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Blackbirding is the custom of enslaving people onto ships, typically via the use of deception and bribery, particularly the people in the South Pacific Islands, then hauling them to the sugar cane and cotton plantations, especially in Queensland, Australia, to work as labourers. This practice was not limited to the blackbirding in Queensland, Australia, also had already happened on the Chincha Islands in Peru. This terrible clinic occurred predominantly involving the 1860's and 1904. The expression "Blackbirding" may have been established directly as a contraction of the term "Blackbird Catching"; the term "Blackbird" was an informal term for the local indigenous men and women. It might also have derived from a prior expression, "Blackbird Shooting", which called the homicide of the Aboriginal people of Australia, to get its first European settler's personal entertainment. Through the mid-19th and early 20th centuries, there was an increasing demand for labourers to work in the sugar plantations of Queensland, Australia, so the recruiting of the people in the South Pacific Islands, otherwise called "Blackbirding" was established. Even though the Queensland Government endeavoured in handling the driven illegal gambling of slaves to operate in the sugar cane plantations, by making it compulsory for every ship, associated with gathering labourers to take a person accepted by the Queensland Government. This assigned individual was supposed to make sure that labourers were screened rather than captured. The new regulation has been concluded to be highly inefficient in stopping the forced illegal trading of slaves to work in the sugar cane plantations, even as the authorities observers were easily siphoned into maintaining silent through incentive wages...