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Subsistence behaviour among the Western Desert Aborigines of Australia

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Subsistence behaviour among the Western Desert Aborigines of Australia
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Subsistence behaviour among the Western Desert Aborigines of Australia
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Field work 1966-67; History of European contact, setting up of missions, reserves; estimate of precontact population, present figures; Hunting localities, subsistence, staple foods - gives native names (Ngatatjara), division of labour, methods of hunting & gathering; storage of food; Water supplies; Territoriality and sacred sites; tracks of ancestral beings, naming of waterholes, hills & other features; Increase ceremonies within groups; Boundary behaviour amongst desert Aborigines; Throughout article comparison is given with habits of the !Kung Bushmen; Brings together & comments on other writers views
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Gould, Richard A.
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  • Balgo Hills Mission (W.A.)
  • Ernabella Mission
  • Jigalong Mission (W.A.)
  • Mount Margaret Mission (W.A.)
  • Wiluna Mission (W.A.)
  • Warburton Range Mission (W.A.)
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Subsistence behaviour among the Western Desert Aborigines of Australia
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M0042797
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0051077
Label
Subsistence behaviour among the Western Desert Aborigines of Australia
Publication
Control code
M0042797
System control number
0051077

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