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Small Quarto Size. Fine copy - Near to Mint condition. Illustrated with black and white plates and drawings. Fold-out map. Original contents bound in facsimile covers. 76 pages Gives an account of the native geography of Bentinck Island and vicinity, the home to the Kaiadilt who remained aloof from direct engagement with Europeans until the late 1940s. Norman Tindale was a highly regarded Australian anthropologist, archaeologist, entomologist and ethnologist. He is best remembered for his work mapping the various tribal groupings of Indigenous Australians.
Title: Geographical Knowledge, and Some Population Changes of the Kaiadilt People of Bentinck Island, Queensland [From Records of the South Australian Museum, Vol XlV, No2. July 27th 1962
Publisher: Adelaide, South Australian Museum:
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