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by Helen Brayshaw

eBook Well beaten paths: Aborigines of the Herbert/Burdekin district, north Queensland : an ethnographic and archaeological study (Studies in North Queensland history) download ISBN: 0864433220
Author: Helen Brayshaw
Publisher: Department of History, James Cook University of North Queensland (1990)
Language: English
Pages: 336
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Studies in North Queensland History Series, 1. Detailed study of Aboriginal life in northern Queensland.

Studies in North Queensland History Series, 10. James Cook University, Townsville, QLD, Australia. PDF (Book) - Published Version Restricted to Repository staff only. Includes chapters on the environmental setting, rituals, diet, rock art and camp sites, and a catalogue of relevant ethnographic collections.

Detailed study of Aboriginal life in northern Queensland. Volume 10 in the series TStudies in North Queensland History'.

Well Beaten Paths: Aborigines of the Herbert/Burdekin District, North Queensland; An Ethnographic and Archaeological Study. Studies in North Queensland history, no. 10. Townsville, Qld: Department of History, James Cook University of North Queensland.

Brayshaw, H. 1990 Well Beaten Paths: Aborigines of the Herbert Burdekin District, North Queensland: An. .As a component of archaeological investigations on the central Queensland coast, a series of five marine shell specimens live-collected between . 1990 Well Beaten Paths: Aborigines of the Herbert Burdekin District, North Queensland: An Ethnographic and Archaeological Study. Townsville: James Cook University Press. 1929 and 11 shell/ charcoal paired samples from archaeological contexts were radiocarbon dated to determine local ΔR values. 1990 Well beaten paths: Aborigines of the Herbert Burdekin district, north Queensland An ethnographic and archaeological study, Townsville: Department of History, James Cook University of North Queensland

BRAYSHAW, H. 1990 Well beaten paths: Aborigines of the Herbert Burdekin district, north Queensland An ethnographic and archaeological study, Townsville: Department of History, James Cook University of North Queensland. BYRNE, D. 1980 Dynamics of dispersion: the place of silcrete in archaeological assemblages from the lower Murchison, Western Australia, Archaeology and Physical Anthropology in Oceania, 15: 110–19. CAHEN, . KEELEY, . 1979 Stone tools, toolkits, and human behaviour in prehistory, Current Anthropology, 20 (4): 661–83.

Aborigines of the Herbert/Burdekin district, north Queensland : an ethnographic and archaeological study. Published 1990 by Department of History, James Cook University of North Queensland in . Written in English. Internet Archive Wishlist, Aboriginal Australians, Antiquities.

Well Beaten Paths: Aborigines of the Herbert Burdekin District North Queensland: An Ethnographic and Archaeological Study. Townsville, Queensland: James Cook University of North Queensland, 1990, pp. 63–65. Aboriginal Art. London: Phaidon, 1998. Melbourne and New York: Oxford University Press, 2000.

Rare books Local call number: RB B827. 74/W1 Personal Author: Brayshaw, Helen Title: Well beaten paths : Aborigines of the Herbert Burdekin district, north Queensland : an ethnographic and archaeological study, Helen Brayshaw : foreword by Isabel McBryde.

Well Beaten Paths: Aborigines of the Herbert/Burdekin District, North Queensland; An Ethnographic and Archaeological Study, Studies in North Queensland history, no. Townsville, Qld: Department of History, James Cook University of North Queensland 1990

Well Beaten Paths: Aborigines of the Herbert/Burdekin District, North Queensland; An Ethnographic and Archaeological Study, Studies in North Queensland history, no. Townsville, Qld: Department of History, James Cook University of North Queensland 1990. Cedano, L. R. Carl Lumholtz y El México desconocido.

The Lumholtz National Park of North Queensland was named in his honor when it was created in 1994

The Lumholtz National Park of North Queensland was named in his honor when it was created in 1994. However, it was subsequently changed to Girringun National Park in 2003. cite book author autBrayshaw, Helen year 1990 title Well Beaten Paths: Aborigines of the Herbert/Burdekin District, North Queensland; An Ethnographic and Archaeological Study series Studies in North Queensland history, no. 10 location Townsville, Qld publisher Department of History, James Cook University of North Queensland isbn 0-86443-322-0 oclc 23267008: cite book author autCedano, Luis Romo year 2002 chapter.