The Voyage of the Africaine: A Collection of Journals, Letters and Extracts from Contemporary Publications
p.93; 3 sealers & native woman tracker Kangaroo Island; p96-98; Native fires, descritpion of King Cons daughter, clothing, speech; p.133; Friendly attitude natives Glenelg area, adept at stealing; p141-142; Adelaide meeting with band of natives, corroborees, singing, clapping sticks; p.148-153; Watercress exchanged for biscuits Adelaide, natives fear of the dark, description of corroboree & people, quickness to speack English, oppossum skins as clothing, carrying children, blanket distribution, wurlies.
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