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The Resource Aboriginal Australians - their journey, Jean A. Ellis

Aboriginal Australians - their journey, Jean A. Ellis

Label
Aboriginal Australians - their journey
Title
Aboriginal Australians - their journey
Statement of responsibility
Jean A. Ellis
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Annotation pending
Cataloging source
ANL
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Ellis, Jean A
Dewey number
305.89915
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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Kaliarna Productions
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  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Dreamtime (Aboriginal Australian mythology)
Label
Aboriginal Australians - their journey, Jean A. Ellis
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Includes index
  • Illustrators: Billy Reid, Brett Kali, James P. Simon
Bibliography note
Bibliography : p. 190
Contents
Traditional Aboriginal lifesytle: food of the tribal period; Aboriginal medication; Implements of timber; Implements of stone; Implements other than timber or stone; Non destructive use of trees; Sacred ceremonies; Aspects of family living; Leisure time activities; Use of the sea; Water transport; Bartering -- The Aboriginal dreaming : The Dreaming - a brief review; Music art and dance; The Creator: all father spirit; Ancestor spirits; Sacred colours: Manindi: a special dingo; Giant kangaroos; Bunyips - and other mysterious creatures; The Rainbow Serpent; The totem system: tribal totems; personal totems; The golden boomerang -- Traditional Aboriginal art : X-ray art; Mimi art;Stencilling; Wandjina art; Symbolism in art; Carving: Artefacts and other art forms; Ochre colours; Additional colours; Marwai: master artist; Art collections -- Aboriginal language groups : In the beginning: a brief review; As time passed: historical possibilities; The separate groups: similarities/differences; A tribal map area - 18th Century; Aboriginal languages: language classifications; Photographs: 19th Century; Words from the Wiradjuri group - in the beginning -- The trauma of early white contact : The First Fleet arrives; The Great South land: 1788; Eora territory: the Sydney area; Eora words of interest; Eora lifestyle: 1788: Eora men of whom we have a record; The white take over; The breastplate custom; Some incidents of massacre : the Pinjarra incident; The Yagan incident; The Myall Creek Massacre; The Benalla incident; Windradyne of the Wiradjuri; The Eugowra incident; The Queensland massacres; The Tasmanian trauma -- The transition period : tribal living disbanded; Mission living: the Warlpiri group; Reasons for discontent; A map of the mission areas; Black/white integration; Education for Aboriginal children; Aboriginal children; Aboriginal soldiers -- ; The end of black/white conflict throughout Australia; The contemporary scene: education for Aboriginal students; The process of progress; The mission situation today; The Aboriginal flag; What is native title?: the Mabo case; the Wik decision; Native title claims; What is leasehold land?; A map: legal tenure in Australia; Land rights; Sacred sites: 21st Century; Contemporary Aboriginal radio; T.V./films: 21st century progress; The contemprorary downturn; Federal government involvement; Reconciliation; The Referendum Anniversary; Aboriginal poem (Jack Davis); Contemporary spirituality; Ransom snippets; Glossary
Control code
000040311363
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
190 p. :
Isbn
9781876225186
Label
Aboriginal Australians - their journey, Jean A. Ellis
Publication
Note
  • Includes index
  • Illustrators: Billy Reid, Brett Kali, James P. Simon
Bibliography note
Bibliography : p. 190
Contents
Traditional Aboriginal lifesytle: food of the tribal period; Aboriginal medication; Implements of timber; Implements of stone; Implements other than timber or stone; Non destructive use of trees; Sacred ceremonies; Aspects of family living; Leisure time activities; Use of the sea; Water transport; Bartering -- The Aboriginal dreaming : The Dreaming - a brief review; Music art and dance; The Creator: all father spirit; Ancestor spirits; Sacred colours: Manindi: a special dingo; Giant kangaroos; Bunyips - and other mysterious creatures; The Rainbow Serpent; The totem system: tribal totems; personal totems; The golden boomerang -- Traditional Aboriginal art : X-ray art; Mimi art;Stencilling; Wandjina art; Symbolism in art; Carving: Artefacts and other art forms; Ochre colours; Additional colours; Marwai: master artist; Art collections -- Aboriginal language groups : In the beginning: a brief review; As time passed: historical possibilities; The separate groups: similarities/differences; A tribal map area - 18th Century; Aboriginal languages: language classifications; Photographs: 19th Century; Words from the Wiradjuri group - in the beginning -- The trauma of early white contact : The First Fleet arrives; The Great South land: 1788; Eora territory: the Sydney area; Eora words of interest; Eora lifestyle: 1788: Eora men of whom we have a record; The white take over; The breastplate custom; Some incidents of massacre : the Pinjarra incident; The Yagan incident; The Myall Creek Massacre; The Benalla incident; Windradyne of the Wiradjuri; The Eugowra incident; The Queensland massacres; The Tasmanian trauma -- The transition period : tribal living disbanded; Mission living: the Warlpiri group; Reasons for discontent; A map of the mission areas; Black/white integration; Education for Aboriginal children; Aboriginal children; Aboriginal soldiers -- ; The end of black/white conflict throughout Australia; The contemporary scene: education for Aboriginal students; The process of progress; The mission situation today; The Aboriginal flag; What is native title?: the Mabo case; the Wik decision; Native title claims; What is leasehold land?; A map: legal tenure in Australia; Land rights; Sacred sites: 21st Century; Contemporary Aboriginal radio; T.V./films: 21st century progress; The contemprorary downturn; Federal government involvement; Reconciliation; The Referendum Anniversary; Aboriginal poem (Jack Davis); Contemporary spirituality; Ransom snippets; Glossary
Control code
000040311363
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
190 p. :
Isbn
9781876225186

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