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Birrajakoo [electronic resource] : bush plants of Nyikina country, Western Australia
Bib ID 4084308
Format BookBook [electronic resource]
Description Broome, W.A. : Madjulla Inc., c2007 
1 CD-ROM : col. ill. ; 4 3/4 in. 
ISBN 9780975670699
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Summary

"A unique collection of Niyikina knowledge about plants, bush tucker and bush medicine"--Back cover.

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"This collection of Nyikina cultural information is part of the Nyikina Language Project. ... Lucy Marshall guided the project and provided much of the information. Plant location & identification, Jeani Wabi, Sherwin McMahon, Aaron Sinclair and Leena Fraser-Buckle. Botanical identification, Bronwyn Stokes and Dave Dureau. Linguists, Bronwyn Stokes and Colleen Hattersley. Editing and photography, Colleen Hattersley and Bruce Mitchell. Graphic design and software, Bruce Mitchell."--Cover verso.

"A unique collection of Niyikina knowledge about plants, bush tucker and bush medicine"--Back cover.

Text in English and the Nyikina language and spoken in Nyikina.

Subjects Traditional ecological knowledge -- Western Australia -- Kimberley Region.  |  Medicinal plants -- Western Australia -- Kimberley Region.  |  Wild plants, Edible -- Western Australia -- Kimberley Region.  |  Traditional medicine -- Western Australia -- Kimberley Region.  |  Nyikina language -- Glossaries, vocabularies, etc.  |  Nyikina language (K3) (WA SE 51-12)  |  Food - Bush tucker.  |  Language - Vocabulary - Plant names.  |  Language - Linguistics - Phonology - Pronunciation.  |  Plants.  |  Nyikina people (K3) (WA SE51-11)  |  Indigenous knowledge - Health and medicine.  |  Kimberley (W.A.)  |  Kimberley area (WA SD51, SD52, SE51, SE52)  |  Indigenous knowledge - Health & medicine  |  Plants  |  Food - Bush tucker  |  Kimberley area (WA SD51, SD52, SE51, SE52)  |  Nyikina language (K3) (WA SE 51-12)  |  Nyikina people (K3) (WA SE51-11)
Other authors/contributors Marshall, Lucy, 1933-  |  Wabi, Jeani  |  McMahon, Sherwin  |  Sinclair, Aaron  |  Fraser-Buckle, Leena  |  Stokes, Bronwyn  |  Dureau, Dave  |  Hattersley, Colleen  |  Michell, Bruce  |  Madjulla Inc  |  Nyikina Language Project
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