Corpus of Australian Contact History and Ethnography (CACHE)

The Corpus of Australian Contact History and Ethnography (CACHE) is a work-in-progress tool for performing constrained searches on all digitised documents that concern interactions between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people from 1606 to 1928. These include everything from ship’s logs and explorer diaries, to ethnographies, newspaper articles, letters and police records. The search will also bring up museum artefacts and images associated with documents or time periods.

Screen shot 2013-10-24 at 4.43.58 PMAs a proportion of all the documents produced in the contact era those that make any mention of Aboriginal people are remarkably few, recalling WEH Stanner’s famous characterisation of Australian historiography as “a view from a window which has been carefully placed to exclude a whole quadrant of the landscape.” CACHE is intended to go some way toward repositioning this view, although a handful of significant documents that don’t mention Aboriginal people are nonetheless included simply to draw attention to conspicuous documentary silences.

This page represents a  fairly rudimentary ‘draft’ in which links to digitised records are grouped by year. The full design brief is found here.

Sources included in CACHE are typically those that are already recorded in published bibliographies. Ideally, an expanded version would include lesser-known materials such as those included in the Australian Joint Copying Project, and the Australian Periodical Publications 1840-1845. For the most part, those that ought to be included are listed or stored in the following:

Note that, contrary to convention, a date in square brackets does not indicate the earliest publication date but the relevant time period (or span) of contact encounters covered in the document.

*An asterisk means that no digital copy is yet available.

If a source is listed in large type it means I have not yet ascertained whether a digitised version is available.

1606

Janszoon, Willem. [1606] The Duyfken Chart. [PK: Includes placename Moent, possibly elicited from Wik-Mungkan munhth ‘coals, charcoal; cremation ground’. See Jan Tent. 2006 Geographic and Linguistic Reflections on Moent and Dubbelde Ree: Two of Australia’s First Recorded Placenames. Geographical Research 44(4):372–385]

1636

Major, R. H. [1636-] 1859. Early voyages to Terra Australis. London: Hakluyt Society.

1642

Heeres, J.E. [1642-1644] 1965. Abel Janszoon Tasman’s Journal. Los Angeles: N. A. Kovach. [PK: The best print edition of this journal is Sharp, Andrew. 1968. The voyages of Abel Janszoon Tasman. London: Clarendon Press.

1688

*Dampier, William [1688, 1699] n.d. Voyages through the South Seas 1681-1691. Manuscript copy annotated by author. Sloane 3236. London: British Library. Microfilm. 567852. Canberra: National Library of Australia. [PK: Note discrepancies between draft and published versions. Find NLA catalogue reference here: http://catalogue.nla.gov.au/Record/567852]

Dampier, William. [1688] 1699. A new voyage round the world, vol. 1. London: James Knapton.  [PK: For plaintext see Dampier, William. [1697] 1937. A new voyage round the world. London: Adam and Charles Black.]

1696

*de Vlamingh, Willem. [1696-1697] 1985. Voyage to the Great South Land, Willem de Vlamingh, 1696-1697 [Ontdekkingsreis van Willem Hesselsz. de Vlamingh in der jaren 1696-1697]. Trans C. de Heere. Sydney: Royal Australian Historical Society in association with the Australian Bank.

1699

Dampier, William. [1699] 1703. A voyage to New Holland. London: James and John Knappton.[PK: See also Dampier, William. [1699] 1729. A voyage to New Holland. London: James and John Knappton.]

1749

*Buffon, Georges-Lous Leclerc, comte de. 1749. Histoire naturelle de l’homme: variétés dans l’espèce humaine. In Histoire naturelle, générale et particulieère, vol. 3, pp. 371-530. Paris: Imprimerie royale.

1770

Cook, James. [1770] 1821. The three voyages of Captain James Cook round the world. v2. London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme & Brown.

*Cook, James. . [1770] 1955. The Journals of Captain James Cook on his voyages of discovery, ed. J.C. Beaglehole. Cambridge: Hakluyt Society. [PK: An authoritative edition with no editorial interventions from Hawkesworth] Beaglehole, J.C. (ed)

Banks, Joseph. [1770]. 1896.  Journal of the Right Hon. Sir Joseph Banks. London: Macmillan & co. p263 onwards

Banks, Joseph. [1770] The Endeavour journal of Joseph Banks, 25 August 1768 – 12 July 1771. State Library of New South Wales.

Parkinson, Sydney. [1770] 1773.  A journal of a voyage to the south seas, in His Majesty’s Ship, The Endeavour. London: Stanfield Parkinson.

1773

Monboddo, James Burnet, Lord. 1773. Of the origin and progress of language, vol. 1.  Edinburgh: A. Kincaid & W. Creech. [LOG IN VIA NLA ID; See page 188 (image number 199), page 284 (image 295)]

1787

Anonymous. 1787. The history of New Holland from its first discovery in 1616 to the present time. London: John Stockdale.

Anonymous. ca. 1787. History of Botany Bay, in New Holland. Bristol: L. Naylor [LOG IN VIA NLA ID; PK: Recapitulates entries from Cook’s journal. No new material]

1788

[1788–1790] 1790. The voyage of Governor Phillip to Botany Bay; with an account of the establishment of the colonies of Port Jackson & Norfolk Island. London.[LOG IN VIA NLA ID]

Anonymous. [1788-1803]  1804. A concise history of the English colony in New South Wales, from the landing of Governor Phillip in January 1788, to May 1803. London: Harris; Darton & Harvey; Hookham & Eber.

Barrington, George. [1788-1802] 1802. The history of New South Wales. London: M. Jones.

Bligh, William. [1788] 1792. A Voyage to the South Sea. London: George Nicol.

Bradley, William. A Voyage to New South Wales: The Journal of Lietuenant William Bradley R.N. of HMS Sirius, 1786–1792. [PK: View scans of original text here]

Clark, Ralph. The journals and letters of Lt. Ralph Clark, 1787-1792.

Collins, David. [1788-1801]. 1900. An account of the English colony in New South Wales. Christchurch, Wellington and Dunedin, N.Z.; Melbourne and London: Whitcombe and Tombs Ltd. See 1804 edition here.

