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Didthul, Bhundoo, Gulaga and Wadbilliga : an archaeological study of the Aboriginals of the New South Wales South Coast hinterland

Boot, Philip Gerard


The hinterland of the NSW South Coast has long been considered a cultural heritage backwater in comparison to the adjacent coastal strip. While the coast has been the focus of intensive archaeological research for several decades, the forested hills, mountains and plateaux between the coastline and the tablelands have only been investigated by a small number of archaeologists. Paradoxically, many coastal researchers developed models of hinterland Aboriginal occupation without conducting any...[Show more]

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Date published: 2011-06-16
Type: Thesis (PhD)


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