Humpy, House and Tin Shed: Aboriginal Settlement History on the Darling River
Ian Buchan Fell Research Centre, Faculty of Architecture, University of Sydney, 1991 - Aboriginal Australians - 355 pages
This history of Aboriginal settlement on the Darling River covers such topics as Aboriginal social organisation, traditional architecture and settlement, and interactions between Aboriginal and European cultures. Includes plans of residential locations and a comprehensive bibliography. The author is the principal of a Research Consultancy Practice in Aboriginal Projects and director of the Aboriginal Environments Research Centre at the University of Sydney.
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Journeys to the Darling
Aboriginal social organization
Traditional architecture and settlement
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