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Mythology, totemism and religion of the Worora tribe of north-west Australia / by J.R.B. Love
Bib ID 1866440
Format BookBook
Author
Love, J. R. B. (James Robert Beattie)
 
Description [1935?] 
p. 223-231 : map ; 22 cm. 
Summary

The correlative system of beliefs and practices; Mythological landmarks, Aboriginal names for groups of stones and hills; Totemism of Worora is system of inherited relationships; Sacred ceremonies; Sketch map showing locations of Worora hordes.

Notes

Caption title.

Reprinted from the Report of the Melbourne (1935) Meeting of the Australian and New Zealand Association for the Advancement of Science, July 1935.

Subjects Worora (Australian people)  |  Totemism.  |  Aboriginal Australians -- Religion.  |  Aboriginal Australians -- Australia, Northwestern -- Religion.  |  Wiradjuri people (D10) (NSW SI55-07)  |  Wiradjuri language (D10) (NSW SI55-07)  |  Religion - Totemism.  |  Worrorra people (K17) (WA SD51-16)  |  West Kimberley area (WA SD51, SD52, SE51)

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