The Resource Aboriginal heritage of the southern forest region south-west Western Australia, a report for the Australian Heritage Commission [by] McDonald, Hales and Associates

Aboriginal heritage of the southern forest region south-west Western Australia, a report for the Australian Heritage Commission [by] McDonald, Hales and Associates

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Aboriginal heritage of the southern forest region south-west Western Australia
Title
Aboriginal heritage of the southern forest region south-west Western Australia
Statement of responsibility
a report for the Australian Heritage Commission [by] McDonald, Hales and Associates
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Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
WLB
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  • illustrations
  • maps
  • plates
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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McDonald, Hales and Associates
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Australian Heritage Commission
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  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Archaeological surveying
  • Ethnology
  • Historic sites
  • Noongar (Australian people)
Label
Aboriginal heritage of the southern forest region south-west Western Australia, a report for the Australian Heritage Commission [by] McDonald, Hales and Associates
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Cover title
Bibliography note
Bibliography : leaves 177-201
Contents
Section one: Background to the study -- Section two : Environmental setting : introduction; climate; geology and geomorphology; soils; hydrology; flora; fauna; palaeoclimate -- Section three: Ethnohistorical background : introduction; previous ethnohistoric research in the Southwest of Western Australia; History of European exploration and settlement in Western Australia: maritime exploration; French expeditions, British expeditions, colonisation and terrestrial exploration; Social organisation; Estimates of population, density and decline; Land-use strategies and trackways; Structures: huts, fishtraps, kangaroo and lizard traps, gnamma holes and water sources, possum trees; Food resources; Gatherings : corroborees, fights, timing and location; Material cultre; Conclusions -- Section four: Archaeological research in Southwest Western Australia : introduction; Swan coastal plain; Leeuwin-Naturaliste; Southern region; Anomalies and points of interest in Southern Forest archaeology: Pleistocene exploitation of Macrozamia, shell middens, rock art; Previously recorded sites in the Southern Forest region -- Section five : Data acquisition strategy for the Southern Forest Region : introduction; Methodological and theoretical background: Tasmania, Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria; Methodological overview; Environmental sample selection: archaeogeographic zones, target sample areas; Survey methodology; Recording forms and format; Limitations inherent in the study -- Section six: Results of archaeological field survey : archaeological field survey; Survey coverage; Survey results: overview; Archaeogeographic zone 1,2,3 : number of sites, artefact density distribution patterns, stone artefact assemblages, other archaeological features; Site location and nature; Aboriginal residential mobility and resource procurement patterns -- Section seven: Community liaison and ethnographic survey: introduction; Survey methods -- Section eight: community links to the study area: Nyungar associations with sites; Community links with the region; Cultural revitalisation -- Section nine: Ethnographic sites in the Southern Forest Region : research findings: archival research, field research; Significance of sites; Conclusion -- Section ten: Contemporary Nyungar use of the forest: contemporary use of forest, access to the forest, relationship with CALM -- Section eleven : conclusions to the ethnographic survey -- Section twelve: Managing the cultural resources of the Southern Forest -- Appendix #1 : Aboriginal site recording forms -- Appendix #2 : Survey path details and code sheet -- Appendix 3: Aboriginal community organisations consulted
Control code
000020979141
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
[9], 201, [30] leaves, 3 leaves of plates
Governing access note
Open access - reading. Open copying for private study (in accordance with Copyright Act 1968), closed quotation. Not for Inter-Library Loan
Immediate source of acquisition
Donated from Department of Environment Library
Other physical details
ill. (some col.), charts, maps
System control number
(OCoLC)222637826
Label
Aboriginal heritage of the southern forest region south-west Western Australia, a report for the Australian Heritage Commission [by] McDonald, Hales and Associates
Publication
Note
Cover title
Bibliography note
Bibliography : leaves 177-201
Contents
Section one: Background to the study -- Section two : Environmental setting : introduction; climate; geology and geomorphology; soils; hydrology; flora; fauna; palaeoclimate -- Section three: Ethnohistorical background : introduction; previous ethnohistoric research in the Southwest of Western Australia; History of European exploration and settlement in Western Australia: maritime exploration; French expeditions, British expeditions, colonisation and terrestrial exploration; Social organisation; Estimates of population, density and decline; Land-use strategies and trackways; Structures: huts, fishtraps, kangaroo and lizard traps, gnamma holes and water sources, possum trees; Food resources; Gatherings : corroborees, fights, timing and location; Material cultre; Conclusions -- Section four: Archaeological research in Southwest Western Australia : introduction; Swan coastal plain; Leeuwin-Naturaliste; Southern region; Anomalies and points of interest in Southern Forest archaeology: Pleistocene exploitation of Macrozamia, shell middens, rock art; Previously recorded sites in the Southern Forest region -- Section five : Data acquisition strategy for the Southern Forest Region : introduction; Methodological and theoretical background: Tasmania, Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria; Methodological overview; Environmental sample selection: archaeogeographic zones, target sample areas; Survey methodology; Recording forms and format; Limitations inherent in the study -- Section six: Results of archaeological field survey : archaeological field survey; Survey coverage; Survey results: overview; Archaeogeographic zone 1,2,3 : number of sites, artefact density distribution patterns, stone artefact assemblages, other archaeological features; Site location and nature; Aboriginal residential mobility and resource procurement patterns -- Section seven: Community liaison and ethnographic survey: introduction; Survey methods -- Section eight: community links to the study area: Nyungar associations with sites; Community links with the region; Cultural revitalisation -- Section nine: Ethnographic sites in the Southern Forest Region : research findings: archival research, field research; Significance of sites; Conclusion -- Section ten: Contemporary Nyungar use of the forest: contemporary use of forest, access to the forest, relationship with CALM -- Section eleven : conclusions to the ethnographic survey -- Section twelve: Managing the cultural resources of the Southern Forest -- Appendix #1 : Aboriginal site recording forms -- Appendix #2 : Survey path details and code sheet -- Appendix 3: Aboriginal community organisations consulted
Control code
000020979141
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
[9], 201, [30] leaves, 3 leaves of plates
Governing access note
Open access - reading. Open copying for private study (in accordance with Copyright Act 1968), closed quotation. Not for Inter-Library Loan
Immediate source of acquisition
Donated from Department of Environment Library
Other physical details
ill. (some col.), charts, maps
System control number
(OCoLC)222637826

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