Exploring Central Australia: Society, the Environment and the 1894 Horn Expedition
S. R. Morton, Derek John Mulvaney
Surrey Beatty & Sons, 1996 - Australia, Central - 398 pages
This history of the Horn Scientific Expedition to Central Australia in 1894 also discusses aspects of the history, prehistory, anthropology, biology, ecology, geology, and the Aboriginal culture and sociology of Central Australia. Sets the expedition in its social context, and discusses its anthropological and scientific findings. Includes references and index. Morton is a program leader in conservation biology with the CSIRO. Mulvaney is an archaeologist and historian, co-author of a biography of Baldwin Spencer.
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