The Resource Flinders ranges dreaming, collected and written by Dorothy Tunbridge; maps drawn by Bill Watt; photographs by Bernd Stoecker in association with the Adnyamathanha people of the Flinders Ranges, SA

Flinders ranges dreaming, collected and written by Dorothy Tunbridge; maps drawn by Bill Watt; photographs by Bernd Stoecker in association with the Adnyamathanha people of the Flinders Ranges, SA

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Flinders ranges dreaming
Title
Flinders ranges dreaming
Statement of responsibility
collected and written by Dorothy Tunbridge; maps drawn by Bill Watt; photographs by Bernd Stoecker in association with the Adnyamathanha people of the Flinders Ranges, SA
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Contributor
Illustrator
Subject
Language
L10
Summary
Stories from the Adnyamathanha Dreaming relating to sites and place names in the Flinders Ranges
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Tunbridge, Dorothy
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1928-2010
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  • Watt, Bill
  • Stoecker, Bernd
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  • Dreamtime (Aboriginal Australian mythology)
  • Adnyamathanha (Australian people)
Label
Flinders ranges dreaming, collected and written by Dorothy Tunbridge; maps drawn by Bill Watt; photographs by Bernd Stoecker in association with the Adnyamathanha people of the Flinders Ranges, SA
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Publication
Note
MS version of B T926.13/F1 - see also related manuscript MS 2967 and posters M570 and M571
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volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
  • text
  • cartographic image
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Acknowledgements : general; the sources of the stories -- About this book -- How this book was made -- The meaning of the Dreaming -- On language -- The stories : Adambada and Artapudapuda; Akurra, the Dreamtime Serpent : at Yaki; At Karldinha; at Widapa Awi; at the Talc Mine -- Artapudapuda and his nephews -- Arta-Wararlpanha (Mount Serle) -- Artunyi, the Seven Sisters -- Awi-Irtanha, the mistletoe eater -- How boning began -- The cannabalistic father -- The diver and the duck -- The dove's grinding stones -- The eagle and the crows -- The emu and the rat -- The emu and the turkery -- The euro and the kangaroo - The goanna and the native cat -- The grinding stones at Parachilna -- Gum trees -- The iga tree -- Kakarlpunha -- The thumping kangaroo -- The lizards Alda and Vikarri -- The lizards Murrandyarli and Murnga -- Madkandyi, the big whirlwind -- The Marnbi's journey -- Marrukurli -- How the Moon got the mark on his belly -- Mother's helper -- The Muda Awi hunters -- Ngawarla wami -- The old man and his two wives -- The opal at Mindipa -- The sparkling opals -- Snakes: Murdlu and Vinhadu, the two carpet snakes; Mithindi the little snake of Ngambadatanha Vari; Wiparu and Udkari -- Valnaapa of Ngarnga Wami -- Valnaapa: introduction; Valnaapa 1. The great travellers; Valnaapa 2: Wartalyunha and Yanggunha -- Vapapa -- Virdianha -- Virlkuthalypila, the two old women: introduction; the start of the journey; the old woman who chased the wallaby; the old woman and her lost children; Tyakatya Wirnga; The old women at Wildya Vari; Journey's end, Marraawinha (Marree) -- Wadna Yaldha Vambata (Mount Chambers) -- Warta Vurdli, the morning star -- Warturlipinha -- Wildu Urngi sthe spirit eagle -- The woman who murdered her daughter -- Yamuti -- Yudnhumatanha -- Yuralypila or the murderous old woman -- Yurlu Ngukandanha -- Sources: References made in this book; The stories and the story tellers -- Sites in the stories: Places and the stories in which they occur; Index of sites: English-Yura Ngawarla
Control code
M0011337
Dimensions
29.5 cm
Extent
3, 223 pages
Governing access note
Open access - reading. Open copying & quotation. Not for Inter-Library Loan
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
maps
System control number
0009136
Label
Flinders ranges dreaming, collected and written by Dorothy Tunbridge; maps drawn by Bill Watt; photographs by Bernd Stoecker in association with the Adnyamathanha people of the Flinders Ranges, SA
Publication
Note
MS version of B T926.13/F1 - see also related manuscript MS 2967 and posters M570 and M571
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
  • text
  • cartographic image
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Acknowledgements : general; the sources of the stories -- About this book -- How this book was made -- The meaning of the Dreaming -- On language -- The stories : Adambada and Artapudapuda; Akurra, the Dreamtime Serpent : at Yaki; At Karldinha; at Widapa Awi; at the Talc Mine -- Artapudapuda and his nephews -- Arta-Wararlpanha (Mount Serle) -- Artunyi, the Seven Sisters -- Awi-Irtanha, the mistletoe eater -- How boning began -- The cannabalistic father -- The diver and the duck -- The dove's grinding stones -- The eagle and the crows -- The emu and the rat -- The emu and the turkery -- The euro and the kangaroo - The goanna and the native cat -- The grinding stones at Parachilna -- Gum trees -- The iga tree -- Kakarlpunha -- The thumping kangaroo -- The lizards Alda and Vikarri -- The lizards Murrandyarli and Murnga -- Madkandyi, the big whirlwind -- The Marnbi's journey -- Marrukurli -- How the Moon got the mark on his belly -- Mother's helper -- The Muda Awi hunters -- Ngawarla wami -- The old man and his two wives -- The opal at Mindipa -- The sparkling opals -- Snakes: Murdlu and Vinhadu, the two carpet snakes; Mithindi the little snake of Ngambadatanha Vari; Wiparu and Udkari -- Valnaapa of Ngarnga Wami -- Valnaapa: introduction; Valnaapa 1. The great travellers; Valnaapa 2: Wartalyunha and Yanggunha -- Vapapa -- Virdianha -- Virlkuthalypila, the two old women: introduction; the start of the journey; the old woman who chased the wallaby; the old woman and her lost children; Tyakatya Wirnga; The old women at Wildya Vari; Journey's end, Marraawinha (Marree) -- Wadna Yaldha Vambata (Mount Chambers) -- Warta Vurdli, the morning star -- Warturlipinha -- Wildu Urngi sthe spirit eagle -- The woman who murdered her daughter -- Yamuti -- Yudnhumatanha -- Yuralypila or the murderous old woman -- Yurlu Ngukandanha -- Sources: References made in this book; The stories and the story tellers -- Sites in the stories: Places and the stories in which they occur; Index of sites: English-Yura Ngawarla
Control code
M0011337
Dimensions
29.5 cm
Extent
3, 223 pages
Governing access note
Open access - reading. Open copying & quotation. Not for Inter-Library Loan
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
maps
System control number
0009136

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