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Northern Territory pidgins and the origin of kriol / by John W. Harris
Bib ID 2979531
Format BookBook
Author
Harris, John W
 
Description Canberra : Dept. of Linguistics, Research School of Pacific Studies, Australian National University, 1986 
vii, 418, 22 p. : maps ; 25 cm. 
ISBN 0858833344
Series

Pacific linguistics. Series C ; no. 89.

Summary

Origins of pidgins and creoles; Northern Territory history in linguistic perspective; contact with Macassans and British settlements, Overland Telegraph and mining camps.

Notes

Includes index.

"Pacific linguistics is issued through the Linguistic Circle of Canberra'-T.p. verso.

Bibliography: p. 374-407.

Subjects Kriol language -- Northern Territory.  |  Pidgin English -- Northern Territory.  |  Ngandi language (N90) (NT SD53-06)  |  Language - Linguistics - Language classification.  |  Mara / Marra people (N112) (NT SD53-11)  |  Habitation - Camps.  |  Mara / Marra language (N112) (NT SD53-11)  |  Rembarrnga people (N73) (NT SD53-06)  |  Larrakia / Laragiya / Gulumirrgin language (N21) (NT SD52-04)  |  Communications - Telecommunications - Telegraphy.  |  Ritharrngu / Ridharrngu people (N104) (NT SD53-07)  |  Larrakia / Laragiya / Gulumirrgin people (N21) (NT SD52-04)  |  Language - Change.  |  Ngandi people (N90) (NT SD53-06)  |  Religions - Christianity.  |  Ritharrngu / Ridharrngu language group (N104) (NT SD53-07)  |  Mangarrayi / Mangarayi language (N78) (NT SD53-09)  |  Ngalakan language (N77) (NT SE53-02)  |  Alawa people (N92) (NT SD53-10)  |  Language - English - Aboriginal English.  |  Mangarrayi / Mangarayi people (N78) (NT SD53-09)  |  Iwaidja / Yiwayja / Yiwadya people (N39) (NT SC53-13)  |  Rembarrnga language (N73) (NT SD53-06)  |  Ngalakan people (N77) (NT SE53-02)  |  Language - Kriol.  |  Alawa language (N92) (NT SD53-10)  |  Mining industry.  |  Iwaidja / Yiwayja / Yiwadya language (N39) (NT SC53-13)  |  Ngukurr (NT Top End Roper SD53-10)  |  Arnhem Land (NT)
Other authors/contributors Australian National University. Research School of Pacific Studies. Department of Linguistics  |  Linguistic Circle of Canberra

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