The Resource Gundungurra country, by James Leslie Smith

Gundungurra country, by James Leslie Smith

Label
Gundungurra country
Title
Gundungurra country
Statement of responsibility
by James Leslie Smith
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Action
Community members are to be asked for permission ONLY when Dr Smith is no longer able to provide it. At October 2019, Dr Smith's address is 65 Fletcher Street Wentworth Falls NSW 2782; he will provide permission if appropriate and advice on use of thesis content.
Cataloging source
AIAS
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1920-
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Smith, Jim
Dissertation note
Thesis (Ph.D) -- Macquarie University, 2008
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  • Lynch, Billy
  • Wonduck
  • Russell, William M
  • Moyengully
  • Mungang
  • Bowen
  • Omai, Billy
  • Riley, George
  • Toliman family
  • Mathews, R. H.
  • Bennett, Alfred Leonard
  • Peck, Charles W
  • Walford, Frank
  • Shepherd, Jimmy
  • Gundungurra (Australian people)
  • Cultural landscapes
  • Burragorang Valley (N.S.W.)
Label
Gundungurra country, by James Leslie Smith
Instantiates
Production
Bibliography note
Bibliography : pages 649-689
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
  • text
  • still image
  • cartographic image
Content type MARC source
  • rdacontent
  • rdacontent
  • rdacontent
Contents
Introduction : Foreword by Ivy Brookman -- Ch. 1: Language and country : Where was the Gundungurra language spoken?; The Gundungurra clans : Southern Highlands & Burragorang Valley; Cox's River; The Southern clans; Northwestern groups; Summary of data on Gundungurra clans; The Burra Burra and their country: introduction; a Burra Burra family; Burra Burra cultural landscape -- The Gundungurra Dreaming : introduction; a note on terminology; assessing authenticity of sources; oral history -- Mathews and Bennett, the two main recorders of Gundungurra mythology, and their informants : R. H. Mathews; A. L. Bennett; The informants of Bennett and Mathews; Summary -- The journey of Gurangatch & Mirragan : mapping the landmarks; The characters of the story; Other versions of the Gurangatch and Mirragan story; Gurangatch and Mirragan beyond Gundungurra country; Gurangatch and Mirragan country today; Locating Gurangatch's waterholes; How Mathews' understanding of Gurangatch and Mirragan evolved -- The Gundungurra Bullun stories : introduction; The Brambambults; Locating the Bullun stories; Summary of the Bullun stories -- Analysis of stories recorded by Mathews and Bennett : how Mathews edited Gundungurra stories; Comparisons of versions of stories recorded by Mathews and Bennett; Men's and women's versions of Gundungurra stories -- Other recorders of Gundungurra mythology : Charles Peck; Frank Walford; Patricia Stone and stories of the Three Sisters; The echo legends; James Lawrence; William Watson Sharp; Louisa Atkinson; Martin Feld; Mel Ward; Gundungurra stories - lost, or known only from fragments; Conclusion to mythology -- Ch. 3: After the Dreaming - the Burragorang community : Gundungurra families of the Burragorang Valley and beyond -- Land claims and reserves of the Burragorang Valley : introduction; What is a reserve?; Aboriginal reserve 17023; Aboriginal reserve 14937; Aboriginal reserves 40401 and 40798; Aboriginal reserve 10159; Aboriginal reserve 26; Aboriginal reserve 27; John Jingery's conditional purchase; Henry Willis; John Riley's conditional purchase -- The Aboriginal voters of the Burragorang Valley; Summary of the Burragorang Aboriginal community -- Ch. 4: Aboriginal cultural landscapes of the Burragorang Valley and surrounding areas : introduction; Lower Cox; Kedumba; Central and lower Burragorang; Upper Burragorang; Jingery; Summary of cultural landscapes -- Summary and conclusions -- Appendix : Family trees : Burragorang Valley Aboriginal community 1830s to 1950s -- Clarkson/Sims/Davis family tree -- Sherritt family tree -- Shepherds family tree -- Mary Smith's families -- Saunders family tree
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
3 volumes (xxxvii, 692 pages)
Governing access note
  • Access note: restrictions apply due to cultural content
  • Closed access - Depositor's or community's permission. Closed copying and quotation - Depositor's or community's permission. Not for Inter-Library Loan
Immediate source of acquisition
Macquarie Uni
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
genealogical tables, maps, portraits
Stock number
MAR13/001
Label
Gundungurra country, by James Leslie Smith
Production
Bibliography note
Bibliography : pages 649-689
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
  • text
  • still image
  • cartographic image
Content type MARC source
  • rdacontent
  • rdacontent
  • rdacontent
Contents
Introduction : Foreword by Ivy Brookman -- Ch. 1: Language and country : Where was the Gundungurra language spoken?; The Gundungurra clans : Southern Highlands & Burragorang Valley; Cox's River; The Southern clans; Northwestern groups; Summary of data on Gundungurra clans; The Burra Burra and their country: introduction; a Burra Burra family; Burra Burra cultural landscape -- The Gundungurra Dreaming : introduction; a note on terminology; assessing authenticity of sources; oral history -- Mathews and Bennett, the two main recorders of Gundungurra mythology, and their informants : R. H. Mathews; A. L. Bennett; The informants of Bennett and Mathews; Summary -- The journey of Gurangatch & Mirragan : mapping the landmarks; The characters of the story; Other versions of the Gurangatch and Mirragan story; Gurangatch and Mirragan beyond Gundungurra country; Gurangatch and Mirragan country today; Locating Gurangatch's waterholes; How Mathews' understanding of Gurangatch and Mirragan evolved -- The Gundungurra Bullun stories : introduction; The Brambambults; Locating the Bullun stories; Summary of the Bullun stories -- Analysis of stories recorded by Mathews and Bennett : how Mathews edited Gundungurra stories; Comparisons of versions of stories recorded by Mathews and Bennett; Men's and women's versions of Gundungurra stories -- Other recorders of Gundungurra mythology : Charles Peck; Frank Walford; Patricia Stone and stories of the Three Sisters; The echo legends; James Lawrence; William Watson Sharp; Louisa Atkinson; Martin Feld; Mel Ward; Gundungurra stories - lost, or known only from fragments; Conclusion to mythology -- Ch. 3: After the Dreaming - the Burragorang community : Gundungurra families of the Burragorang Valley and beyond -- Land claims and reserves of the Burragorang Valley : introduction; What is a reserve?; Aboriginal reserve 17023; Aboriginal reserve 14937; Aboriginal reserves 40401 and 40798; Aboriginal reserve 10159; Aboriginal reserve 26; Aboriginal reserve 27; John Jingery's conditional purchase; Henry Willis; John Riley's conditional purchase -- The Aboriginal voters of the Burragorang Valley; Summary of the Burragorang Aboriginal community -- Ch. 4: Aboriginal cultural landscapes of the Burragorang Valley and surrounding areas : introduction; Lower Cox; Kedumba; Central and lower Burragorang; Upper Burragorang; Jingery; Summary of cultural landscapes -- Summary and conclusions -- Appendix : Family trees : Burragorang Valley Aboriginal community 1830s to 1950s -- Clarkson/Sims/Davis family tree -- Sherritt family tree -- Shepherds family tree -- Mary Smith's families -- Saunders family tree
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
3 volumes (xxxvii, 692 pages)
Governing access note
  • Access note: restrictions apply due to cultural content
  • Closed access - Depositor's or community's permission. Closed copying and quotation - Depositor's or community's permission. Not for Inter-Library Loan
Immediate source of acquisition
Macquarie Uni
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
genealogical tables, maps, portraits
Stock number
MAR13/001

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