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The Resource The story of the Flinders Ranges mammals, Dorothy Tunbridge in association with the Nepabunna Aboriginal School : photographs by Ian Morris, Ray and Anne Williams, Allan Fox and others : illustrations and maps by Allan Fox and Lynch Ryan

The story of the Flinders Ranges mammals, Dorothy Tunbridge in association with the Nepabunna Aboriginal School : photographs by Ian Morris, Ray and Anne Williams, Allan Fox and others : illustrations and maps by Allan Fox and Lynch Ryan

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The story of the Flinders Ranges mammals
Title
The story of the Flinders Ranges mammals
Statement of responsibility
Dorothy Tunbridge in association with the Nepabunna Aboriginal School : photographs by Ian Morris, Ray and Anne Williams, Allan Fox and others : illustrations and maps by Allan Fox and Lynch Ryan
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Summary
Using Adnyamathanha linguistic and cultural evidence, reconstructs the list of mammals in the Flinders Ranges destroyed through introduced animals, describes mammals and their habitat, hunting, cooking and use of skin, sinew, bone and fat products, and place of mammals in religious life
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The story of the Flinders Ranges mammals, Dorothy Tunbridge in association with the Nepabunna Aboriginal School : photographs by Ian Morris, Ray and Anne Williams, Allan Fox and others : illustrations and maps by Allan Fox and Lynch Ryan
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Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical refences and index
Contents
  • Foreword / John Calaby -- Acknowledgments -- Part 1: background -- Making this book, what makes it different -- The role of the Adnyamathanha people -- Historical records and comparative linguistics -- Mammal skin displays -- Mammal remains: Graham Medlin's work -- The Flinders Ranges region -- The nature of the country / Allan Fox -- The sad story of the Flinders Ranges mmals -- The pre-European mammal species -- The survivors -- How and when the extinctions occurred -- The effects of European settlement -- The impact of mammal loss on Aboriginal life -- The language of the Flinders Ranges and Gulfs region -- Old language records: a window on mammal history -- Adelaide mammals in 1840s -- Eyre Peninsula mammals in the 1840s -- Part 2: mammals in traditional Aboriginal life -- Mammals in the economy -- Hunting -- Mammals as food -- Manufacturing -- Mammals and the spiritual life -- Totemism -- Mammals in the dreaming -- Mammals and the doctor -- Part 3: the mammals -- Monotreme --Marsuplais -- Carnivorous marsupials -- Dasyurids -- Thylacine and Numbat -- Bandicoots and Bilbies -- Wombat -- Possums -- Kangaroos and their relatives -- Bettongs and rat-kangaroo -- Kangaroos and wallabies -- Giant marsupial -- Placental mammals -- Bats: large and small -- Mice and rats: native mice, stick-nest rats, hopping-mice, plague rodents
  • Tables:Mammal study skin -- A summary of remains of Flinders Ranges Mammal species -- Native mammals of the Flinders ranges mammal species -- Native mammals of the Flinders Ranges Region in recent time -- Yura Ngawarla sounds and how they are written -- Kaurna (Adelaide) mammal terms -- Barngaria (Eyre Peninsula) mmanal terms -- Mammal Totems --Comparative Wallaby terms -- Comparative kangaroo terms -- Flinders Ranges sighthings of the rock-wallaby -- Maps: The Flinder Ranges region -- A guide to the Gulfs languages
Control code
M0010407
Dimensions
29 cm
Extent
96 p.
Immediate source of acquisition
Copy 2 - donation from Tom Austen Brown collection
Isbn
9780864173904
Other physical details
ill. (some col.), maps, plans, ports.
Label
The story of the Flinders Ranges mammals, Dorothy Tunbridge in association with the Nepabunna Aboriginal School : photographs by Ian Morris, Ray and Anne Williams, Allan Fox and others : illustrations and maps by Allan Fox and Lynch Ryan
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical refences and index
Contents
  • Foreword / John Calaby -- Acknowledgments -- Part 1: background -- Making this book, what makes it different -- The role of the Adnyamathanha people -- Historical records and comparative linguistics -- Mammal skin displays -- Mammal remains: Graham Medlin's work -- The Flinders Ranges region -- The nature of the country / Allan Fox -- The sad story of the Flinders Ranges mmals -- The pre-European mammal species -- The survivors -- How and when the extinctions occurred -- The effects of European settlement -- The impact of mammal loss on Aboriginal life -- The language of the Flinders Ranges and Gulfs region -- Old language records: a window on mammal history -- Adelaide mammals in 1840s -- Eyre Peninsula mammals in the 1840s -- Part 2: mammals in traditional Aboriginal life -- Mammals in the economy -- Hunting -- Mammals as food -- Manufacturing -- Mammals and the spiritual life -- Totemism -- Mammals in the dreaming -- Mammals and the doctor -- Part 3: the mammals -- Monotreme --Marsuplais -- Carnivorous marsupials -- Dasyurids -- Thylacine and Numbat -- Bandicoots and Bilbies -- Wombat -- Possums -- Kangaroos and their relatives -- Bettongs and rat-kangaroo -- Kangaroos and wallabies -- Giant marsupial -- Placental mammals -- Bats: large and small -- Mice and rats: native mice, stick-nest rats, hopping-mice, plague rodents
  • Tables:Mammal study skin -- A summary of remains of Flinders Ranges Mammal species -- Native mammals of the Flinders ranges mammal species -- Native mammals of the Flinders Ranges Region in recent time -- Yura Ngawarla sounds and how they are written -- Kaurna (Adelaide) mammal terms -- Barngaria (Eyre Peninsula) mmanal terms -- Mammal Totems --Comparative Wallaby terms -- Comparative kangaroo terms -- Flinders Ranges sighthings of the rock-wallaby -- Maps: The Flinder Ranges region -- A guide to the Gulfs languages
Control code
M0010407
Dimensions
29 cm
Extent
96 p.
Immediate source of acquisition
Copy 2 - donation from Tom Austen Brown collection
Isbn
9780864173904
Other physical details
ill. (some col.), maps, plans, ports.

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