The Resource Some Aboriginal routes in the western portion of South Australia

Some Aboriginal routes in the western portion of South Australia

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Some Aboriginal routes in the western portion of South Australia
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Some Aboriginal routes in the western portion of South Australia
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Result of observation chiefly in Ooldea area; means of obtaining water - rockholes, trees, native dams, etc.; game traps, Nullarbor plain - snake myth; Wirrung tribe; Andijirigna, Ngalia, Pitjantjara; trade in tobacco, pearl shell, etc.; summary of movements of early explorers; location of several hundreds of waterholes and soaks with native names; many of these plotted on map; importance of Ooldea as centre of trade and exchange; routes extend far into Western Desert area, Kimberleys, Northern Territory, Cape York
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Johnston, T. H.
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Some Aboriginal routes in the western portion of South Australia
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M0044247
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0053989
Label
Some Aboriginal routes in the western portion of South Australia
Publication
Control code
M0044247
System control number
0053989

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