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Stone-workers progress : a study of stone implements in the Pitt Rivers Museum

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Stone-workers progress : a study of stone implements in the Pitt Rivers Museum
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Stone-workers progress : a study of stone implements in the Pitt Rivers Museum
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Summary
Notes on the development of flint-making techniques, progress, stone age phases - Australians classified as Neolithic, Tasmanians upper Palaeolithic; p.2552; Flaked pebbles, choppers, stone axes; flint axe and core manufacture in detail; p.58; Variations in the manufacture of spearhead and knife (Kimberleys); p.82; Present stone-working industries; p.89-90; Spearpoints of Ungarinyin and Worora; p.93-94; Notes on the stone-worker in Kimberleys, craftsmanship; p.97-98; Stone quarry at Mt. William - exchange system between tribes and owner (Wurunjerri); p.101-102; Stone tools of the Tasmanians; maily quotes Cooper, Elkin and Howitt
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Knowles, Francis H. S.
Date time place
1953
Series statement
Pitt Rivers Museum. Occasional paper in technology, 6)
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  • Cooper, H. M.
  • Elkin, A. P.
  • Howitt, A. W.
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Stone-workers progress : a study of stone implements in the Pitt Rivers Museum
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M0046183
Extent
120p.
Stock number
5329
System control number
0066306
Label
Stone-workers progress : a study of stone implements in the Pitt Rivers Museum
Publication
Note
diags
Control code
M0046183
Extent
120p.
Stock number
5329
System control number
0066306

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