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Scarce research into Aboriginal languages, culture and identity
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Author: Norman B Tindale
A highly sought-after, scarce work describing the Aboriginal tribes' terrain, distribution limits, etc. in 2 volumes.
Editors: Stephen A Wurm, Peter Muhlhausler and Darrell T Tryon
Fine slip cased set of 2 Volumes in Three parts (Vol 1 Maps, Vol 2.1, 2.2 Texts)
Author: John Greenway
The first comprehensive bibliography of writings on Aborigines, it contains 10,283 titles of books and articles.
Author: G N Seagrim and R J Lendon
A comparative study of cognitive development in Central Australian Aborigines.
Author: H E Meyer
A 1963 facsimile printing of an original 1846 pamphlet.
Author: Terry Crowley
Australian Aboriginal Studies Research and Regional Studies No. 12
Author: W E H Stanner.
This book looks at 'the Aboriginal problem' from the viewpoint of the Aborigines themselves - a very scarce title.
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