Dawes, William. 1788-1791. The notebooks of William Dawes.

Easty, John (Jonathan). Memorandum of the transactions of a voyage from England to Botany Bay, 1787-1793. (View scans of originals here) [PK: Inga Clendinnen writes “See also ‘Marines’ Petition’, 1793, published in Historical Records of New South Wales, 2, pp. 44–45″]

Fowell, Newton. Letters and papers at the Mitchell Library. [PK: See also, Fowell, Newton. The Sirius Letters: The complete letters of Newton Fowell, 1786–1790., Midshipman and Lieutenant aboard the Sirius flagship of the First Fleet on its voyage to New South Wales, the Fiarfax Library, Sydney, 1988. Historical Records of New South Wales, vol. 1, part 2; vol. 2.]

*Hunter, John. 1793 An historical journal of events at Sydney and at sea 1787–1792. [PK: Inga Clendinnen comments: “Note: while the collection of writings which appeared under John Hunter’s name in 1793 contained ten chapters from a journal of Hunter’s, beginning in 1786 and ending 1792, six chapters were from the journal Philip Gidley King kept during his first stint on Norfolk Island, seven were based on Arthur Philip’s dispatches for 1790-1, and a final chapter presented Lieutenant Ball’s account of his voyage back to England in the Supply. Hunter also aimed at coverage: for example, because he had been at Norfolk Island when Governor Philip was speared at Manly Cove, he carefully incorporated Lieutenant Waterhouse’s participant account of what happened that day, identifying Waterhouse only as ‘someone who was there’. Given its contents, Hunter’s Historical Journal could more properly be called A Collective Report from the Antipodes.]

Hunter, John. [1788-1790]. 100 original watercolours, birds, fishes, flowers, natives, New South Wales, 1788–1790. [PK: IMAGES ONLY]

King, Philip Gidley. [1788-1790]. Remarks and journal kept on the expedition to form a colony in New South Wales. [NO SEARCHABLE PLAIN TEXT]

King, Philip Gidley [1788-1790]. The journal of Philip Gidley King.

Milet-Mureau, L. A. [1788]. Voyage de La Pérouse autor du monde, v. 3. Paris: L’Imprimerie de la République. [PK: p264; no mention of interactions with Aboriginal people; find vol 1,  vol 2, vol 4 and volume Atlas (which includes engravings of Tasmanians)]

Onslow, Sibella Macarthur (ed). [1788-1831] 1914. Some early records of the Macarthur’s of Camden. Sydney: Angus and Robertson.

Phillip, Arthur. [1788-1789] 1789. The voyage of Governor Phillip to Botany Bay : with an account of the establishment of the colonies of Port Jackson & Norfolk Island. London: John Stockdale.

Smythe, Arthur Bowes. [1788–1789] ca. 1790. A Journal of a Voyage from Portsmouth to New South Wales and China in the Lady Penrhyn, Merchantman William Cropton Sever, Commander by Arthur Bowes-Smyth, Surgeon – 1787-1788-1789. Sydney: Library of NSW Manuscripts, Oral History and Pictures. [PK: See original scans here]

Southwell, Daniel [1788-1792] ‘Journal and letters of Daniel Southwell’, Historical records of New South Wales, vol. 2, ed. F.M. Bladen, Sydney, 1893, pp. 668 et seq.

*Tench, Watkin. [1788] A narrative of the expedition to Botany Bay. [not digitised]

Tench, Watkin. [1788-1791] A complete account of the settlement at Port Jackson.

*Tench, Watkin Letters from Revolutionary France, edited by Gavin Edwards, University of Wales Press, Cardiff, 2001.

Worgan, George B. Journal of a First Fleet surgeon, Library Council of New South Wales, Sydney, 1978.

1789

Anonymous. 1789. An accurate account of the expedition to Botany Bay. The New Lady’s Magazine: Or Polite, Entertaining, and Fashionable Companion for the Fair Sex. London: Alex Hogg.

Anonymous. 1789. Analysis of Tench’s narrative of the expedition to Botany Bay. The Edinburgh Magazine: Or Literary Miscellany (9): 377-380

*‘An Officer’. 1789.  An authentic and interesting narrative of the late expedition to Botany Bay, as performed by Commodore Phillips, and the fleet of seven transport ships under his command.  London: W. Bailey , H. Lemoine , and J. Parsons.

Malaspina, Alejandro. [1789] 1885. Viaje político-cientifico alrededor del mundo. Madrid: Imprenta de la Viuda & Hijos de Abienzo.[PK: Only one passing reference to Aboriginal people. Another account of the voyage is here but has no mention at all]

*Malaspina, Alexandro The secret history of the convict colony: Report on the British settlement of New South Wales, trans. Robert King, Allen and Unwin, Sydney, 1990.

*Malaspina, Alexandro. [1789] Examen politico de las colonias Ynglesas en el Mar Pacifico. Museo Naval MS 318, ff.11-37.

*Malaspina, Alexandro [1789] Apuntes sobre la colonia inglesa de Puerto Jackson’, Museo Naval MS 181, ff.230-34 and Ms 92, doc.7, 11ff.

Nagle, Jacob. [1788-1802] Jacob Nagle his Book A.D. One Thousand Eight Hundred and Twenty Nine May 19th. Canton. Stark County Ohio’, 1775-1802, compiled 1829. Sydney: State Library of NSW Manuscripts, Oral History and Pictures. [PK: No plain text layer; See also *Nagle, Jacob. The Nagle journal: A diary of the life of Jacob Nagle, sailor, from the year 1775-1841, edited by John C. Dann, Wedenfeld & Nicolson, New York, 1988.]

*Quintano [1789] Noticias recogidas en Puerto Jackson. Museo Naval MS 318, ff. 73-77.

1790

*Macarthur, Elizabeth. The journals and letters of Elizabeth Macarthur, introduced and transcribed by Joy N. Hughes, Historic Houses Trust of New South Wales, Sydney, 1984.

