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Aborigines of the lower south-east of South Australia / by T.D. Campbell, J.B. Cleland and P.S. Hossfeld
Bib ID 336533
Format BookBook
Author
Campbell, T. D. (Thomas Draper), 1893-
 
Description Adelaide : Hassell Press, [1946?] 
p. [445]-502, 1 leaf of plates : ill., map ; 25 cm. 
Summary

Fieldwork 1944, 1945; Amplifies previous fieldwork; Detailed notes & locations of 34 camp sites, account of 2, 755 stone implements gathered; Sites on & near Woakwine Range & others in County Grey; Brief history of Buandik people, early contacts; Food & water sources, habitations, description of camp sites examined - well preserved hearths, micro-implements, workshop, middens at Cape Buffon; Stone implements - scrapers, Tula-like, knives, cleavers, borers, piercers, nuclei, pebble percuters; Census of microlithic forms, suggested name Buandik point, biface flaked pebbles, polished end axes, grinding slabs, anvil slabs; 1945 - camp sites in coastal area to S.E. of Lake Bonney - stone implements, abundance of mollusc shells, census of collection; Review of the food supply; early accounts of the appearance of natives & abundance of game; Detailed list of animal foods, birds, reptiles, fish & crustaceans, mollusca, vegetable foods.

Notes

Cover title.

"From Records of the South Australian Museum, Vol. VIII, no. 3, June 30th, 1946."

Bibliography: p. 501.

Subjects Aboriginal Australians -- South Australia -- South East Region.  |  Aboriginal Australians -- South Australia -- South East Region -- Food.  |  Sites - Conservation and protection.  |  Food - Preparation - Cooking - Plants.  |  Habitation - Camps - Hearths, ovens, fireplaces etc.  |  Animals - Invertebrates - Crustacea and molluscs.  |  Food - Preparation - Cooking - Meat.  |  Technology - Stone - Axes / hatchets.  |  Technology - Stone - Knives.  |  Bungandidj / Buandig people (S13) (SA SJ54-06)  |  Animals - Invertebrates - Crustacea and molluscs - Shellfish etc.  |  Animals - Reptiles.  |  Water supply.  |  Technology - Stone - Points.  |  Technology - Stone - Scrapers.  |  Technology - Stone - Flakes.  |  Food - Seafood - Fish.  |  Sites - Middens.  |  Lake Bonney (SE SA SI54-10)  |  Woakwine (SE SA SJ54-06)
Other authors/contributors Cleland, J. B. (John Burton), Sir, 1878-1971  |  Hossfeld, Paul S  |  Hassell Press
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Records of the South Australian Museum.

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