The Resource Australian Aboriginal techniques of pressureflaking stone implements : some personal observations

Australian Aboriginal techniques of pressureflaking stone implements : some personal observations

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Australian Aboriginal techniques of pressureflaking stone implements : some personal observations
Title
Australian Aboriginal techniques of pressureflaking stone implements : some personal observations
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Subject
Summary
Account of two Aboriginal men, Dilinj and Palungkatji, making Kimberley points; Djaru and Kitja tribes; stone quarries; methods of hafting; evidence for trade; pirri points an earlier phase; comparison wwith American Indian methods
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1900-1993
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Tindale, Norman B.
Date time place
1982
Label
Australian Aboriginal techniques of pressureflaking stone implements : some personal observations
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Publication
Note
  • bibl.; diags.; illus.; Typescript (processed);
  • See pamphlet p TIN
  • Published in Stone tool analysis; essays in honor of Don E. Crabtree / edited by Mark G. Plew, James C. Woods, and Max G. Pavesic. - Albuquerque; University of New Mexico Press, 1985
Control code
M0039644
Extent
48 l.
Governing access note
Open access - reading. Open copying & quotation. Not for Inter-Library Loan
System control number
0063800
Label
Australian Aboriginal techniques of pressureflaking stone implements : some personal observations
Publication
Note
  • bibl.; diags.; illus.; Typescript (processed);
  • See pamphlet p TIN
  • Published in Stone tool analysis; essays in honor of Don E. Crabtree / edited by Mark G. Plew, James C. Woods, and Max G. Pavesic. - Albuquerque; University of New Mexico Press, 1985
Control code
M0039644
Extent
48 l.
Governing access note
Open access - reading. Open copying & quotation. Not for Inter-Library Loan
System control number
0063800

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