White, John. 1790. Journal of a voyage to Botany Bay in New South Wales. London. [LOG IN VIA NLA ID]

Flinders, Matthew. [1790-1842] The Flinders papers: Letters and documents about the explorer Matthew Flinders.

1791

Labillardière, Jacques. [1791-1793] 1800. A voyage in search of La Pérousev1. London: Stockdale.

1792

*Atkins, Richard. [1792–1796] Journal of Richard Atkins, 1791–1810. Canberra: National Library of Australia Microfiche.

1793

Hunter, John. 1793. An historical journal of the transactions at Port Jackson and Norfolk Island. London: John Stockdale. [PK: find date span]

Labillardière, Jacques. [1793-1794] 1800. A voyage in search of La Pérousev2. London: Stockdale.

*Ravenet, Juan [1793]. Images. [PK: find Ravenet’s images from Malaspina expedition]

*Cavanilles, Antonio Joseph. [1793] 1800. Observaciones sobre el suelo, naturales y plantas de Puerto Jackson y Bahia Botanica, Anales de Historia Natural, No.3.

1794

Watling, Thomas.[1791-1793] 1794. Letters from an exile at Botany Bay, to his aunt in Dumfries.Penrith: Ann Bell  [PK: Plaintext only. Also a pdf here]

Hassall, James S. [1794-1862] 1902. In old Australia: records and reminiscences from 1794.Brisbane: R. S. Hews and co.

Marsden, Samuel. [1794-1824] 1942. S. ome private correspondence of the Rev. Samuel Marsden and family 1794–1824. Sydney: G. Mackaness.

Paine, Daniel. [1794-1797] The journal of Daniel Paine 1794-1797, edited R. J.B. Knight and Alan Frost, Library of Australian History, Sydney, 1983.

1796

*‘A SOCIETY OF GENTLEMEN’ A new and correct history of New Holland; with a description of that part of it called Botany Bay, and particularly Port Jackson Glasgow 1796

1800

*Peron, C. F. 1800. Observations sur l’anthropologie. [not digitised]

Turnbull, John. [1800-1804] 1805. A voyage around the world in the years 1800, 1801, 1802, 1803 and 1804. vol. 1. London: Richard Phillips.

1801

Flinders, Matthew [1801-1803] 1814. A voyage to Terra Australis, v1. London: W. Bulmer and Co.

Flinders, Matthew [1801-1803] 1814. A voyage to Terra Australis, v2. London: W. Bulmer and Co.

1802

Tuckey, J. H. [1802-1804] 1805. An account of a voyage to establish a colony on the south coast of New South Wales. London: Longman, Hurst, Rees and Orme.

1803

Fugitives. (1803, March 5). The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 – 1842), p. 3. Retrieved December 11, 2013, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article625437

Trial of Insurgents. (1803, March 19). The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 – 1842), p. 2. Retrieved November 12, 2013, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article625459

Sydney. (1803, April 10). The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 – 1842), p. 3. Retrieved November 12, 2013, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article625503

Classified Advertising. (1803, April 17). The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 – 1842), p. 4. Retrieved November 12, 2013, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article625521

Classified Advertising. (1803, May 15). The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 – 1842), p. 1. Retrieved May 11, 2014, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article625574

Further Particulars RESPECTING M. PEROUSE. (1803, May 29). The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 – 1842), p. 2. Retrieved May 11, 2014, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article625594

SOME DIRECTIONS FOR SAILING THROUGH TORRES’ STRAITS. (1803, June 12). The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 – 1842), p. 4. Retrieved May 11, 2014, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article625625

FATAL EXCURSION. (1803, June 26). The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 – 1842), p. 4. Retrieved May 11, 2014, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article625645

SHIP NEWS. (1803, September 18). The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 – 1842), p. 4. Retrieved May 11, 2014, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article625786

SYDNEY. (1803, October 2). The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 – 1842), p. 2. Retrieved November 12, 2013, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article625802

SHIP NEWS. (1803, October 9). The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 – 1842), p. 4. Retrieved May 11, 2014, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article625815

NATIVES. (1803, October 16). The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 – 1842), p. 2. Retrieved May 11, 2014, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article625833

SYDNEY. (1803, December 4). The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 – 1842), p. 2. Retrieved May 11, 2014, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article625905

SYDNEY. (1803, December 18). The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 – 1842), p. 3.

SYDNEY. (1803, December 25). The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 – 1842), p. 2. Retrieved May 11, 2014, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article625943

Morgan, John. [1803-1835] 1852. The life and adventures of William Buckley. Hobart: Archibald MacDougall.

1804

Postscript. (1804, January 22). The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 – 1842), p. 4. Retrieved May 11, 2014, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article625989

SHIP NEWS. (1804, February 12). The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 – 1842), p. 4.

SYDNEY. (1804, March 4). The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 – 1842), p. 3. Retrieved May 11, 2014, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article626066

SYDNEY. (1804, March 18). The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 – 1842), p. 2. Retrieved May 11, 2014, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article626092

[PK: UP TO HERE IN TROVE SEARCH]

SHIP NEWS. (1804, March 18). The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 – 1842), p. 4.

SYDNEY. (1804, April 1). The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 – 1842), p. 2. Retrieved May 11, 2014, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article626111

SHIP NEWS. (1804, April 22). The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 – 1842), p. 1. Retrieved May 11, 2014, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article626163

COURT OF CRIMINAL JURISDICTION. (1804, November 25). The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 – 1842), p. 2.

SYDNEY. (1804, December 2). The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 – 1842), p. 2.

1805

Turnbull, John. 1805. A voyage round the world. London: Richard Phillips.

NATIVES. (1805, April 21). The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 – 1842), p. 2.

SHIP NEWS. (1805, April 28). The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 – 1842), p. 3.

GENERAL ORDERS. (1805, May 5). The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 – 1842), p. 4.

SYDNEY. (1805, August 4). The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 – 1842), p. 1.

SYDNEY. (1805, October 27). The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 – 1842), p. 2.

1806

SYDNEY. (1806, February 2). The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 – 1842), p. 2.

