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preliminary investigation of aboriginal mounds in North-Western Victoria

P. J. F. Coutts

preliminary investigation of aboriginal mounds in North-Western Victoria

by P. J. F. Coutts

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Published by Ministry for Conservation in Melbourne .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Australia,
  • Victoria,
  • Victoria.
    • Subjects:
    • Aboriginal Australians -- Australia -- Victoria -- Antiquities.,
    • Mounds -- Australia -- Victoria.,
    • Excavations (Archaeology) -- Australia -- Victoria.,
    • Australia -- Antiquities.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 89-93.

      Statementby P.J.F. Coutts, P. Henderson & R.L.K. Fullagar.
      SeriesRecords of the Victorian Archaeological Survey ;, no. 9
      ContributionsHenderson, P., Fullagar, R. L. K.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsGN667.V6 V5a no. 9, GN875.A8 V5a no. 9
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvi, 116 p. :
      Number of Pages116
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3137422M
      LC Control Number82464479

      A preliminary investigation of Aboriginal mounds in northwestern Victoria. Records of the Victorial Archaeological Survey. Records of the Victorial Archaeological Survey. No. 9 by: 6. Broome tells the fascinating and sometimes horrifying story of Aborigines in Victoria since white settlement. With painful stories of personal loss as well as many successes, he outlines how they survived near decimation to become a vibrant community today.

      Records of the Victorian Archaeological Survey. Number 9 August, A preliminary Investigation of Aboriginal Mounds in North-Western Victoria Records of the Victorian Archaeological Survey. Number 10 June RED Records of the Victorian Archaeological Survey Number 8 July, Cabena, Peter, Heather McRae and Elizabeth Bladin Land. Appendix 2 - A History of Aboriginal Occupation in Wentworth Shire The south-west of New south Wales contains the most complete record of Aboriginal occupation in the continent. This section is an overview of that history, drawing from a wider region and focusing on Wentworth Shire.

      Oven Mound Oven mounds are circular shaped mounds of earth that were utilised by Aboriginal people to cook food in. typically they will contain baked clay and charcoal. PACHI The Roads and Maritime Services Procedure for Aboriginal Cultural Heritage consultation and Investigation (PACHI). Aboriginal Languages Victoria – Portal for Aboriginal Language Reclamation & Research Page 1 of 2 Historical Books Whilst research was being conducted for the Portal, complete copies of several very important and significant books were found to be available on-line, generally for reading on-line.


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