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The native races of the Indian Archipelago : Papuans / by George Windsor Earl
Bib ID 3423721
Format BookBook
Author
Earl, George Windsor, -1865
 
Description London : Hippolyte Bailliere, 1853 
xiv, 239 pages, [5] leaves of plates : illustrations colour, map (folded) ; 23 cm. 
Summary

An important work of early New Guinea anthropology, including a whole chapter devoted to the Aborigines of Melville Island, Port Essington (Cobourg Peninsula) and North Australia in general. There are numerous discussions of Australian Aborigines throughout the text, and one of the folding plates gives anthropometric comparisons between North Australian Aborigines and New Guineans. Earl lived at Port Essington for more than ten years, as the settlement grew from a meagre outpost in 1838 up until its abandonment in 1849 and became a widely published expert on the region. The fine full-page lithographs, produced in London, were based on drawings done on the spot by the Dutch artists Van Oort and Van Raalten.

Notes

"with five coloured plates and two maps".

Cited In

Ferguson, J.A. Bibliography of Australia, 9339.

Subjects Papuans -- Social life and customs.  |  Papuans.  |  Papuans -- Religion and Mythology.  |  Indigenous peoples - Pacific - Papuans.  |  Language - Vocabulary.  |  Iwaidja / Yiwayja / Yiwadya language (N39) (NT SC53-13)  |  Marrgu / Margu language (N45) (NT SC53-13)  |  Wurangu language (N37) (NT SC52-16)  |  Papua New Guinea -- Description and travel.  |  Port Essington (West Arnhem Land NT SC53-13)  |  Papua New Guinea (PNG)
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500 |a"with five coloured plates and two maps".
510 4 |aFerguson, J.A. Bibliography of Australia,|c9339.
520 2 |aAn important work of early New Guinea anthropology, including a whole chapter devoted to the Aborigines of Melville Island, Port Essington (Cobourg Peninsula) and North Australia in general. There are numerous discussions of Australian Aborigines throughout the text, and one of the folding plates gives anthropometric comparisons between North Australian Aborigines and New Guineans. Earl lived at Port Essington for more than ten years, as the settlement grew from a meagre outpost in 1838 up until its abandonment in 1849 and became a widely published expert on the region. The fine full-page lithographs, produced in London, were based on drawings done on the spot by the Dutch artists Van Oort and Van Raalten.
650 0 |aPapuans|xSocial life and customs.
650 0 |aPapuans.
650 0 |aPapuans|xReligion and Mythology.
650 7 |aIndigenous peoples - Pacific - Papuans.|2aiatsiss
650 7 |aLanguage - Vocabulary.|2aiatsiss
650 7 |aIwaidja / Yiwayja / Yiwadya language (N39) (NT SC53-13)|2aiatsisl
650 7 |aMarrgu / Margu language (N45) (NT SC53-13)|2aiatsisl
650 7 |aWurangu language (N37) (NT SC52-16)|2aiatsisl
651 0 |aPapua New Guinea|xDescription and travel.
651 7 |aPort Essington (West Arnhem Land NT SC53-13)|2aiatsisp
651 7 |aPapua New Guinea (PNG)|2aiatsisp
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