The Resource Aboriginal prehistory of Botany Bay

Aboriginal prehistory of Botany Bay

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Aboriginal prehistory of Botany Bay
Title
Aboriginal prehistory of Botany Bay
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Subject
Summary
Brief description of people at Port Jackson at white settlement, appearance, economic life, estimated numbers, food resources, fishing methods, canoes, stone tools, weapons, antiquity of south coast (N.S.W.) occupation, dating of N.S.W. coastal sites; work carried out at Kurnell & Botany Bay - rock shelter, middens, stone working areas, campsite; changes to ecology of the area, Kurnell as an area for Aboriginal life - food resources, tool making materials; differences between dune sites & rock shore sites, tentative explanation
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Dickson, F. P.
Label
Aboriginal prehistory of Botany Bay
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Publication
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Typescript; Confidential
Control code
M0055767
Extent
[17] p.
Governing access note
Open access, partial copying. Not for Inter-Library Loan
System control number
0079758
Label
Aboriginal prehistory of Botany Bay
Publication
Note
Typescript; Confidential
Control code
M0055767
Extent
[17] p.
Governing access note
Open access, partial copying. Not for Inter-Library Loan
System control number
0079758

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