The Resource Darkinung recognition : an analysis of the historiography for the Aborigines from the Hawkesbury-Hunter Ranges to the Northwest of Sydney, Geoff Ford

Darkinung recognition : an analysis of the historiography for the Aborigines from the Hawkesbury-Hunter Ranges to the Northwest of Sydney, Geoff Ford

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Darkinung recognition : an analysis of the historiography for the Aborigines from the Hawkesbury-Hunter Ranges to the Northwest of Sydney
Title
Darkinung recognition
Title remainder
an analysis of the historiography for the Aborigines from the Hawkesbury-Hunter Ranges to the Northwest of Sydney
Statement of responsibility
Geoff Ford
Title variation
Darkinung recognition
Title variation remainder
identifying the Aborigines to the west and north of Sydney
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
annotation pending
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1939-
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Ford, Geoffrey Eric
Dissertation note
Thesis (Ph.D) -- University of Sydney, 2010.
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Yarramundi
  • Koottee
  • Mioram
  • Everingham, Ephraim
  • Barber, Annie
  • Deedora
  • Barber, Andrew
  • Mathews, R. H.
  • Sales, Tommy
  • Dual
  • Gomebeeree
Label
Darkinung recognition : an analysis of the historiography for the Aborigines from the Hawkesbury-Hunter Ranges to the Northwest of Sydney, Geoff Ford
Link
http://ses.library.usyd.edu.au/handle/2123/7745
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • http://ses.library.usyd.edu.au/handle/2123/7745 Access via University of Sydney digital theses program
  • Includes glossary
Bibliography note
Bibliography : p. 487-556
Contents
Part 1: Recognition of the Darkinung people : Arrival of the aliens at the river braches of the Hawkesbury-Hunter Ranges -- The "branch" natives of the Hawkesbury-Hunter Ranges -- The convicts' Aboriginal sons and daughters -- Part II : Recognition of the Darkinung language : Original encounters with officers from the British Royal Navy : the First Fleet's "inland" dialect -- Sharing speech with native-born settlers : the identification of Darkinung language, also The place of the Dharug (the Dhar-rook) language -- Being given neighbours' identity : the misidentification of Darkinung people as Dharug people at the Hawkesbury and the Northern Blue Mountains -- The Darkinung language identity taken "out of country" : the NSW Central Coast experience -- Part III : Recognition of the Darkinung country : Map as at 1875: "In the midst of the Hawkesbury-Hunter Ranges (with surrounding country) : country to the northeast of the Darkinung: interacting with the Wannungine of the coast and estuaries (aka Wannerawa alias "Guringai" and "Awabakal" -- Country to the southeast of the Darkinung : Interacting with the Dharug of the coastal plain, the cowpastures and the Woronora Plateau -- Country to the southwest of the Darkinung : interacting with the Gundungurra of the Southern Blue Mountains -- Country to the Northwest of the Darkinung : interacting with the Kamilaroi who occupied the Upper Hunter Valley or with the Wiradjuri across the Central Tablelands
Dimensions
29 cm.
Extent
558 p.
Governing access note
Open access - Reading ; Open copying for private study, Closed quotation. Not for Inter Library Loan
Immediate source of acquisition
Author
Other physical details
ill., facsims, map, ports
Stock number
MAR11/050
Label
Darkinung recognition : an analysis of the historiography for the Aborigines from the Hawkesbury-Hunter Ranges to the Northwest of Sydney, Geoff Ford
Link
http://ses.library.usyd.edu.au/handle/2123/7745
Publication
Note
  • http://ses.library.usyd.edu.au/handle/2123/7745 Access via University of Sydney digital theses program
  • Includes glossary
Bibliography note
Bibliography : p. 487-556
Contents
Part 1: Recognition of the Darkinung people : Arrival of the aliens at the river braches of the Hawkesbury-Hunter Ranges -- The "branch" natives of the Hawkesbury-Hunter Ranges -- The convicts' Aboriginal sons and daughters -- Part II : Recognition of the Darkinung language : Original encounters with officers from the British Royal Navy : the First Fleet's "inland" dialect -- Sharing speech with native-born settlers : the identification of Darkinung language, also The place of the Dharug (the Dhar-rook) language -- Being given neighbours' identity : the misidentification of Darkinung people as Dharug people at the Hawkesbury and the Northern Blue Mountains -- The Darkinung language identity taken "out of country" : the NSW Central Coast experience -- Part III : Recognition of the Darkinung country : Map as at 1875: "In the midst of the Hawkesbury-Hunter Ranges (with surrounding country) : country to the northeast of the Darkinung: interacting with the Wannungine of the coast and estuaries (aka Wannerawa alias "Guringai" and "Awabakal" -- Country to the southeast of the Darkinung : Interacting with the Dharug of the coastal plain, the cowpastures and the Woronora Plateau -- Country to the southwest of the Darkinung : interacting with the Gundungurra of the Southern Blue Mountains -- Country to the Northwest of the Darkinung : interacting with the Kamilaroi who occupied the Upper Hunter Valley or with the Wiradjuri across the Central Tablelands
Dimensions
29 cm.
Extent
558 p.
Governing access note
Open access - Reading ; Open copying for private study, Closed quotation. Not for Inter Library Loan
Immediate source of acquisition
Author
Other physical details
ill., facsims, map, ports
Stock number
MAR11/050

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