SYDNEY. (1806, March 23). The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 – 1842), p. 2.

Webster, Noah. 1806. Elements of useful knowledge, vol. III. 1806. pp260-261

1807

Anonymous. 1807. New Holland and the neighbouring islandsA system of geography; Or, a descriptive, historical, and philosophical view of the several quarters of the world, vol 2. Glasgow: Brownlie. pp600-605.

1808

To Correspondents. (1808, August 21). The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 – 1842), p. 1.

1810

SYDNEY. (1810, March 17). The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 – 1842), p. 2.

1811

Mann, D.D. 1811. The present picture of New South Wales, illustrated with four large coloured views, from drawings taken on the spot, of Sydney, the seat of government. London: John Booth.

1813

Blaxland, Gregory. [1813]. The journal of Gregory Blaxland 1813, incorporating the journal of a tour of discovery across the Blue Mountains, New South Wales, in the year 1813.

Sydney. (1813, November 27). The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 – 1842), p. 2.

1816

Proclamation,. (1816, May 4). The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 – 1842), p. 1.

Proclamation,. (1816, May 11). The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 – 1842), p. 1.

Proclamation,. (1816, May 18). The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 – 1842), p. 1.

1817

To the Printer of the Sydney Gazette,. (1817, July 26). The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 – 1842), p. 3.

NATIVE INSTITUTION. (1817, December 27). The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 – 1842), p. 1.

Beard, W. ed. [1817-1824]. Old Ironbark: some unpublished correspondence (1817-24) from and to Willaim Lawson, explorer and pioneer of Veteran Hall, NSW. Sydney, 1967.

1818

King, Phillip P. [1818-1822] 1827. Narrative of a survey of the intertropical and western coasts of Australia, v. 1. London: John Murray.

King, Phillip P. [1818-1822] 1827. Narrative of a survey of the intertropical and western coasts of Australia, v. 2. London: John Murray.

1819

Wentworth, William Charles. 1819. Statistical, Historical and Political Description of the Colony of New South Wales and its Dependent Settlements in Van Diemen’s Land. London: G. and W. B. Whittaker.

1820

Dixon, James [1820] 1822. Narrative of a voyage to New South Wales and Van Diemen’s Land. Edinburgh: John Anderson.

1824

Shoberl, Frederic. 1824. The Asiatic islands and New Holland : being a description of the manners, custom, character and state of society of the various tribes by which they are inhabitedv.2. London: R. Ackermann. pp212-289

1826

D’Urville, J. Dumont. [1826-1829] 1830. Voyage de la corvette Astrolabe: Histoire du voyage, vol 1, pt 1. Paris: J. Tastu. pp88-164; pp186-199.

D’Urville, J. Dumont. [1826-1829] 1830. Voyage de la corvette Astrolabe: Philologie, vol 1, pt 2. Paris: J. Tastu.

D’Urville, J. Dumont. [1826-1829] 1830. Voyage de la corvette Astrolabe: Histoire du voyage, vol 2. Paris: J. Tastu.

D’Urville, J. Dumont. [1826-1829] 1832. Voyage de la corvette Astrolabe: Histoire du voyage, vol 4. Paris: J. Tastu.

D’Urville, J. Dumont. [1826-1829] 1833. Voyage de la corvette Astrolabe: Histoire du voyage, vol 5. Paris: J. Tastu.

Western Australian Exploration 1826 – 1835 (2005)

*Shoobert, Joanne (ed.). Western Australian exploration, 1826–1835. Hesperian Press.

Threlkeld. “Poetry: Australian Aboriginal Song” http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article2184973

1827

Norman, James. [1827] 1910. Aborigines of Tasmania – the Norman vocabulary. In Papers and proceedings of the Royal Society of Tasmania for the year 1910. pp333-342. [PK: Note other relevant texts in this volume]

1829

Mudie, Robert. 1829. The picture of Australia. London: Whittaker, Treacher & co.

Hercock, Marion. [1829–1849] 2013. The Western Australian explorations of John Septimus Roe 1829-1849. Hesperian Press.

1831

Dawson, Robert. 1831. The present state of Australia; a description of the country, its advantages and prospects with reference to immigration and a particular account of the manners, customs and condition of the Aboriginal inhabitants. London: Smith, Elder & Co.

Nind, Scott. 1831. Description of the Natives of King George’s Sound (Swan River Colony) and adjoining CountryJournal of the Royal Geographical Society (1): 21-50.

1832

Nind, Scott 1832. Description of the Natives of King George’s Sound (Swan River Colony) and Adjoining Country. Journal of the Royal Geographical Society of London 1:21-51

1834

*Lhotsky, J. [1834] 1979. A journey from Sydney to the Australian Alps, undertaken in the months of January, February, and March, 1834: being an account of the geographical & natural relation of the country traversed, its aborigines, &c.: together with some general information respecting the colony of New South Wales. Hobart: Blubber Press.

*Lhotsky, J. 1834.  Native Melody, a Song of the Women of the Menero [Monaro] Tribe, near the Australian Alps.

Mackay, Richard. [1834-1900] 1916. Recollections of early Gippsland goldfields ; with an appendix, being memorandum of the discovery and exploration of Gippsland by the discoverer, the late Angus McMillan. Traralgon: W. Chappell.

Threlkeld, L. E. 1834. An Australian grammar comprehending the principles and natural rules of the language, as spoken by the Aborigines, in the vicinity of Hunter’s River, Lake Macquarie, &c. New South Wales. Sydney: Stephens and Stokes, Herald Office.

1836

O’Connell, James. F. [unknown] 1836. A residence of eleven years in New Holland and the Caroline Islands: being the adventures of James F. O’Connell edited from his verbal narration. Boston: B. B. Mussey.

Domeny de Rienzi, Gérard Louis. 1836. Océanie: o cinquième partie du monde, vol 1. Paris: Firmin Didot Frères.

Domeny de Rienzi, Gérard Louis. 1836. Océanie: o cinquième partie du monde, vol 2.  Paris: Firmin Didot Frères.

