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Author: Oodgeroo of the Noonuccal, known until 1988 as Kath Walker, born Kathleen Jean Mary Ruska on 3 November 1920, North Stradbroke Island, Queensland.
Publisher: First Published in 1970 by Jacaranda Press, Milton, Qld.
Condition:Crisp brown cloth-bound hardcover with bright gilt title to spine, no inscriptions in Very Good Condition in a clipped Good Dustjacket with rubbing and topwear, 1" closed tear to the top of the frontcover
Description: Kath Walker was one of the most influential Aboriginal Poets. This collection was gathered together in 1970. It begins with the iconic "All One Race", includes many monochrome illustrations and concludes with "Balance".
Author: by Daisy Bates CBE with a foreword by Sir George Murray and an intoduction by Arthur Mee
Publisher: John Murray, Australia, 1947 second Australian edition, 1947 Hardcover 8vo with dj, 21 chapters, B/W photo plates and illustrations, map, 254pp.
Condition:Crisp brown cloth-bound hardcover with foxing to endpapers, STRAIGHT, TIGHT & CLEAN in Very Good Condition in a GOOD MINUS Dustjacket with repair backing and wear to edges, unclipped.
Description: A CONTROVERSIAL LIFETIME SPENT AMONG THE NATIVES OF AUSTRALIA.
Author: Prof. J G Fraser, DCL, LLD, Litt.D, Fellow of Trinity College Cambridge, Professor of Social Anthropology, University of Liverpool.
Publisher: Macmillan & Co, London, 1913, 1st Edition, hardcover 8vo, 493pp., 20 chapters/lectures, notes, index, 493pp.
Condition:This RARE book is in READING COPY ONLY CONDITION, with water-stains to the cover, marks to page edges and pencil notes all over the endpapers. The interior is STRAIGHT & TIGHTLY BOUND, with age-toning to the robust pages. The text is complete & readable.
Description: From the Gifford Lectures at St. Andrews College, 1911-12. A detailed analysis of "Natural Theology" with copious notes and studies, RARE in any condition. Includes Central Australia, Queensland, the Torres Straits, New Guinea, New Caledonia, Melanesia.
Author: by Arthur Groom...SCARCE in FIRST EDITION with Aboriginal References.
Publisher: Angus & Robertson, 1950 1st Edition, Hardcover 8vo 25 chapters, illustrated with B/W photos of central Australia,216pp., Index.
Condition:Grey screen illustrated cloth-bound hardcover with title to spine, STRAIGHT & TIGHT in Good Condition with no inscriptions, slight internal spine-wear, in GOOD CONDITION in a FAIR DUSTJACKET, intact but edgeworn.
Description: Arthur Groom settled in the mountains and plains of Central Australia at Hermannsburg, the home of renown artist Albert Namatjira. Early Photos and descriptions of Central Australia, Alice Springs and the Macdonnell and Krichauff Ranges.
Author: Colin Simpson, 1951. First book of a great series by the noted Australian author & writer of such later books as Adam with Arrows & Adam with Plumes.
Publisher: Angus & Robertson, Sydney 1951, FIRST EDITION, large Hc 8vo with dj, 220p., 6 sections, multiple chapters within, artwork & b/w and colour photos, Map.
Condition:Crisp tan cloth-bound hardcover 1st Edition with slight sunning at base, STRAIGHT, TIGHT & CLEAN in GOOD PLUS CONDITION with no inscriptions, in an unclipped GOOD MINUS DUSTJACKET with edgewear, INTACT & ROBUST. A GOOD, HONEST COPY.
Description: The early classic study, written in part to destroy the myth that Aborigines were "dying out", with exceptional descriptions and images. Arnhem Land, Kakadu, Island of Yoi, Mosek's People; White Delusion; Supplement Map showing Arnhem Land.
Author: edited by Julie Marcus & contributors - Isobel White, Marie de Lepervanche, Isabel McBryde, Isobel White, Miranda Morris, Anne O'Gorman, C. Cheater
Publisher: Melbourne University Press, 1993, FIRST EDITION, softcover 8vo, 8 chapters, notes, bibliog, b/w photos,facsimiles.incl frontispiece.
Condition:Crisp softcover with name to titlepp., in GOOD CONDITION
Description: The stories of Miss MARY ELLEN MURRAY-PRIOR, JANE ADA FLETCHER, URSULA McCONNEL, OLIVE M PINK and PHYLLIS MARY KABERRY. All were early pioneers in the field and, with awareness of their particularities, all did important work. With many early photos.
Author: Jennifer Laffan & Cameron Archer, "All About TOCAL # 8"
Publisher: NSW Dept Agriculture 2004, produced at C B Alexander Agricultural College, Tocal, Paterson, NSW, 84p.7 chapters, 4 appends.,2 indexes, Endnotes. Colour, Sepia & B/W
Condition:Crisp clean & straight, in as NEW CONDITION with no marks.
Description: The Tocal enviroment, Aboriginal Life, Wonnurua at Tocal, Foods on Tocal, Medicinal Plants, multiple plant lists and attributes. Hunter River original Aboriginal life-style pre and post settlement.
Author: WAL WATKINS - With Special Introduction by Rena Briand - Author of White Man in a Hole
Publisher: Gold Star, Melbourne, 1972, 1st pub. 1971, softcover small 8vo, 192 pages, 21 Chapters.
Condition:Illustrated softcover with title to spine & frcvr, slight rubbing to spine & corners, no inscriptions, CLEAN & TIGHT in GOOD CONDITION.
Description: In this brilliant outback novel by Australia's Wal Watkins, the lives of Andamooka's men and women are laid bare in a forthright and truthful manner.