Vocabulary of the dialect spoken by the natives of the country adjacent to Lake Amadeus in Central Australia / [W.H. Willshire]
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- Willshire, W. H, author
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- [Australia : Government Printer, 1891]
- pages 42-46 ; 21 cm.
Lake Amadeus & George Gill Range vocabulary - approximately 350 words, womens names, place names; Alice Springs dialect - approximately 200 words, womens names; names of trees, animals, place names, phrases
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- Reprinted from The Aborigines of Central Australia.
- N 572.994 A154 copy Digital master available National Library of Australia
- ANL's copy is bound with The dawn of civilisation : pictorial aboriginal history of Australasia (epitomised), Anthropological notes / by Richd. Helms, Vocabulary of the dialect spoken by the natives of the country surrounding Alice Springs in Central Australia, Report by Dr. Milne Robertson upon certain peculiar habits and customs of the Aborigines of Western Australia, in a volume entitled Aborigines of Western Australia : pamphlets.
- Language - Vocabulary - Animal names
- Language - Vocabulary - Place names
- Language - Vocabulary - Plant names
- Aboriginal Australians -- Australia, Central -- Languages
- Aboriginal Australians -- Northern Territory
- Mparntwe / Alice Springs (South Central NT SF53-14)
- George Gill Range (South Central NT SG52-04)
- Lake Amadeus (South Central NT SG52-04)
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