*Hercock, Marion (ed.) [1836–1845] 2010. Western Australian exploration, 1836–1845. Hesperian Press.

Darwin, Charles [1836] 1846. Journal of researches into the natural history and geology of the countries visited during the voyage of H.M.S. Beagle round the world. New York: Harper and Brothers.

1837

Domeny de Rienzi, Gérard Louis. 1837. Océanie: o cinquième partie du monde, vol 3.  Paris: Firmin Didot Frères.

Grey, George. [1837-1839] 1841. Journals of two expeditions of discovery in north-west and western Australia. Vol. I. London: T. and W. Boone. (Project Gutenberg plaintext; Google books version here)

Grey, George. [1837-1839] 1841. Journals of two expeditions of discovery in north-west and western Australia. Vol. II. London: T. and W. Boone. (Project Gutenberg plaintext; Google books version here)

 Moore, George Fletcher. 1837. Evidences of an Inland Sea. Dublin.

1839

Grey, George. 1839. Vocabulary of the dialects spoken by the Aboriginal races…  [MacFaull, Perth RGS]. 12c4  Australia Western A, Parnkalla, Adelaide, Murray River, Encounter Bay  No. 5, 6, 8-12, 14a, 16.

Mitchell, Thomas.  1839. Three expeditions into the interior of Eastern Australia. London: T & W Boone.

Meredith, Charles Mrs. [1839-1844] 1844. Notes and sketches of New South Wales. London: John Murray.

Thomas, William. The Journal of Assistant Protector William Thomas 1839-67 (to be published by VACL)

1840

Eyre, Edward John. [1840-1841] 1845. Journals of expeditions of discovery into central Australia, and overland from Adelaide to King George’s Sound. Vol 1. London: T & W Boone.

Grey, George. 1840. A vocabulary of the dialects of south western Australia. London: T & W Boone.

Motte, Standish. 1840. Outline of a system a system of legislation for securing protection to the aboriginal inhabitants of all countries colonized by Great Britain. London: John Murray.

1840. The report of the Aborigines’ Committee of the Meeting for Sufferings read at the yearly meeting 1840. London: Harvey and Darton.

Teichelmann, C. G. and C. W. Schürmann. 1840. Outlines of a grammar, vocabulary, and phraseology of the aboriginal language of South Australia. Adelaide: Published by the authors at the native location.

1842

Aborigines Committee. 1842. Further information respecting the Aborigines. London: Edward Marsh.

Gell, John Philip. 1842. The vocabulary of the Adelaide tribe. The Tasmanian Journal of Natural Science, Agriculture, Statistics &c. 1:109-124 [PK: This is a pdf of a mimeograph]

*Dove, T. 1842. Moral and social characteristics of the Aborigines of Tasmania as gathered from intercourse with the surviving remnant of them now located on Flinders Island. The Tasmanian Journal of Natural Science, Agriculture, Statistics &c 1: 247

Jorgen Jorgenson. 1842. Aboriginal languages of Tasmania. The Tasmanian Journal of Natural Science, Agriculture, Statistics &c 1:308-318. pdfs here and here.

Gipps, George. 1842. Settlers and inhabitants of the District of Port Fairy. Representation to His Honour C. J. La Trobe Esq., Enclosure in Despatch from Governor Sir George Gipps to Lord Stanley 16 May 1842.

1843

Backhouse, James. 1843. A narrative of a visit to the Australian colonies. London: Hamilton, Adams and co.

1844

Sturt, Charles. [1844-1846] ]1849. Narrative of expedition to Central Australia, 1844-1846. London.

1845

de Strzelecki, P. E. 1845. On the Aborigines of New South Wales and Van Diemen’s Land, 333-356. Physical description of New South Wales and Van Diemen’s Land. London: Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans.

Grey, George. 1845. On the languages of Australia, being an extract of a Dispatch from Captain G. Grey, Governor of South Australia, to Lord Stanley.  Communicated by his Lordship. Journal of the Royal Geographical Society 15.365-67.

1846

A WHITE FEMALE DETAINED BY THE BLACKS IN OR NEAR GIPPS LAND. (1846, September 5). The Australian (Sydney, NSW : 1824 – 1848), p. 2. Retrieved November 12, 2013, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article37157161 [PK: Note that the earliest reference to this is from Angus Macmillan in the Sydney Herald 28 December 1840, following an expedition in November 1840. Not yet available in Trove]

*Confalonieri, Angelo. 1846. Conversation with natives of Port Essington, N. Australia. Ms held in George Grey collection, Free Public Library, Auckland.

*Moorhouse, Matthew. 1846. A Vocabulary and Outline of the Grammatical Structure of the Murray River Language.

*Milentis, Sheryl (ed.) [1846–1860]. Western Australian exploration, 1846–1860. Hesperian Press.

Robinson, George Augustus. 1846. Brief report of an expedition to the Aboriginal tribes of the interior over more than two thousand miles of country during the five months commencing March to August 1846 (Appendix H, Annual Report of Protector, 1845). Ms, Museum of Victoria, Melbourne.

Windsor Earl. G. 1846. On the Aboriginal Tribes of the Northern Coast of Australia. Journal of the Royal Geographical Society of London (16):239–251

1847

*Confalonieri, 1847. Specimen of the Aboriginal language, or short conversation with the natives of north Australia, Port Essington. Ms held in Propaganda Fide Archive, Rome.

1848

Mitchell, Thomas. 1848. Journal of an expedition into the interior of tropical Australia: in search of a route from Sydney to the Gulf of Carpentaria. London: Longman, Brown, Green and Longmans. [PDF]

1850

Threlkeld, L. E. 1850. A key to the structure of the Aboriginal language being an analysis of the particles used as affixes, to form the various modifications of the verbs; shewing the essential powers, abstract roots, and other peculiarities of the language spoken by the Aborigines in the vicinity of Hunter River, Lake Macquarie, etc, New South Wales; together with comparisons of Polynesian and other dialects. Sydney: Kemp and Fairfax.

