The Resource The Aljawara and their territory

The Aljawara and their territory

Label
The Aljawara and their territory
Title
The Aljawara and their territory
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Summary
Fieldwork Lake Nash, 1966-67; traditional and present day locations, census; linguistic and cultural features differing from the Aranda groups; list of tribes whose existence the majority of Lake Nash Aljawara were aware - list given with Capells and OGrady-Voegelins spellings for comparison; extent of territory, the people in relation to their territory, sections - Pitjara, Kngwarija, Kimara, Pula; animals, plants and natural phenomena belonging to country; description of eight paths linking Aljawara with Aranda to west and south, Aljawara with the Kaititj, Aljawara and non Arandic Warimunga, place names connected with mythological routes
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1941-2011
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Yallop, Colin L.
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  • Capell, A.
  • O'Grady, Geoffrey N
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The Aljawara and their territory
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Publication
Control code
M0050045
System control number
0071668
Label
The Aljawara and their territory
Publication
Control code
M0050045
System control number
0071668

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