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RESEARCH REPORT BIBLIOGRAPHY Nauo-Barngarla South Australia
Note: This bibliographic series is produced for general library viewing from reports prepared by the Tribunal for parties to native title mediations. The bibliographies are also reproduced on the Tribunal's website: www.nntt.gov.au © Commonwealth of Australia 2003 This work is copyright. It may be reproduced in whole or in part for study or training purposes if an acknowledgment of the source is included. Such use must not be for the purposes of sale or commercial exploitation. Subject to the Copyright Act, reproduction, storage in a retrieval system or transmission in any form by any means of any part of the work other than for the purposes above is not permitted without written permission. Information about this report and requests and inquiries concerning reproduction should be addressed to, Manager, Research Unit, National Native Title Tribunal, GPO Box 9973, Perth WA 6484. Editor of the Research Report Series: Research Unit Assistance is also acknowledged from NNTT Library Services
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Introduction The Tribunal's Research Unit prepares bibliographies as a ready reference for anyone wanting to locate readily available, published material about Indigenous Australian people within a particular region or locality. The bibliographies are produced for general library use from reports prepared by the Tribunal for parties to native title mediations. The bibliographies are not exhaustive reference lists about any particular indigenous group
, nor is the published material necessarily an accurate or insightful report of Indigenous society. The Research Unit may update bibliographies from time to time, usually because a new research report has been reproduced for parties to mediation. It should be noted that the contents and production of these reports are governed by time and resource constraints. They are often prepared in four to eight weeks by a single research officer with some input from a research assistant and Tribunal librarian. Generally most of the references sought for these reports are available only from the AIATSIS library, which in turn has limited resources available to supply material. Therefore care is taken to request only that material which appears relevant to the scope of a particular report.
Disclaimer: The bibliographies are a list of materials that have been used by the Research Unit of the Tribunal to provide background information for native title mediations. The Tribunal forms no view on the accuracy, completeness, or relevance of the reference material cited in these bibliographies. Most of this material is held at libraries and is available to the public. The Tribunal library may be able to assist in locating items. Narungga Report The Narungga report was prepared by research staff of the National Native Title Tribunal to assist discussions about land with Narungga people. It was based on publicly and readily available information relevant to the location of the Narungga people. Research Method The extent of the material reviewed in the report was not exhaustive but reflected the relevant information access
ible at the time. It should be noted that the contents and production of these reports are governed by time and resource constraints. They are usually prepared in four weeks by a single research officer with some input from a research assistant and Tribunal librarian. Most of the references sought for these reports are available only from the AIATSIS library which has limited resources available to supply material. Therefore care is taken to request only that material which appears relevant to the scope of a particular report. The research material used for this report was based largely on a search of the AIATSIS online catalog
ue, Mura, supplemented by relevant references found in Tindale's 1940 and 1974 texts and Horton's 1994 map and encyclopaedia. A search was also made of the `HERA' (Heritage Australia) on-line catalogue and the Environment Australia Library Catalogue for the key word `Yorke's Peninsula'. Additional references were also found in the following bibliographies: -1-
· Cottington, M. 1993 A Regional Bibliography Of Aboriginals Of South Australia Office of Planning and Urban Development, Adelaide; and · Bogdanowicz, Alison c1996 Yorke Peninsula A Select Bibliography Department Of Environment And Planning, Adelaide. Additional material was found in the following general references and was included in this report: · Capell's 1963 Linguistic Survey of Australia; · Davidson's 1938 A Preliminary Register of Australian Tribes and Hordes; · Donahue's 1991 `AIATSIS Library Language Names and Community/Established Language Names'; · O'Grady, Wurm and Hale's 1966 Aboriginal Languages of Australia: A Preliminary Classification; and · Sutton's Country: Aboriginal Boundaries and land owner
ship in Australia. The search of the AIATSIS online catalogue of print collection material for the key word Narungga displayed 89 titles. The HERA search produced two heritage surveys. Duplicated references were then removed, and the following filtering process was applied. Sound tapes and film sources are difficult to process given time and resource constraints and they were omitted. Material on microfilm was omitted for the same reason. foreign language
material was also omitted. Also filtered from the list were repetitions of the same material, such as different editions of the same work. Bibliography Amery, R. 2000 Warrabarna Kaurna!: reclaiming an Australian language, Swets and Zeitlinger, The Netherlands. Baker, G. 1957, `The Role of Australites in Aboriginal Customs' Victoria National Museum Memoir, no. 2 pt. 8, pp. 1-26. Berndt, R.M. 1940, `A Curlew and Owl Legend From The Narunga Tribe South Australia', Oceania, vol. 10, no. 4, pp. 456-462. Berndt, R.M. & C.H. 1992, The World of the First Australians: Aboriginal Traditional Life Past And Present (1964), Aboriginal Studies Press, Canberra. Berndt, R.M. & C.H. 1993, A World That Was: The Yaraldi of the Murray Lakes, South Australia Melbourne University Press. Black, J.M. 1920, `Vocabularies of Four South Australian languages
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Campbell, T.D. & Walsh G.D. 1947, `Notes on Aboriginal Camp Sites on York Peninsula', Mankind, vol. 3, no. 11, pp. 334-340. Capell, A. 1963, Linguistic Survey of Australia Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies, Sydney. Carmichael, E. 1973 The Ill-shaped Leg: A Story of the Development of Yorke Peninsula, Gullingham Printers, Adelaide. Carmichael, E. 1974, `Notes On Some Aboriginal Campsites On Southern Yorke Peninsula', Journal of the Anthropological Society of South Australia, vol. 25, no. 3, pp. 2-5. Cottington, M. 1993, A Regional Bibliography of Aboriginals of South Australia, Office of Planning and Urban Development. Curr, E.M. ed. 1886, The Australian Race: its Origin, Languages, Customs, Place of Landing in Australia, and the Routes by Which It Spread Itself Over That Continent, Vol. 2, Govt Printers, Melbourne. Davidson, D.S. 1938, A Preliminary Register of Australian Tribes and Hordes, The American Philosophical Society, Philadelphia. Donahue, M. 1991, `AIATSIS Library Language Names and Community/Established Language Names', Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander
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, Adelaide. Horton, D. ed. 1994, Encyclopaedia of Aboriginal Australia, Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies, Canberra. Howitt, A.W. 1904, The Native Tribes of South-East Australia (1996), Aboriginal Studies Press, Canberra. Kuhn, W.J. 1880, `The Turra Tribe', in L. Fison & F.G.S. Howitt eds, Kamilaroi And Kurnai: Group Marriage And Relationship, And Marriage By Elopement..., George Robertson, Melbourne, [Reprinted in 1991 by Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies, Canberra], pp. 284-287. Kuhn, W. & Fowler, W. 1886, `Yorke's Peninsula, South Australia', in E.M. Curr ed. The Australian Race: its Origin, Languages, Customs, Place of Landing in Australia, and the Routes by Which It Spread Itself over That Continent, Vol. 2, Government Printers, Melbourne, pp. 143-145. Kuhn, W. 1886, `Yorke's Peninsula', in E.M. Curr ed. The Australian Race: its Origin, Languages, Customs, Place of Landing in Australia, and the Routes by Which It Spread Itself Over That Continent, Vol. 2, Government Printers, Melbourne, pp. 146-147. Kwain, E. 1987, Living In South Australia: A Social History, Vol. 1 `From before 1836 to 1914', South Australian Government Printers. Mathews, R.M. 1900, `Divisions of the South Australian aborigines
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