Aboriginal Australians: Black Responses to White Dominance, 1788-2001

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Chapter 1 Traditional Life
1
A. Thorne, ‘The Arrival of Man in Australia’ in Andrew Sherratt (ed.), The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Archaeology, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1980.
2
This survey is based on a reading of a range of anthropological works of which the following were the most important: R.M. and C.H. Berndt, The World of the First Australians, 2nd ed, Ure Smith, Sydney, 1977; A.P. Elkin, The Australian Aborigines, 4th ed, Angus and Robertson, Sydney, 1974; F. Gale (ed), Woman's Role in Aboriginal Society, 2nd ed, Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies, Canberra, 1974; M.J. Meggitt, Desert People: A Study of the Walbiri Aborigines of Central Australia, Angus and Robertson, Sydney, 1962; W.E.H. Stanner, ‘The Dreaming’ in White Man Got No Dreaming: Essays 1938–1973, Australian National University Press, Canberra, 1979, pp. 23–40; T.G.H. Strehlow, Aranda Traditions, Melbourne University Press, Melbourne, 1947; D. Thomson, Bindibu Country, Nelson, Melbourne, 1975.
3
L. Lamilami, Lamilami Speaks, Ure Smith, Sydney, 1974.
4
T.G.H. Strehlow, ‘Culture, Social Structure, and Environment in Aboriginal Central Australia’ in R.M. and C.H. Berndt (eds), Aboriginal Man in Australia, Angus and Robertson, Sydney, 1965, p. 126.
5
Quoted in T.G.H. Strehlow, Aranda Traditions, p. 51.
6
D. Thomson, Economic Structure and the Ceremonial Exchange Cycle in Arnhem Land, Macmillan, Melbourne, 1949, p. 53.
7
See D.J. Mulvaney, ‘The Chain of Connection’ in N. Petersen (ed), Tribes and Boundaries in Australia, Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies, Canberra, 1976, pp. 72–94.
8
G. Blainey, The Triumph of the Nomads, Macmillan, Melbourne, 1975, pp. 105–11.
9
P. Kaberry, Aboriginal Woman Sacred and Profane, George Routledge and Sons, London, 1939, pp. 232–33.
10
See P. Kaberry, ibid., and the articles in F. Gale (ed), Woman's Role in Aboriginal Society.
11
Quoted in S. Stone (ed), Aborigines in White Australia, Heinemann Educational Books, Melbourne, 1974, p. 15.

Chapter 2 The Gamaraigal Confront the British
1
W.E.H. Stanner, ‘The History of Indifference Thus Begins’ in Aboriginal History, vol. 1, part 1, 1977, p. 7; Historical Records of Australia, vol. 1, series 1, pp. 24–29.
2
N. Baudin, The Journal of Post Captain Nicholas Baudin, translated by C. Cornell, Libraries Board of South Australia, Adelaide, 1974.

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