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Anthropological notes on the western coastal tribes of the Northern Territory of South Australia / by Herbert Basedow
Spine title of N2 pbk copy: Pamphlets and offprints - v.2
Bib ID 1855483
Format BookBook, OnlineOnline
Author
Basedow, Herbert, 1881-1933
 
Online Versions
Printer (Adelaide : Hussey & Gillingham)
Description [Adelaide : Royal Society of South Australia, 1907] 
62 p., 19 leaves of plates : ill. (1 col.) ; 22 cm. 
Summary

Extent of tribal territories - Larrekiya, Marri, Wogait, Wulna, Ponga-ponga, Sherait, Mulluk-Mulluk, Marranunga, Awarrai, Agiwallem, Anyoola, Korrawa, Binbinga, Godangee, Yumpia (Umbaia), Wilingura, Angee, Tjingilli; Conception beliefs, burial rites (Mulluk-Mulluk), finger mutilation, nasal septum perforation, scarification; First initiation ceremony (Bollier) of Larrekiya; rite of Wogait; Initiation of Larrekiya female; Second initiation of Larrekiya youth (Mollinya); Corroborees & friendly meetings, etiquette shown to strangers; Hunting methods, fishing, cooking, fir-making, smoking (use of opium pipes), dwellings, weapons & implements, food & water vessels, domestic utensils; Personal ornaments; musical instruments; native art - rock paintings - Blunder Bay; drawings on bark & implements; Comparative vocabs. (28 words) of Larrekiya, Wogait, Sherait, Berringen.

Notes

Cover title.

Reprinted from: Transactions of the Royal Society of South Australia. Vol. 31 (1907)

"Read October 2, 1906."

Includes bibliographical references.

Also available online http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-835735524

One of Library's copies is bound with: The Northern Territory of South Australia and 8 other items and located at N 631.099429 N874.

Subjects Aboriginal Australians -- Northern Territory -- Social life and customs.  |  Garrwa / Garrawa / Garawa language (N155) (NT SE53-08)  |  Malak Malak language (N22) (NT SD52-08)  |  Gurdanji / Kurdanji / Gudanji language (C26) (NT SE53-07)  |  Costume and clothing - Nose pegs and piercing.  |  Djeradj / Dyeraidy language (N10) (NT SD52-07)  |  Djerimanga / Wulna Wuna language (N29) (NT SD52-04)  |  Technology - Tools.  |  Maranunggu language (N13) (NT SD52-08)  |  Batjamal / Wogait language (N6) (NT SD52-07)  |  Yanyuwa / Yanuwa people (N153) (NT SE53-04)  |  Death - Mortuary / funeral ceremonies.  |  Reproduction - Conception.  |  Warray / Warrai language (N25) (NT SD52-08)  |  Religion - After death beliefs.  |  Djeradj / Dyeraidy people (N10) (NT SD52-07)  |  Marrithiyel people (N7) (NT SD52-07)  |  Larrakia / Laragiya / Gulumirrgin people (N21) (NT SD52-04)  |  Housing - Shelters.  |  Yanyuwa / Yanuwa language (N153) (NT SE53-04)  |  Marrithiyel language (N7) (NT SD52-07)  |  Warray / Warrai people (N25) (NT SD52-08)  |  Music - Instruments.  |  Maranunggu people (N13) (NT SD52-08)  |  Jingulu / Djingili / Jingili people (C22) (NT SE53-06)  |  Binbinga language (N138) (NT SE53-03)  |  Gurdanji / Kurdanji / Gudanji people (C26) (NT SE53-07)  |  Pungupungu / Bongo Bongo language (N11) (NT SD52-07)  |  Art - Rock art - Painting.  |  Wulwulam / Wuna language (N32) (NT SD52-08)  |  Initiation - Finger amputation.  |  Jingulu / Djingili / Jingili language (C22) (NT SE53-06)  |  Wulna / Wuna people (N29) (NT SD52-04)  |  Wilingura language (N99) (NT SD53-14)  |  Wampaya / Wambaya people (C19) (NT SE53-11)  |  Sites - Scarred trees.  |  Pungupungu / Bongo Bongo people (N11) (NT SD52-07)  |  Technology - Containers - Water carriers.  |  Batjamal / Wogait people (N6) (NT SD52-07)  |  Fishing.  |  Binbinga people (N138) (NT SE53-03)  |  Larrakia / Laragiya / Gulumirrgin language (N21) (NT SD52-04)  |  Geography - Territories and boundaries.  |  Mara / Marra people (N112) (NT SD53-11)  |  Body - Scarification.  |  Malak Malak people (N22) (NT SD52-08)  |  Hunting.  |  Language - Vocabulary.  |  Wilingura people (N99) (NT SD53-14)  |  Ceremonies - Initiation.  |  Garrwa / Garrawa / Garawa people (N155) (NT SE53-08)  |  Mara / Marra language (N112) (NT SD53-11)  |  Wulwulam people (N32) (NT SD52-08)  |  Religion - Rites - Ceremonial objects.  |  Weapons.  |  Substance use - Smoking / Tobacco.  |  Art - Painting - Bark.  |  South Australia (SA)  |  Northern Territory Top End (NT)
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