1851

Salvado, Rudesindo. 1851. Memorie storiche dell’Australia particolarmente della missione Benedictina di Nuova Norcia e degli usi e costumi degli australiani. Roma: S. Congreg. de Propaganda Fide.

1852

1853

Westgarth, William. 1853. Victoria: Late Australia felix. Edinburgh: Oliver & Boyd.

1854

*Bridge, Peter (ed.) [1854-1855] 2009. The finest goldfields in the world: The Austin expedition to the Murchison in 1854. Hesperian Press.

Parker, Edward Stone. 1854. The Aborigines of Australia: a lecture, delivered in in the Mechanics’ Hall, Melbourne, before the John Knox Young Men’s Association, on Wednesday, May 10th, 1854. Melbourne: Hugh McColl.

1855

https://play.google.com/books/reader2?id=sj8BAAAAQAAJ&printsec=frontcover&output=reader&hl=en_GB&pg=GBS.PR1

https://archive.org/stream/landlabourandgo01howigoog#page/n8/mode/2up

1856

Bonwick, James. 1856. William Buckley, the wild white man. Melbourne: Geo. Nichols.

Lang, John Dunmore. 1861. The Aborigines , 308-395. In Queensland, Australia. London: Edward Stanford.

McLennan, John F. 1865. Primitive marriage. Edinburgh: Adam and Charles Black.

Bonwick, James. 1870. Daily life and origin of the Tasmanians. London: Sampson, Low, Son & Masters.

1859

Bunce, Daniel. 1859. Language of the aborigines of the colony of Victoria and other Australian districts. Geelong: Thomas Brown.

Darwin, Charles. 1859. origin of species: http://biodiversitylibrary.org/item/122307#page/7/mode/1up

Milligan, Joseph [1859] 1890. Vocabulary of the dialects of some of the Aboriginal tribes of Tasmania. Hobart: William Thomas Strutt.

1863

Walcott, P. 1863. A short vocabulary of aboriginal words, collected at Nichol Bay. Transactions of the Ethnological Society of London (2): 249-251

1865

Nightingale, Florence. 1865. Note on the aboriginal races of Australia. London: National Association for the Promotion of Social Science.

1868

Morgan, Lewis H. [1868] 1871. Systems of consanguinity and affinity in the human family. Washington: Smithsonian Institution.

[1868-1873] 1873. Proceedings of American Academy of Arts and Sciences, vol. 8. Boston and Cambridge: Welch, Bigelow and Company. pp412-448.

Topinard, Paul. 1868. “Étude sur les Tasmaniens”. Mémoires de la Société d’Anthropologie de Paris. 1 (Paris) (3): 307–329.

1869

de Beauvoir, Comte. 1869. Voyage autour du monde: Australie. Paris: Henri Plon.

Beveridge, Peter. 1869. Aboriginal Ovens. Journal of the Anthropological Society of London (7): clxxxvii-clxxxix

1872

Morgan, Lewis. H. [1872] 1873. Proceedings of the American Academy, vol. 8. March 12, 1872, pp412-439. Boston and Cambridge: Welch, Bigelow and Company.

Ridley, William. 1872. Report on Australian languages and traditions. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 2: 257-291.

Topinard, Paul. 1872. “Étude sur les races indigènes de l’Australie”. Bulletins de la Société d’Anthropologie de Paris. 2 (Paris) (7): 211–327.

Bundaberg: http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/1290506

1873

Trollope, Anthony. [1873?] 1876.  Australia and New Zealand, vol 1. London: Chapman and Hall.

Trollope, Anthony. [1873?] 1876.  Australia and New Zealand, vol 2. London: Chapman and Hall.

1874

Journal of the Brockman droving expedition, 1874–1875

Anthony Trollope New South Wales and Queensland

1875

Calder, James Erskine. 1875. Some account of the wars, extirpation, habits &c of the native tribes of Tasmania. Hobart: Henn and Co.

Ridley, William. 1875. Kámilarói and other Australian languages. New South Wales: Thomas Richards.

Topinard, Paul. 1875. “Sur les métis australiens”. Bulletins de la Société d’Anthropologie de Paris. 2 (Paris) (7): 227–240.

1876

Topinard, Paul. 1876.  L’Anthopologie. Paris: C. Reinwald et Cie. [PK: Might not be anything relevant in here]

1877

Morgan, Lewis H. 1877. Ancient society. Chicago: Charles H. Kerr & Company. [PK: Some imperfections in the scan. See alternative version here]

1878

Brough Smyth, Robert. 1878. The Aborigines of Victoria: With notes relating to the habits of the natives of other parts of Australia and Tasmania. Vol. 1. London: John Ferres.

Brough Smyth, Robert. 1878. The Aborigines of Victoria: With notes relating to the habits of the natives of other parts of Australia and Tasmania. Vol. 2. London: John Ferres.

Tylor, Edward B. 1878. Researches into the early history of mankind and the development of civilization. Boston: Estes & Lauriat.

1879

Taplin, G. 1879. The folklore, manners, customs and langauges of the South Australian Aborigines. Adelaide: E. Spiller.

Topinard, Paul. 1879. “De la notion de race en anthropologie”. Revue d’Anthropologie. 2 (2): 589–660.

1880

Fison, Lorimer, and Alfred William Howitt. 1880. Kamilaroi and Kurnai. Sydney and Melbourne: G. Robertson.

Lumholtz, Carl [1880-1884] 1889. Among cannibals: An account of four years’ travels in Australia and of camp life with the Aborigines of Queensland. London: John Murray.

Smith, Mrs. James. 1880. The Booandik tribe of South Australian Aborigines: A sketch of their habits, custom, legends and language. Adelaide: E. Spiller.

Taplin, George. 1880. Grammar of the Narrinyeri tribe of Australian Aborigines Adelaide: E. Spiller.

1881

Dawson, James. 1881. Australian Aborigines: The languages and customs of several tribes of Aborigines in the western district of Victoria, Australia. Melbourne, Sydney and Adelaide: George Robertson.

1884

Boldrewood, R. 1884. Old Melbourne memories. Melbourne.

Cameron, A.L.P. 1884. Notes on some tribes of New South Wales. Journal of the Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland 14 (4): 344-370.

