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The Resource A history of Aboriginal people of the Illawarra 1770 to 1970, [NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service]

A history of Aboriginal people of the Illawarra 1770 to 1970, [NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service]

Label
A history of Aboriginal people of the Illawarra 1770 to 1970
Title
A history of Aboriginal people of the Illawarra 1770 to 1970
Statement of responsibility
[NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service]
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Relationship to land; contact history; dispossession; education; sport; lists sites of significance; lists some traditional Dharawal stories and the sources for these
Additional physical form
  • Also available online at the DEC website. Address as at 12/8/05: http://www3.environment.nsw.gov.au/PDFs/illawarra_aboriginal_history.pdf.
  • Early contact map is also available online. Address as at 12/8/05: http://www3.environment.nsw.gov.au/PDFs/illawarra_aboriginal_history_poster.pdf.
Cataloging source
NSL
Dewey number
994.460049915
Government publication
government publication of a state province territory dependency etc
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
  • portraits
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1955-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Wesson, Sue C.
  • Gahan, Kate
  • New South Wales
  • New South Wales
  • Illawarra Regional Aboriginal Heritage Study
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Wodiwodi (Australian people)
  • Wodiwodi (Australian people)
  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Aboriginal Australians
Label
A history of Aboriginal people of the Illawarra 1770 to 1970, [NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service]
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Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • "This book is based on a report by Kate Gahan (2004) prepared as part of the Illawarra Regional Aboriginal Heritage Study. It has been edited, added to and constructed by Sue Wesson."--p. [2]
  • "DEC 2004/104"--Inside front cover
  • "This project is part of a larger study known as the Illawarra Regional Aboriginal Heritage Study (IRAHS). The IRAHS is a NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) initiative in accordance with its Cultural Heritage Conservation Policy [2002]."--p. [2]
  • Early contact map in pocket at back
  • "The Wodi Wodi are the Aboriginal custodians of the Illawarra who spoke a variant of the Dharawal language."--p. [6]
Accompanying material
Early contact map (col.)
Bibliography note
Includes bibliography: (p. 70-78) and index
Contents
Introduction: linking the past and the present: history of the project, Illawarra landscape -- Ch. 1: Belonging to the land: totems, the land as guide, teacher and provider -- Ch. 2: Invasion: Europeans arrive and stay: the competition for land and resources, resistance, ongoing use of Illawarra environments, movement, maintaining knowledge and customs, burials -- Ch. 3: Strategies for coping; taking on some European practices: employment, breastplates; symbols of acceptance and power; sport; education -- Ch.4: Fighting the battles for human rights: land tenure, defending family life and identity, joining the broader fight for Aboriginal rights; Europeans engae with Aboriginal culture -- Appendix 1: Significant Aboriginal sites identified in the IRAHS; Appendix 2: Traditional stories of the Dharawal
Control code
000028048148
Dimensions
21 x 21 cm. +
Extent
86 p.
Isbn
9781741370874
Other physical details
ill. (some col.), maps (some col.), ports.,
Label
A history of Aboriginal people of the Illawarra 1770 to 1970, [NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service]
Link
Publication
Note
  • "This book is based on a report by Kate Gahan (2004) prepared as part of the Illawarra Regional Aboriginal Heritage Study. It has been edited, added to and constructed by Sue Wesson."--p. [2]
  • "DEC 2004/104"--Inside front cover
  • "This project is part of a larger study known as the Illawarra Regional Aboriginal Heritage Study (IRAHS). The IRAHS is a NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) initiative in accordance with its Cultural Heritage Conservation Policy [2002]."--p. [2]
  • Early contact map in pocket at back
  • "The Wodi Wodi are the Aboriginal custodians of the Illawarra who spoke a variant of the Dharawal language."--p. [6]
Accompanying material
Early contact map (col.)
Bibliography note
Includes bibliography: (p. 70-78) and index
Contents
Introduction: linking the past and the present: history of the project, Illawarra landscape -- Ch. 1: Belonging to the land: totems, the land as guide, teacher and provider -- Ch. 2: Invasion: Europeans arrive and stay: the competition for land and resources, resistance, ongoing use of Illawarra environments, movement, maintaining knowledge and customs, burials -- Ch. 3: Strategies for coping; taking on some European practices: employment, breastplates; symbols of acceptance and power; sport; education -- Ch.4: Fighting the battles for human rights: land tenure, defending family life and identity, joining the broader fight for Aboriginal rights; Europeans engae with Aboriginal culture -- Appendix 1: Significant Aboriginal sites identified in the IRAHS; Appendix 2: Traditional stories of the Dharawal
Control code
000028048148
Dimensions
21 x 21 cm. +
Extent
86 p.
Isbn
9781741370874
Other physical details
ill. (some col.), maps (some col.), ports.,

Library Locations

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