Lloyd Warner Project
Aboriginal people from Milingimbi have always been known for their cultural strength and leadership in Arnhem Land. William Lloyd Warner, an American anthropologist, lived and worked with Yolngu people in Milingimbi from 1927 to 1929, to gain an understanding of their social life. From his study he wrote a classic ethnography for Arnhem Land, A Black Civilization: A Social Study of an Australian Tribe. Warner documented a variety of activities that Yolngu were doing in their everyday life as...[Show more]
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