The Resource Aboriginal dreaming tracks or trading paths : the common ways, Dale Kerwin

Aboriginal dreaming tracks or trading paths : the common ways, Dale Kerwin

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Aboriginal dreaming tracks or trading paths : the common ways
Title
Aboriginal dreaming tracks or trading paths
Title remainder
the common ways
Statement of responsibility
Dale Kerwin
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Subject
Language
eng
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Kerwin, Dale
Dissertation note
Thesis (Ph.D)--Griffith University, Faculty of Arts.
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Trade routes
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Aboriginal dreaming tracks or trading paths : the common ways, Dale Kerwin
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Publication
Contents
Common sense and common nonsense: the continent of Australia; The European imagination: the land and people of Australia; An affluent society or just hunter-gatherers?; Aboriginal people as beings; An Aboriginal perspective; Myth 1: Aboriginal society is nomadic and non-sedentary; Myth 2: Aboriginal society did not produce specialists; Myth 3: Aboriginal socety were food collectors not food producers -- Ch.2: Coming of the aliens: Eora people and the first convict settlers; Galgalla or smallpox; A wilderness; Ch.3: Only the learned can read: Re-authoring; The social game; Bula (friend); Antiquity in Australia; Population density; To whom the land belongs to -- Ch.4: Maps, travel and trade as a cultural process: Maps, astronomy and astrology, myths, art, way-finding devices, toa, message sticks, shell middens, bora grounds, travel technology, roads and trading routes, the Pituri road, White fella knowledge of pituri, associated dreaming tracks related to the trade of pituri, trade goods, shells, fur cloaks, ochre, market places/trade centres, stone, trading paths, storylines, song/story -- Ch.5: To travel is to learn: South-east Queensland; South-west Queensland corner: Mooraberrie (the Channel country); The nomads and their penetration of the Aboriginal landscape; Ludwig Leichhardt; Thomas Mitchell highway to Carpentaria; Edmund Kennedy; Gregory brothers; Jardine brothers; W. O. Hodgkinson; Stockmen and introduced beasts -- Appendix: M: Queensland Government tourist map of Mitchell's 4th survey of 1846 -- Legend to map 17 Colliver and Woolstan's map of the Aborigines of the Brisbane area; Legend to Colleen Wall's map of the Kabi Kabi people; Southeastern route Aboriginal in Massola; Map of Australian stock routes
Extent
288 p.
Governing access note
Open access - reading. Open copying for private study and research. No quotation. Not for Inter-Library Loan
Immediate source of acquisition
Dale Kerwin;
Other physical details
ill., facsims, maps
Stock number
MAR06/196
Label
Aboriginal dreaming tracks or trading paths : the common ways, Dale Kerwin
Publication
Contents
Common sense and common nonsense: the continent of Australia; The European imagination: the land and people of Australia; An affluent society or just hunter-gatherers?; Aboriginal people as beings; An Aboriginal perspective; Myth 1: Aboriginal society is nomadic and non-sedentary; Myth 2: Aboriginal society did not produce specialists; Myth 3: Aboriginal socety were food collectors not food producers -- Ch.2: Coming of the aliens: Eora people and the first convict settlers; Galgalla or smallpox; A wilderness; Ch.3: Only the learned can read: Re-authoring; The social game; Bula (friend); Antiquity in Australia; Population density; To whom the land belongs to -- Ch.4: Maps, travel and trade as a cultural process: Maps, astronomy and astrology, myths, art, way-finding devices, toa, message sticks, shell middens, bora grounds, travel technology, roads and trading routes, the Pituri road, White fella knowledge of pituri, associated dreaming tracks related to the trade of pituri, trade goods, shells, fur cloaks, ochre, market places/trade centres, stone, trading paths, storylines, song/story -- Ch.5: To travel is to learn: South-east Queensland; South-west Queensland corner: Mooraberrie (the Channel country); The nomads and their penetration of the Aboriginal landscape; Ludwig Leichhardt; Thomas Mitchell highway to Carpentaria; Edmund Kennedy; Gregory brothers; Jardine brothers; W. O. Hodgkinson; Stockmen and introduced beasts -- Appendix: M: Queensland Government tourist map of Mitchell's 4th survey of 1846 -- Legend to map 17 Colliver and Woolstan's map of the Aborigines of the Brisbane area; Legend to Colleen Wall's map of the Kabi Kabi people; Southeastern route Aboriginal in Massola; Map of Australian stock routes
Extent
288 p.
Governing access note
Open access - reading. Open copying for private study and research. No quotation. Not for Inter-Library Loan
Immediate source of acquisition
Dale Kerwin;
Other physical details
ill., facsims, maps
Stock number
MAR06/196

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