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The Resource Guide to the Australian ethnological collection exhibited in the National Museum of Victoria, by Baldwin Spencer

Guide to the Australian ethnological collection exhibited in the National Museum of Victoria, by Baldwin Spencer

Label
Guide to the Australian ethnological collection exhibited in the National Museum of Victoria
Title
Guide to the Australian ethnological collection exhibited in the National Museum of Victoria
Statement of responsibility
by Baldwin Spencer
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Related
Cataloging source
ANL
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1860-1929
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Spencer, Baldwin
Dewey number
  • 994.0049915
  • 994.0049915
Government publication
government publication of a state province territory dependency etc
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • plates
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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Public Library, Museums and National Gallery (Vic.)
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  • Public Library, Museums and National Gallery (Vic.)
  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Ethnological museums and collections
Label
Guide to the Australian ethnological collection exhibited in the National Museum of Victoria, by Baldwin Spencer
Instantiates
Publication
Note
See also 1st edition 1901 under the title Guide to the Australian ethnographic collection in the National Museum of Victoria at RB RB S746.33/G3 and 3rd edition 1922 at RB S746.33/G1
Contents
Shields -- Boomerangs -- Clubs -- Spears -- Spear throwers -- Wooden vessels. nets, bags, baskets -- Articles of clothing -- Clothing and ornament -- Personal ornaments -- Human hair string -- Manufacture of twine -- Fire making -- Bone needles, awls, fishing hooks -- Instruments used for cutting and scraping -- Foods, decorating materials, narcotics, fixatives, etc -- Musical instruments -- Letter or message sticks -- Canoes -- Wallets -- Stone chisels or adzes -- Flaked stone axes -- Chipped and flaked stone implements -- Flaked stone knives -- Glass spear heads -- Ground stone axes -- Stone hammer axes -- Gad-shaped axes -- Grooved axes -- Stone wedges -- Pebble axes -- Scrapers, etc. -- "Blanks" -- Spokeshaves, chipped and flaked stone knives -- Grinding stones -- Grinding and pounding stones -- Chipping hammers -- Anvils and husking stones -- Stones for dressing spear shafts -- Large grinding stones -- Tasmanian stone implements -- Comparative stone series -- Ceremonial objects -- Sacred sticks and stones -- Churinga -- Articles of magic -- Pointing sticks and bones -- Shoes, etc. worn during a Kurdaitcha -- Stone knives used in certain initiation ceremonies -- Burial and mourning -- Melville and Bathurst Islands graves -- Grave post -- Objects used by the natives of Melville and Bathurst Islands -- Native bark drawings -- Picture on smoked bark -- Scene illustrating Aboriginal life -- Playthings -- Smoking pipes -- Miscellaneous -- Specimens illustrating tree cutting -- Woman's dilly bag and contents
Control code
000002268245
Dimensions
22 cm.
Edition
2nd ed.
Extent
128 p., [20] leaves, 4 p. of plates
Governing access note
Not for Inter Library Loan
Lccn
86041630
Other physical details
ill
Label
Guide to the Australian ethnological collection exhibited in the National Museum of Victoria, by Baldwin Spencer
Publication
Note
See also 1st edition 1901 under the title Guide to the Australian ethnographic collection in the National Museum of Victoria at RB RB S746.33/G3 and 3rd edition 1922 at RB S746.33/G1
Contents
Shields -- Boomerangs -- Clubs -- Spears -- Spear throwers -- Wooden vessels. nets, bags, baskets -- Articles of clothing -- Clothing and ornament -- Personal ornaments -- Human hair string -- Manufacture of twine -- Fire making -- Bone needles, awls, fishing hooks -- Instruments used for cutting and scraping -- Foods, decorating materials, narcotics, fixatives, etc -- Musical instruments -- Letter or message sticks -- Canoes -- Wallets -- Stone chisels or adzes -- Flaked stone axes -- Chipped and flaked stone implements -- Flaked stone knives -- Glass spear heads -- Ground stone axes -- Stone hammer axes -- Gad-shaped axes -- Grooved axes -- Stone wedges -- Pebble axes -- Scrapers, etc. -- "Blanks" -- Spokeshaves, chipped and flaked stone knives -- Grinding stones -- Grinding and pounding stones -- Chipping hammers -- Anvils and husking stones -- Stones for dressing spear shafts -- Large grinding stones -- Tasmanian stone implements -- Comparative stone series -- Ceremonial objects -- Sacred sticks and stones -- Churinga -- Articles of magic -- Pointing sticks and bones -- Shoes, etc. worn during a Kurdaitcha -- Stone knives used in certain initiation ceremonies -- Burial and mourning -- Melville and Bathurst Islands graves -- Grave post -- Objects used by the natives of Melville and Bathurst Islands -- Native bark drawings -- Picture on smoked bark -- Scene illustrating Aboriginal life -- Playthings -- Smoking pipes -- Miscellaneous -- Specimens illustrating tree cutting -- Woman's dilly bag and contents
Control code
000002268245
Dimensions
22 cm.
Edition
2nd ed.
Extent
128 p., [20] leaves, 4 p. of plates
Governing access note
Not for Inter Library Loan
Lccn
86041630
Other physical details
ill

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