The Resource Watercraft of the Aborigines of the Cumberland/Whitsunday Islands

Watercraft of the Aborigines of the Cumberland/Whitsunday Islands

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Watercraft of the Aborigines of the Cumberland/Whitsunday Islands
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Watercraft of the Aborigines of the Cumberland/Whitsunday Islands
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Language
eng
Summary
Extensive review of the historical evidence for the types of canoes used in the Cumberland/Whitsunday Islands (see Appendix 1); argues that bark canoes were the standard watercraft for the region and that sightings of outriggers present historical anomalies requiring explanation; includes listing of canoes north of the Whitsunday region Appendix 2)
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Blackwood, Ray
Label
Watercraft of the Aborigines of the Cumberland/Whitsunday Islands
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Publication
Extent
12 p. ; 30 cm.
Governing access note
  • Open access - reading
  • Copying permitted for private study
Label
Watercraft of the Aborigines of the Cumberland/Whitsunday Islands
Publication
Extent
12 p. ; 30 cm.
Governing access note
  • Open access - reading
  • Copying permitted for private study

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