The Resource The ship's mast. : The legacy of the Macassan presence in northern Australia, Ian S. McIntosh

The ship's mast. : The legacy of the Macassan presence in northern Australia, Ian S. McIntosh

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The ship's mast. : The legacy of the Macassan presence in northern Australia
Title
The ship's mast.
Title remainder
The legacy of the Macassan presence in northern Australia
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Ian S. McIntosh
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Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Warramirri traditions about the historical and sacred nature of contact with Macassan, Japanese and European peoples in Arnhem Land; background contact history - trepang industry; influence of Macassans and Islam on Yolngu worldview; origin of Birrinydji and Walitha'Walitha Dreaming; mast and flag symbolism as the encoding of moral responsibility; role of ritual and myth in contemporary Arnhem Land
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1957-
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McIntosh, Ian S.
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Label
The ship's mast. : The legacy of the Macassan presence in northern Australia, Ian S. McIntosh
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Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p.165
Extent
p. 155-165
Label
The ship's mast. : The legacy of the Macassan presence in northern Australia, Ian S. McIntosh
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p.165
Extent
p. 155-165

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