Aboriginal Artefacts from Private Collections celebrates the history and use of clubs, boomerangs and shields in Aboriginal culture. Most Aboriginal artefacts were multi-purpose and could be used for a variety of different occupations. Spears, clubs, boomerangs, and shields were used generally as tools for hunting and weapons in warfare. Peoples from different regions used different weapons. Some peoples, for example, would fight with boomerangs and shields, whereas in another region they would fight with clubs.
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