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Descriptive and comparative study of the Gunwingguan languages, Northern Territory

Kinslow-Harris, Joy


The Australian Aborigine is a member of a nomadic hunting and gathering society. The area over which any particular language speaking group ranges is usually defined by water and food supplies, and by informal agreement between groups.^ In Arnhem Land, Northern Territory, the traditional language territories are mainly located along rivers, creeks and the coast. As European settlement of the Territory increased, Aboriginal groups migrated towards centers of European activity, drawn by...[Show more]

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Date published: 1969
Type: Thesis (PhD)


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