The Resource Natives of the Swan River colony

Natives of the Swan River colony

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Natives of the Swan River colony
Title
Natives of the Swan River colony
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Summary
Types of foods, huts, method of cooking; clothing, ways in which cloaks were worn, adornment; Tribal laws; burial ceremony described, after-death beliefs; Treatment of sicknesses types of weapons used, meaning of engravings on throwing sticks Native vendettas and battles, laws of retaliation; Relations between Aborigines and settlers; Stories of Yagan, Midgegooroo (Beeliar tribe) and Yellowgonga (chief of the Mooro tribe); Tribal boundaries (with sketch map) - recorded by R. Lyon in 1832 of Moorro, Beeloo, Beeliar, Murray, Dygan; Names of members of tribes of Murray River, Swan River and Canning River districts, compiled by F. Armstrong in 1837
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1933-
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Green, Neville
Dissertation note
Thesis - Teachers College
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Natives of the Swan River colony
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Publication
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Held in: Royal Historical Society of Western Australia, Nedlands
Control code
M0044621
Extent
47[14]p.
System control number
0054688
Label
Natives of the Swan River colony
Publication
Note
Held in: Royal Historical Society of Western Australia, Nedlands
Control code
M0044621
Extent
47[14]p.
System control number
0054688

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