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Traditional Aboriginal medicines in the Northern Territory of Australia / by Aboriginal Communities of the Northern Territory
Bib ID 1362674
Format BookBook
Description Darwin : Conservation Commission of the Northern Territory of Australia, 1993 
xxiv, 651 p. : ill. (some col.), maps ; 25 cm. 
ISBN 0724527117

Lists traditional medicines recorded from 47 communities covering 34 language groups in the Northern Territory; records language names, remedy preparations and uses for each; results of chemical analysis of each.


Includes indexes.

Bibliography: p. 640-642.

Subjects Medicinal plants -- Northern Territory.  |  Aboriginal Australians -- Northern Territory -- Medicine.  |  Materia medica, Vegetable -- Northern Territory.  |  Mayali / Mayawarli people (N44) (NT SD53-01)  |  Warlpiri people (C15) (NT SF52-04)  |  Garrwa / Garrawa / Garawa language (N155) (NT SE53-08)  |  Murrinhpatha people (N3) (NT SD52-11)  |  Djambarrpuyngu people (N115) (NT SD53-03)  |  Jawoyn people (N57) (NT SD53-09)  |  Iwaidja / Yiwayja / Yiwadya language (N39) (NT SC53-13)  |  Mudburra people (C25) (NT SE53-05)  |  Bilinara language (N36) (NT SD52-16)  |  Gunwinggu / Gunwinygu / Kunwinjku language (N65) (NT SD53-02)  |  Ngarinman / Ngarinyman people (C27) (NT SE52-01)  |  Wadyiginy language (N31) (NT SD52-03)  |  Indigenous knowledge - Health and medicine.  |  Burarra people (N82) (NT SD53-02)  |  Jingulu / Djingili / Jingili language (C22) (NT SE53-06)  |  Mudburra language (C25) (NT SE53-05)  |  Arrernte / Aranda people (C8) (NT SG53-02)  |  Mangarrayi / Mangarayi language (N78) (NT SD53-09)  |  Mangarrayi / Mangarayi people (N78) (NT SD53-09)  |  Pitjantjatjara people (C6) (NT SG52-11)  |  Wagiman / Wageman people (N27) (NT SD52-12)  |  Pitjantjatjara language (C6) (NT SG52-11)  |  Anindilyakwa / Enindhilyagwa / Warnindilyakwa language (N151) (NT SD53-12)  |  Murrinhpatha language (N3) (NT SD52-11)  |  Garrwa / Garrawa / Garawa people (N155) (NT SE53-08)  |  Alyawarr / Alyawarre people (C14) (NT SF53-07)  |  Iwaidja / Yiwayja / Yiwadya people (N39) (NT SC53-13)  |  Anindilyakwa / Enindhilyagwa / Warnindilyakwa people (N151) (NT SD53-12)  |  Mayali / Mayawarli language (N44) (NT SD53-01)  |  Tiwi language (N20) (NT SC52-16)  |  Wagiman / Wageman language (N27) (NT SD52-12)  |  Yankunytjatjara language (C4) (NT SG52-16)  |  Alyawarr / Alyawarre language (C14) (NT SF53-07)  |  Emmi / Ami Ami people (N15) (NT SD52-07)  |  Yanyuwa / Yanuwa people (N153) (NT SE53-04)  |  Wampaya / Wambaya people (C19) (NT SE53-11)  |  Yankunytjatjara people (C4) (NT SG52-16)  |  Alawa language (N92) (NT SD53-10)  |  Ngalkbun people (N76) (NT SD53-06)  |  Rembarrnga language (N73) (NT SD53-06)  |  Emmi / Ami Ami language (N15) (NT SD52-07)  |  Tiwi people (N20) (NT SC52-16)  |  Warlpiri language (C15) (NT SF52-04)  |  Wadyiginy people (N31) (NT SD52-03)  |  Djambarrpuyngu language (N115) (NT SD53-03)  |  Yanyuwa / Yanuwa language (N153) (NT SE53-04)  |  Jingulu / Djingili / Jingili people (C22) (NT SE53-06)  |  Burarra language (N82) (NT SD53-02)  |  Gurindji people (C20) (NT SE52-08)  |  Bilinara people (N36) (NT SD52-16)  |  Indigenous knowledge - Botany.  |  Gurindji language (C20) (NT SE52-08)  |  Pintupi people (C10) (NT SF52-11)  |  Ngangikurunggurr language (N8) (NT SD52-11)  |  Alawa people (N92) (NT SD53-10)  |  Ngarinman / Ngarinyman language (C27) (NT SE52-01)  |  Arrernte / Aranda language (C8) (NT SG53-02)  |  Rembarrnga people (N73) (NT SD53-06)  |  Pintupi language (C10) (NT SF52-11)  |  Language - Vocabulary - Language and peoples names.  |  Language - Vocabulary - Word lists.  |  Indigenous knowledge - Zoology.  |  Maung / Mawng people (N64) (NT SC53-13)  |  Maung / Mawng language (N64) (NT SC53-13)  |  Jawoyn language (N57) (NT SD53-09)  |  Ngangikurunggurr people (N8) (NT SD52-11)  |  Gunwinggu / Gunwinygu / Kunwinjku people (N65) (NT SD53-02)  |  Northern Territory (NT)
Other authors/contributors Conservation Commission of the Northern Territory  |  Aboriginal Communities of the Northern Territory of Australia


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