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Man, land & myth in north Australia

Ronald Murray Berndt

Man, land & myth in north Australia

the Gunwinggu people

by Ronald Murray Berndt

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Published by Michigan State University Press in East Lansing .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gunwinggu (Australian people)

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsBerndt, Catherine Helen, 1918-,
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDU397.5 B42 1970
    The Physical Object
    Pagination262p.
    Number of Pages262
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18246616M

      The history of cartography is littered with mistakes, myths and mendacity. From the magnetic mountain at the north pole to Australia’s inland sea, Edward Brooke-Hitching charts five . No man's land: Abandoned places in Australia Wallaces Hut in the Alpine region of North East Victoria. Tin City among the dunes on Stockton Beach near Newcastle on the east coast of Australia.

    Read this book on Questia. The aim of this handbook of Northern mythology is to familiarize the English student of letters with the religion of his heathen ancestors, and to set forth, as clearly as possible, the various myths which have exercised an influence over our customs, arts, and literature. Oil and Gas Title Examination By: George J Morgenthaller This book has been reviewed here on , and is a great tool for those that have a more advanced level of title examination skill.I recommend it for title agents, landmen, title attorneys, lease analysts, and division order analysts.

    This conclusion, I believe, is unwarranted given reports of the extent of prehistoric human burning in North America and Australia (Lewis ), and Europe (Patterson and Sassaman , ), and by my own and other observations on current Indian and peasant burning in Central America and South America; when unrestrained, people burn frequently.   5. Lasseter’s Reef: the Holy Grail of lost gold mines. Just before the turn of the 20th Century, year-old Harold Lasseter set out on foot fromAlice Springsto the WA goldfields to make his fortune. And somewhere along the way he claims to have done so. Only problem was he couldn’t remember where he left it. Thus began the legend of.


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Man, Land and Myth in North Australia: The Gunwinggu PeopleAuthor: Ronald M. Berndt, Catherine Berndt. Man, land & myth in North Australia: the Gunwinggu people. North Sydney, [New South Wales]: Ure Smith. MLA Citation. Berndt, Ronald M. and Berndt, Catherine H. Man, land & myth in North Australia: the Gunwinggu people / by Ronald M.

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Man, land & myth in North Australia; the Gunwinggu people. [Ronald M Berndt; Catherine H Berndt] -- Based on field work at Oenpelli, South Goulburn Is. & Croker Is., ; p; Location of traditional territory on western & south-western side of.

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