The Historical Roots of the Australian Constitution

Already in 1898, Prof. Dr. Alan Carroll (M.A.., D.Litt., Ph.D., D.Sc., &c.) — one of the World's greatest ethnologists — published a paper in the Journal of the Royal Anthropological Society of Australasia. Dr. Carroll stated: "The present black people [viz. the Mainland Black Australians] belong to the neolithic…stone-age and culture…. Previous and older blacks [the ancestors of the Black Tasmanians]…were in Australia in the palaeolithic age and culture…. They…were…very different in all ways to the Australian Blacks" alias those today often called Aborigines. The latter then killed the