManus.
Edwards Family being welcomed back onto their country by Elders of the Wadi Wadi. Withy Withy. Nare Nare clans in Balranald.
The Age, News, 19/11/13 photo Justin McManus.
Edwards Family being welcomed back onto their country by Elders of the Wadi Wadi. Withy Withy. Nare Nare clans in Balranald.
The Age, News, 19/11/13 photo Justin McManus.
Edwards Family being welcomed back onto their country by Elders of the Wadi Wadi. Withy Withy. Nare Nare clans in Balranald.
The Age, News, 19/11/13 photo Justin McManus.
Edwards Family being welcomed back onto their country by Elders of the Wadi Wadi. Withy Withy. Nare Nare clans in Balranald.
The Age, News, 19/11/13 photo Justin McManus.
Edwards Family being welcomed back onto their country by Elders of the Wadi Wadi. Withy Withy. Nare Nare clans in Balranald.
Leonie Sheedy, Phyllis Cremona and Frank Golding (not pictured) from CLAN (Care Leavers Australia Network) spoke at  the Inquiry into the handling of child abuse by religious and other organisations
Leonie Sheedy, Phyllis Cremona and Frank Golding from CLAN (Care Leavers Australia Network) spoke at  the Inquiry into the handling of child abuse by religious and other organisations at Parliammet H
The Family and Community Development Committee listening while Leonie Sheedy, Phyllis Cremona and Frank Golding from CLAN (Care Leavers Australia Network) spoke at  the Inquiry into the handling of c
Leonie Sheedy, Phyllis Cremona and Frank Golding from CLAN (Care Leavers Australia Network) spoke at  the Inquiry into the handling of child abuse by religious and other organisations at Parliammet H
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