Thomas Baines

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Taylor & Francis, Jan 1, 1976 - Social Science - 235 pages
P. 57 bartering of weapons for tobacco, handkerchiefs; description of spears, bows and arrows; canoes near Albany Island, Cape York; p. 62 encounter with Aborigines along Baines River Northern Territory; p. 65 exploration along Wickham River; obervation of flaking agate to make spearheads; digging ant-hills, for eggs and larvae; mussel gathering; use of wooden pegs for tree climbing; cooking of kangaroo and emu in bark; p. 67-68 ; Aborigines burning grass and tracking horses near explorer's camp; p. 69 horse theft; p. 84-85 attack by Aborigines pretending to trade turtle.

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