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Daly River (Malak Malak) land claim, Peter Sutton, Arthur B. Palmer

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Daly River (Malak Malak) land claim
Title
Daly River (Malak Malak) land claim
Statement of responsibility
Peter Sutton, Arthur B. Palmer
Title variation
Malak Malak land claim
Creator
Subject
Summary
Claim by Malak Malak and Madngele people to unalienated Crown land in the Daly River area; includes information on history of contact, descent and language groups and religious and economic ties with the land claimed
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Northern Land Council (Australia)
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  • Land tenure
  • ABoriginal Australians
  • Daly River Region (N.T.)
Label
Daly River (Malak Malak) land claim, Peter Sutton, Arthur B. Palmer
Instantiates
Publication
Note
"This book was prepared on behalf of Aboriginal people who are making a claim to unalienated Crown Land at Daly River, Northern Territory, Australia. The authors are members of staff of the Northern Land Council, Darwin." -- Title pagae
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
Introduction -- Acknowledgments -- Symbols -- List of plates -- Maps: -- Daly River region -- Areas excluded fro the present claim -- Approximate "tribal" areas, Daly River 1979 -- Mackillop 1892-3 "tribes" -- Basedow 1907 "tribes' -- Plan of Daly River camps (anon. 1913) -- Based on W.E.H Stanner ("rough sketch map of tribal distribution" (field notes 1932) and map in Stanner 1933a : 382 -- From W.E.H Stanner, fieldnotes 1932 -- Aboriginal sites in the region of the claimed land -- Chapter 2: History -- Early contact and exploration -- Early European and Chinese settlement -- The coppermine murders -- The Jesuit mission period (1886-99) -- "A smell of old failure, vice, and decadence": 1900-40 -- World war II to the present -- History of population changes -- Attemptes to set land aside for Daly River Aboriginals -- History of the Daly River ( Malak Malak) land claim -- Chapter 2: the land claimed -- The natural environment -- Status of lands in the area -- The Aboriginal landscape -- Chapter 3: the linguistic group -- Languages and tribes -- Malak Malak -- Madngele -- Kamu -- Kuwama -- Tribal country -- Internationalism, tribal coalitions, and the emergent wider "Malak Malak" group -- Chapter 4: the local descent group -- The literature -- Discussion -- The local descent group -- Sucession to estates of extinct descent groups -- The claimant groups, relevent extinct groups, and their estates -- Chapter 5: Spriritual affiliation and responsibility -- Common spiritual affiliation -- Dreamings -- Non-patrifilial dreamings -- Common spirit-centres --Personal names -- Primary spiritual responsibility -- Responsibility for sites of religious significance -- Chapter 6: Strength of attachment -- Chapter 7: the right to forage -- Chapter 8: Advantage and detriment -- Appendix I: Alienated land within the claim area -- Appendix II: summary list of sites shown on Map 9 -- Appendix III: descriptive summaries of sites shown on Map 9, grouped according to traditional ownership -- Appendix IV: Dreamings -- References
Control code
M0031211
Dimensions
30 cm
Extent
xii, 130 p.
Other physical details
ill., maps (some folded), ports.
Label
Daly River (Malak Malak) land claim, Peter Sutton, Arthur B. Palmer
Publication
Note
"This book was prepared on behalf of Aboriginal people who are making a claim to unalienated Crown Land at Daly River, Northern Territory, Australia. The authors are members of staff of the Northern Land Council, Darwin." -- Title pagae
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
Introduction -- Acknowledgments -- Symbols -- List of plates -- Maps: -- Daly River region -- Areas excluded fro the present claim -- Approximate "tribal" areas, Daly River 1979 -- Mackillop 1892-3 "tribes" -- Basedow 1907 "tribes' -- Plan of Daly River camps (anon. 1913) -- Based on W.E.H Stanner ("rough sketch map of tribal distribution" (field notes 1932) and map in Stanner 1933a : 382 -- From W.E.H Stanner, fieldnotes 1932 -- Aboriginal sites in the region of the claimed land -- Chapter 2: History -- Early contact and exploration -- Early European and Chinese settlement -- The coppermine murders -- The Jesuit mission period (1886-99) -- "A smell of old failure, vice, and decadence": 1900-40 -- World war II to the present -- History of population changes -- Attemptes to set land aside for Daly River Aboriginals -- History of the Daly River ( Malak Malak) land claim -- Chapter 2: the land claimed -- The natural environment -- Status of lands in the area -- The Aboriginal landscape -- Chapter 3: the linguistic group -- Languages and tribes -- Malak Malak -- Madngele -- Kamu -- Kuwama -- Tribal country -- Internationalism, tribal coalitions, and the emergent wider "Malak Malak" group -- Chapter 4: the local descent group -- The literature -- Discussion -- The local descent group -- Sucession to estates of extinct descent groups -- The claimant groups, relevent extinct groups, and their estates -- Chapter 5: Spriritual affiliation and responsibility -- Common spiritual affiliation -- Dreamings -- Non-patrifilial dreamings -- Common spirit-centres --Personal names -- Primary spiritual responsibility -- Responsibility for sites of religious significance -- Chapter 6: Strength of attachment -- Chapter 7: the right to forage -- Chapter 8: Advantage and detriment -- Appendix I: Alienated land within the claim area -- Appendix II: summary list of sites shown on Map 9 -- Appendix III: descriptive summaries of sites shown on Map 9, grouped according to traditional ownership -- Appendix IV: Dreamings -- References
Control code
M0031211
Dimensions
30 cm
Extent
xii, 130 p.
Other physical details
ill., maps (some folded), ports.

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