The Resource A study of the Palawa (Tasmanian Aboriginal) place names, John Albert Taylor

A study of the Palawa (Tasmanian Aboriginal) place names, John Albert Taylor

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A study of the Palawa (Tasmanian Aboriginal) place names
Title
A study of the Palawa (Tasmanian Aboriginal) place names
Statement of responsibility
John Albert Taylor
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Author
Subject
Language
eng
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Annotation pending
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AIAS
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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A study of the Palawa (Tasmanian Aboriginal) place names, John Albert Taylor
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Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references: Page. 96
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volume
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rdacarrier
Content category
  • text
  • still image
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Preface: the Palawa place names; who were the Palawa? -- Alphabetical list of Palawa place-names: index of map references -- List of Tasmanian places with Palawa names -- Understanding Palawa place names: glossary of symbols, glossary of terms - segments, glossary of terms - word formation; list of Palawa proto-words; Relief map of Tasmania -- General commentary: migrations to & within Tasmania in prehistory; The Palawa languages; Morphology ("word construction"); Classifiers, items & qualifiers; Phonemes; Natural sound changes; Dissimilation; Palatisation and labioverlarisation; Eclipsis and epenthetic alliteration; Semantic change; The development of phonemes - articulatory effort; Stressing & accenting; Conventionalisation; Pronuniciation; Aboriginal nomenclature practices -- Table 1: Sound changes - semantic changes - phonological progressions -- Table 2: Palawa consonants & semi-vowels as phones; Table 3: Categories of lexemes by reference to segments in word-initial position -- Appendices of grouped names: The Derwent River -- Southern & South Eastern Tasmania: the Forestier and Tasman Peninsulas west to the Derwent River, the Channel District, the Huon Valley; and South to South Cape -- South Western & Western Tasmania -- North Western & Northern Tasmania -- North Eastern & Eastern Tasmania -- Central Tasmania -- Names grouped by reference to semantic derivation -- Table of vernacular words in the Pama-Nyungab and Palawa lexicons for aspects of magnitude, geophysical features, and natural substances -- Synopses of the linguistic evidence for Aboriginal migrations to and within Tasmania: The Palawa Pleistocene speakers; The Furneaux speakers; The "Victorians"; Immigrants from the Mt Gambia [ie. Gambier]-Warnambool region -- The Mara speakers
Dimensions
29 cm.
Extent
361 pages
Governing access note
Not for Inter-Library loan
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
colour map
Label
A study of the Palawa (Tasmanian Aboriginal) place names, John Albert Taylor
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references: Page. 96
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
  • text
  • still image
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Preface: the Palawa place names; who were the Palawa? -- Alphabetical list of Palawa place-names: index of map references -- List of Tasmanian places with Palawa names -- Understanding Palawa place names: glossary of symbols, glossary of terms - segments, glossary of terms - word formation; list of Palawa proto-words; Relief map of Tasmania -- General commentary: migrations to & within Tasmania in prehistory; The Palawa languages; Morphology ("word construction"); Classifiers, items & qualifiers; Phonemes; Natural sound changes; Dissimilation; Palatisation and labioverlarisation; Eclipsis and epenthetic alliteration; Semantic change; The development of phonemes - articulatory effort; Stressing & accenting; Conventionalisation; Pronuniciation; Aboriginal nomenclature practices -- Table 1: Sound changes - semantic changes - phonological progressions -- Table 2: Palawa consonants & semi-vowels as phones; Table 3: Categories of lexemes by reference to segments in word-initial position -- Appendices of grouped names: The Derwent River -- Southern & South Eastern Tasmania: the Forestier and Tasman Peninsulas west to the Derwent River, the Channel District, the Huon Valley; and South to South Cape -- South Western & Western Tasmania -- North Western & Northern Tasmania -- North Eastern & Eastern Tasmania -- Central Tasmania -- Names grouped by reference to semantic derivation -- Table of vernacular words in the Pama-Nyungab and Palawa lexicons for aspects of magnitude, geophysical features, and natural substances -- Synopses of the linguistic evidence for Aboriginal migrations to and within Tasmania: The Palawa Pleistocene speakers; The Furneaux speakers; The "Victorians"; Immigrants from the Mt Gambia [ie. Gambier]-Warnambool region -- The Mara speakers
Dimensions
29 cm.
Extent
361 pages
Governing access note
Not for Inter-Library loan
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
colour map

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