Hinkins, John T. 1884. Life amongst the native race. Melbourne.

1885

Howitt, A. W. & Lorimer Fison. 1885. On the deme and the horde. The Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland (14) 142-169

Kingston, William H. G. 1885. Adventures in Australia. London: George Routledge and Sons.

Topinard, Paul. 1885.  Éléments d’anthropologie générale. Paris: A. Delahaye et É. Lecrosnier.

Topinard, Paul. 1885. “Présentation de trois Australiens vivants (Séance du 19 novembre 1885)”. Bulletins de la Société d’Anthropologie de Paris. 3 (Paris) (8): 683–698.

1886

Curr, Edward M. 1886. The Australian Race, vol. 1.  Melbourne: John Ferres. [PK: See also AIATSIS ‘Word lists by Edward M. Curr‘]

Curr, Edward M. 1886. The Australian Race, vol. 2.  Melbourne: John Ferres. [PK: See also AIATSIS ‘Word lists by Edward M. Curr‘]

Henty, Richmond. 1886. Australiana, or my early life. London: Sampson Low, Marston, Searle and Rivington.

Topinard, Paul. 1886. “Mensuration des crânes des grottes de Baye (époque néolithique) d’après les registres de Broca”. Revue d’Anthropologie. 3 (1): 1–9. [PK: May not be anything relevant in here]

1887

Curr, Edward M. 1887. The Australian Race, vol. 3.  Melbourne: John Ferres. [PK: See also AIATSIS ‘Word lists by Edward M. Curr‘]

*Curr, Edward M. 1887. The Australian Race, vol. 4. Melbourne: John Ferres. [PK: See also AIATSIS ‘Word lists by Edward M. Curr‘]

Newland, Simpson. 1887. Vocabulary of Aboriginals of the upper Darling. Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society of Australasia, South Australian Branch 2: 32-33.

1888

Garyowen [Finn, Edumund]. [1835]. 1888. The chronicles of early Melbourne, 1835 to 1852, historical, anecdotal and personal. Melbourne: Fergusson and Mitchell.

Topinard, Paul. 1888. “Les dernières étapes de la généalogie de l’homme”. Revue d’Anthropologie. 3 (3): 298–332.

Vannorman Lucas, D. 1888. Australia and homeward. Toronto: William Briggs.

1889

Cunningham, D. J. 1889. The spinal curvature in an Aboriginal Australian.

Galton, Francis. 1889. Note on Australian Marriage Systems. The Journal of the Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland 18: 70-72

Wyndham, W.T. 1889. The Aborigines of Australia. Journal and Proceedings of the Royal Society of New South Wales 23: 36-42.

1891

Engels, Frederick. [1891] 1902. The origin of the family, private property and the state, trans. Ernest Untermann. Chicago: Charles H. Kerr and Company.

Hogan, James Francis. 1891. The convict king. Being the life and adventures of Jorgen Jorgenson. London: Ward & Downey.

Topinard, Paul. 1891. L’Homme dans la nature.

1892

Threlkeld, L. E. 1892. An Australian language as spoken by the Awabakal. Sydney: Charles Potter.

1895

Ethnology. (1895, December 28). The Queenslander (Brisbane, Qld. : 1866 – 1939), p. 1223. Retrieved October 30, 2013, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article21639282

Meston, Archibald. 1895. Geographic history of Queensland. Brisbane: Edmund Gregory.

Mathews, R. H. 1895. The Kamilaroi class system of the Australian Aborigines. Proceedings and Transactions of the Royal Geographical Society of Australasia, Queensland branch 10: 18-34.

1896

Spencer, Baldwin (ed.). 1896. Report on the work of the Horn scientific expedition to Central Australia, part 1. London & Melbourne: Dulau and co, and Melville, Mullen and Slade.

*Spencer, Baldwin (ed.). 1896. Report on the work of the Horn scientific expedition to Central Australia, part 2. London & Melbourne: Dulau and co, and Melville, Mullen and Slade.

Spencer, Baldwin (ed.). 1896. Report on the work of the Horn scientific expedition to Central Australia, part 3. London & Melbourne: Dulau and co, and Melville, Mullen and Slade.

Spencer, Baldwin (ed.). 1896. Report on the work of the Horn scientific expedition to Central Australia, part 4. London & Melbourne: Dulau and co, and Melville, Mullen and Slade.

1897

Roth, Walter Edmond. 1897. Ethnological studies among the North-West-Central Queensland aborigines. Brisbane & London: Edmund Gregory & Queensland Agent-General’s Office.

Mathews, R.H. 1897. The totemic divisions of Australian tribes. Journal and Proceedings of the Royal Society of New South Wales 31: 154-176.

1898

Fawcett, J. W. 1898. Notes on the customs and dialect of the Wonnah-Ruah tribe (part I). Science of Man 1 (7): 152-4 (22 August 1898).

Fawcett, J. W. 1898. Customs of the Wannah-Ruah tribe, and their dialect or vocabulary. Science of Man 1 (8): 180-1 (21 September 1898).

Mathews, R.H. 1898. Australian divisional systems. Journal and Proceedings of the Royal Society of new South Wales 32: 66-87.

Mathews, R.H. 1898. The Victorian Aborigines: Their initiation ceremonies and divisional systems. American Anthropologist 11: 325-343

Mathews, R.H. 1898. Divisions of Queensland Aborigines. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 37 (158): 327-336.

Morris, Edward E. 1898. Austral English: A dictionary of Australasian words, phrases and usages. London: Macmillan and co.

1899

Mathew, John. 1899. Eaglehawk and crow. London and Melbourne: David Nutt and Melville, Mullen and Slade.

Mathews, RH. 1899. Divisions of some Aboriginal tribes, Queensland. Journal and Proceedings of the Royal Society of New South Wales 33: 103-111.

Roth, Henry Ling. 1899. The Aborigines of Tasmania. Halifax: F. King & Sons.

Spencer, Baldwin and F. J. Gillen. 1899. The native tribes of central Australia. London: Macmillan and Co. Limited.

