Unused Australian Natives Association Ex-Branch President's Certificate printed circa 1927-1940. The Australian Natives' Association was established in 1871 as a non-partisan and non-sectarian friendly society for Australian-born, white men seeking to shape Australia's nationhood and identity. The ANA was a strong advocate for Federation and became an advocate for White Australia. It was a staunch supporter of trade protection and immigration restriction, and Prime Minister Alfred Deakin was a member.

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Colour printed A3 sized certificate. Certificates produced to recognise former presidents. Detail on certificates include Australian coat of arms, a male in working clothes and an image of an aboriginal watching the arrival of white settlers.

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