The significance of Ayers Rock for Aborigines [by W. E. Harney
- Bib ID:
- Harney, W. E. (William Edward), 1895-1962
- Darwin, Northern Territories Reserves Board, 1968]
- 21 p. illus., diagrs., maps. 26 cm.
A reprint of W.E. Harneys notes, listing many sites at Ayers Rock and Mount Olga; 2 sketch maps show locations, some of which are shown in plates; gives place names and mythology of the Uluridtja tribe for each site; notes sites containing rock carvings and paintings.
- Cover title.
- Aboriginal Australians -- Folklore
- Legends -- Australia
- Luritja / Loritja people (C7.1) (NT SG52-04)
- Stories and motifs
- Pitjantjatjara people (C6) (NT SG52-11)
- Art - Rock art - Painting
- Art - Rock art - Engraving
- Language - Vocabulary - Place names
- Uluru/Ayers Rock (N.T.)
- Mutitjulu / Ayers Rock (South Central NT SG52-08)
- Kata Tjuta / Olgas (South Central NT SG52-08)
- Uluru / Ayers Rock (South Central NT SG52-08)
- Mutidjula / Maggie Springs (South Central NT SG52-08)
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- Until 2038 [Created/Published Date + 70 Years]
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