1900

Mathews, R.H. 1900. Divisions of the South Australian Aborigines. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 39 (161): 78-93.

Mathews, R.H. 1900. The Murrawin ceremony. Queensland Geographical Journal 16: 35-41.

Topinard, Paul. 1900. Science et foi. L’anthropologie et la science sociale [PK: Might not be anything relevant in here]

1901

*Bridge, Peter (ed.) [1901] 2010. Desert, drought and death. Hesperian Press. [PK: Border exploration expedition]

Gillen, F. J. [1901-1902] 1968. Gillen’s diary: The camp jottings of F. J. Gillen on the Spencer and Gillen Expedition across Australia. Adelaide: Libraries Board of South Australia.

Spencer, Baldwin. 1901. Guide to the Australian Ethnographical Collection.

1903

McManus, Mary A. 1903. Reminiscences of the early settlement of the Maranoa district.

1904

Spencer, Baldwin and F. J. Gillen. 1904. The northern tribes of central Australia. Macmillan and Co. Limited.

Howitt, A. W. 1904. The native tribes of southeast Australia. London: Macmillan and Co., Limited.

Mathews, R.H. 1904. Ethnological notes on the Aboriginal tribes of New South Wales and Victoria. Journal and Proceedings of the Royal Society of New South Wales 38: 203-381.

Mathews, R.H. 1904. Language, organization and initiation ceremonies of the Kogai tribes, Queensland. Zeitschrift für Ethnologie 36: 28-38.

1905

*Mathews, R. H. 1905. Ethnological notes on the Aboriginal tribes of New South Wales. Sydney: F.W. White.

Mathews, R.H. 1905. Ethnological notes on the Aboriginal tribes of Queensland. Queensland Geographical Journal 20: 49-75.

1906

*Bianchi, Phil (ed.) [1906–1910] 2013. Work completed, Canning: A comprehensive history of the Canning Stock Route. Hesperian Press.

Mathews, R.H. 1906. Notes on the Aborigines of the Northern Territory, Western Australia and Queensland. Queensland Geographical Journal 22: 74-86.

1907

Mathews, R.H. 1907. Notes on the Aborigines of New South Wales. Sydney: William Applegate Gullick.

Thomas, William I. 1907. Sex and society: Studies in the social psychology of sex. Chicago: University of Chicago Press; London: T. Fisher Unwin.

1908

Roth, H. Ling. 1908. The discovery and settlement of Port Mackay, Queensland. Halifax, England: F. King & Sons, Ltd.

1910

Mathew, John. 1910. Two representative tribes of Queensland. London: T. Fisher Unwin.

Mathew, John. 1910. The Origin of the Australian Phratries and Explanations of Some of the Phratry Names. The Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, Vol. 40 (Jan. – Jun., 1910), pp. 164-170. (PK: Available via JSTOR)

1911

Frazer, James George. [1890] 1911. The golden bough: A study in magic and religion, vol. 4. London: Macmillan and Co.

1912

Spencer, Baldwin and F. J. Gillen. 1912. Across Australia, vol. 1. London: Macmillan and Co., Ltd.

Spencer, Baldwin and F. J. Gillen. 1912. Across Australia, vol. 2. London: Macmillan and Co., Ltd.

1914

Spencer, Baldwin. 1914. Native Tribes of the Northern Territory of AustraliaLondon: Macmillan & co.

1916

Basedow, Herbert. 1916. Narrative of an expedition of exploration in north western Australia.

The family chain: https://archive.org/stream/familychainmarri00hopk#page/n3/mode/2up

1918

[Radcliffe-]Brown, A.R. 1918. Notes on the social organization of the Australian tribes. Part I. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland 48: 222-253.

1923

Radcliffe-Brown, A.R. 1923. Notes on the social organization of Australian tribes. Part II. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland 53: 424-447.

1924

*Boothby, Guy. 1924. The beautiful white devil. London: Ward, Lock.

1925

Penn-Smith, Frank. 1925. Black Pastoral:I., pp19-26. In Hang! London: Chatto & Windus. [PK: work of fiction]

Penn-Smith, Frank. 1925. Black Pastoral: II, pp27-36. In Hang! London: Chatto & Windus. [PK: work of fiction]

1927

Spencer, Baldwin. 1927. The Arunta: a Study of a Stone Age People.

1928

Davidson, Daniel Sutherland. 1928. The chronological aspects of certain Australian institutions as inferred from geographical distribution. Philadelphia: Department of Anthropology, University of Pennsylvania.

*Spencer, Baldwin. [1928] 1967. Wanderings in wild Australia. London and New York: Macmillan.

Radcliffe-Brown, A.R.1929. Notes on totemism in Eastern Australia. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland 59: 399-415.

1929

Scott, William. [1929] 1982. The Port Stephen’s Blacks: Recollections of William Scott. Edited by Gordon Bennett. Newcastle, NSW: Cambridge Press. [PK: Originally published by the Chronicle Office, Dungog NSW, 1929]

1930

Radcliffe-Brown, A.R.1930-31. The social organization of Australian tribes. Oceania 1:34-63, 206-246, 322-341, 426-456. [PK: Also issued as Oceania Monograph no. 1.).

1931

Elkin, A. P. 1931. The social organization of South Australian tribes. Oceania 2 (1): 44-73

Radcliffe-Brown, A. R. 1931. The social organization of Australian tribes. Melbourne: Macmillan & Co.

1932

Elkin, AP. 1932. Notes on the social organization of the Worimi, a Kattang-speaking people. Oceania 2 (3): 359-63

Enright, W. J. 1932. Social divisions of the Birripai. Mankind 1 (5): 102. [PK: pdf]

1935

Kelly, C. Tennant. 1935. TRibes on Cherburg Settlement, Queensland. Oceania 5 (4): 461-473.

1949

Lévi-Strauss, Claude. [1949] 1969. The elementary structures of kinship. Boston: Beacon Press.

FICTION:

Fugitive Ann: A romance of unexplored bush: http://www.apfa.esrc.unimelb.edu.au/objects/D00000621.htm

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