Preliminary Report on the Discovery of Native Remains at Swanport, River Murray; with an Inquiry into the Alleged Occurrence of a Pandemic among the Australian Aboriginals Contained in Transactions Proceedings and Report of the RSSA Vol XXXV 1911

By: Stirling, Dr E. C. ; Edited by Walter Howchin

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Octavo Size [approx 15.5 x 22.8cm]. Very Good condition. Some age-toning to edges and spine. Article included nine black & white plates. Pp 4-46 [257 pages] An examination into an outbreak of smallpox endured by the Narrinyeri [Ngarrindjeri] people of South Australia prior to white settlement. Includes lengthy testimony by Indigenous woman, Mrs Louisa Karpeny as well as discussion concerning other small pox outbreaks amongst Australian Aborigines.

Title: Preliminary Report on the Discovery of Native Remains at Swanport, River Murray; with an Inquiry into the Alleged Occurrence of a Pandemic among the Australian Aboriginals Contained in Transactions Proceedings and Report of the RSSA Vol XXXV 1911

Author Name: Stirling, Dr E. C. ; Edited by Walter Howchin

Categories: Aborigines,

Edition: 1st Edition

Publisher: Adelaide, Rigby Limited: 1911

Binding: Softcover

Seller ID: ID288468

Keywords: aboriginal history Australian Aborigine Ngarrindjeri pandemics Smallpox South Australia,