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Lardil : keepers of the dreamtime / David McKnight
Bib ID 2283590
Format BookBook
Author
McKnight, David, 1935-2006
 
Description San Francisco : Chronicle Books, 1995 
61 p. : col. ill. ; 17 cm. 
ISBN 0811808343
Series

Tribal wisdom.

Summary

Describes the culture, beliefs and customs of the Lardil people from the Wellesley Islands off the northern coast of Queensland.

Notes

"A Labyrinth book"--T.p. verso.

Includes bibliographical references (p. 59-60).

Subjects Lardil (Australian people) -- History.  |  Mythology, Lardil.  |  Lardil (Australian people) -- Rites and ceremonies.  |  Body - Decoration.  |  Lardil people (G38) (Qld SE54-01)  |  Religion - After death beliefs.  |  Ceremonies.  |  Death.  |  Wellesley Islands (Qld Gulf Islands SE54-01)

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