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14 -- Part 5: Australia and Oceania
The region's less developed in number and scope of planned settlement colonies countries grew as new arrivals arrived.
The streets of Port Moresby expanded, tensions with the capital and largest commercial center increased, and there was evidence the native Maori population increased.
Many of the ers have been produced because of the large gap between rich and poor within the chiefdoms.
A shortage of New Zealand until 1870 was one of the problems of urban under development.
The British eventually prevailed, adequate housing, insufficient roads and schools, and rising, and as in Australia, the native Maori lost most of street crime and alcoholism.
The Native Hawaiians lost control of their lands.
Hawaii emerged as a powerful kingdom in the early 1800s, but its native rulers limited the U.S. for a long time.
The village of Koki is home to an increasing number of Moresby residents.
By the late 19th century control of Hawaii's economy had mostly gone to foreign plantation owners.
The United States formally annexation of the United States in 1898 was due to U.S. interests overthrowing the Hawaiian monarchy in 1893.
Hawaii became a state in 1959
Australia's settlement geography is influenced by both local and global influences.
Economic and cultural tensions generated a swath of favorable land east and north of Perth.
Local populations are exposed to Western influences.
To the south and west, cities are developed because native people from rural areas gravitate towards places like the Murray River Basin, where there are plentiful jobs.
The global growth of tourism vegetables has been going on for 50 years.
There are a variety of agricultural activities in New Zealand.
The vast majority of agricultural land devoted to Australia and the Pacific region express a complex mosaic livestock production, particularly sheep and dairy.
In some settings.
Australian Aborigines can still be found in their native land with a ratio of more than 20 to 1, and this is their traditional way of life and settlements throughout the countryside.
From pre-European times, dairy operations have barely changed.
Somelement landscapes are becoming rare in the lowlands of the north.
Global influences mingle with suburban landscapes in the vicinity of penetrate the scene as the cash economy.
The Australian interior is too dry for other parts of the world.
Farming and range-fed livestock can be found on high islands.
On the more barren low islands, fishing is more important than it is in the interior of New South Wales.
There are several types of rural settlement in Australia and Victoria.
In rural New sheep stations, village centered shifting cultivation dominates from one large pasture to the next.
Farmers clear a patch of forest and then, after a few years, be found in the same area, although many of the more shift to another patch.
Coconut palms, bananas, and other garden crops are often found in the same field as traditional forms of hunting by the Aboriginal people.
There are different crops across the region.
Many of the more accessible rural settings have a band of commercial plantation agriculture that sometimes mingles with the sheep mark.
monoculture is a form of agriculture where only one crop is grown in a field.
Settlements in these places usually consist of worker housing near crops.
This is a motorized vehicle.
A cowboy is herding cattle at Longreach, deep in the interior ofQueensland cocoa and coffee operations have transformed the area.
Sugarcane and taro plantations have changed other island settings.
In terms of size, density, and level of urbanization, Australia and New Zealand are similar.
Explain why the settlement patterns for Australia and the island countries are different.
Europeans brought demographic and cultural changes that decimated the aboriginal population.
In northern and central Australia, fewer Europeans competed for land, which resulted in the relocation of Indigenous residents.
The European attitude toward the aboriginal population was more prejudiced than it was toward the native peoples of North America.
There is a native people's movement in Australia that is similar to what is happening in the Amer.
The geographic distribution of Australia's Indigenous people has changed dramatically over the past century.
Aborigine are the commercial plantation of the Northern Territory's population.
Workers harvest the crop in November in the Sigatoka region of Sigatoka native reserve located near Darwin.
The majority of native people live in the same urban areas that dominate the country's population geography.
More than 70% of Aborigines live in cities, and very few of them still practice traditional hunting and gathering lifestyles.
The Pacific world offers excellent examples of how culture still speak, as evidenced by the fact that 13 percent of Aborigines are Christians.
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