1880s: Protection and Control policy
The protection Act of Victoria Aborigines excludes half-caste from the Aboriginal person definition. As a result, most of the mission had to leave their homes. The board is also empowered to apprentice the Aboriginals children after attaining the age of thirteen years.
1990s: White Australians policy
The white Australians policy is established which banned the entry of to the country of non-Caucasian people. Further, Aboriginal people were excluded from pensions, voting rights, armed forces enlistment, maternity allowances, and post office employment.
1910s: Denial of more Rights
The Northern Territory Aboriginal Act denies was enacted. It prohibited the Aboriginal people from drinking, possessing, or supplying alcohol. They could not possess firearms, or marry non-Aboriginal people.
1920s: Aboriginal Population smallest