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Aboriginal tribes & customs (a series of 50 picture plates)

Label
Aboriginal tribes & customs (a series of 50 picture plates)
Title
Aboriginal tribes & customs (a series of 50 picture plates)
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
NSL:M
Dewey number
305.89915
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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Sanitarium Health Food Company
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  • Cards
  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Aboriginal Australians
Label
Aboriginal tribes & customs (a series of 50 picture plates)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Cards are numbered and feature painted scenes of Australian aboriginal life with caption on the front. Series title, collecting information and advertising is printed on the back
  • 'Look for these beautifully coloured plates in every packet of Weet-Bix, Granose, Bixies, Cerix Puffed Wheat, San Bran and Sanitarium Corn Flakes' -- verso
Carrier category
card
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
  • text
  • still image
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
1: An Aboriginal family -- 2. The council of elders -- 3. Handing over a message stick -- 4. Conversing by sign language -- 5. The smoke signal -- 6. The corroboree -- 7. The Aborigine at home -- 8. The family on the March -- 9. Teaching boys bushcraft -- 10. Building an Aboriginal shelter -- 11. Using the firestick -- 12. The Aboriginal outdoor "kitchen" -- 13. Clothing and ornaments -- 14. Sharing of food -- 15. Hunting the kangaroo -- 16. The Aboriginal hunter -- 17. Hunters burning out game -- 18. Catching ducks and geese -- 19. Harpooning turtles -- 20. Spearing fish -- 21. Tree climbing -- 22. Aboriginal cooks -- 23. Aboriginal women -- 24. Canoes and rafts -- 25. Settling quarrels by dueling -- 26. Types of non-returning boomerangs -- 27. Throwing a returning boomerang -- 28. Aborigines at war -- 29. Spear throwing -- 30. Making a stone scraper -- 31. The stone axe -- 32. The spear thrower chisel -- 33. The art of string making -- 34. Weaving baskets by hand -- 35. Aboriginal children at play -- 36. An Aboriginal orchestra -- 37. The Aboriginal artist -- 38. Rock engravings -- 39. Cave paintings -- 40. The young initiate -- 41. Initiating the young pupil -- 42. Twirling a bull-roarer -- 43. Passing the fire ordeal -- 44. Performing the totem ceremony -- 45. Great snake ceremony -- 46. The origin of fire -- 47. The legend of the birds -- 48. A burial ceremony -- 49. The medecine man -- 50. The sorcerer
Control code
000041627813
Dimensions
7 x 5 cm.
Extent
50 cards
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
coloured illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)225626926
Label
Aboriginal tribes & customs (a series of 50 picture plates)
Publication
Note
  • Cards are numbered and feature painted scenes of Australian aboriginal life with caption on the front. Series title, collecting information and advertising is printed on the back
  • 'Look for these beautifully coloured plates in every packet of Weet-Bix, Granose, Bixies, Cerix Puffed Wheat, San Bran and Sanitarium Corn Flakes' -- verso
Carrier category
card
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
  • text
  • still image
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
1: An Aboriginal family -- 2. The council of elders -- 3. Handing over a message stick -- 4. Conversing by sign language -- 5. The smoke signal -- 6. The corroboree -- 7. The Aborigine at home -- 8. The family on the March -- 9. Teaching boys bushcraft -- 10. Building an Aboriginal shelter -- 11. Using the firestick -- 12. The Aboriginal outdoor "kitchen" -- 13. Clothing and ornaments -- 14. Sharing of food -- 15. Hunting the kangaroo -- 16. The Aboriginal hunter -- 17. Hunters burning out game -- 18. Catching ducks and geese -- 19. Harpooning turtles -- 20. Spearing fish -- 21. Tree climbing -- 22. Aboriginal cooks -- 23. Aboriginal women -- 24. Canoes and rafts -- 25. Settling quarrels by dueling -- 26. Types of non-returning boomerangs -- 27. Throwing a returning boomerang -- 28. Aborigines at war -- 29. Spear throwing -- 30. Making a stone scraper -- 31. The stone axe -- 32. The spear thrower chisel -- 33. The art of string making -- 34. Weaving baskets by hand -- 35. Aboriginal children at play -- 36. An Aboriginal orchestra -- 37. The Aboriginal artist -- 38. Rock engravings -- 39. Cave paintings -- 40. The young initiate -- 41. Initiating the young pupil -- 42. Twirling a bull-roarer -- 43. Passing the fire ordeal -- 44. Performing the totem ceremony -- 45. Great snake ceremony -- 46. The origin of fire -- 47. The legend of the birds -- 48. A burial ceremony -- 49. The medecine man -- 50. The sorcerer
Control code
000041627813
Dimensions
7 x 5 cm.
Extent
50 cards
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
coloured illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)225626926

Library Locations

    • Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS)Borrow it
      51 Lawson Cres, Acton, ACT, 2601, AU
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