Aboriginal Pathways in Southeast Queensland and the Richmond River
Geographical features and associated legends, local place names, tribal/linguistic/clan boundaries, bora rings, rock engraving, burial caves for the area from Fraser Island (Q) south to Evans Head (NSW), inland to the Great Dividing Range; briefly discusses & mentions cannibalism, rainmaking; draws heavily from early chroniclers; covers the Bundjalung, Wiyabal, Galibal, Walungmira, Gidabal, Ngandowal, Minyungbal, Nyungbal, Ngaraangbal, Yugumbir, Yuggera, Turrbal, Jinibara, Garumngar, Kabi, Waka, Baiambora, Jandai, Gowar, Ngugi, Bujiebara, Dungidau, Dallambara, Nalbo, Undanbi, Dulingbara, Badjala, Ngulungbara, Dowarbara, Dundubara, Dungibara; Catalogue of artefacts from this area at the time of contact held by museums.
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