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|Title:||The Aborigines of Central Australia : with vocabularies of the dialects spoken by the natives of Lake Amadeus and of the western territory of Central Australia|
|Author:||Willshire, W. H.|
|Publisher:||Adelaide : Government Printer.|
|Abstract:||Police Officer W.H. Willshire describes his experiences in charge of native police. He was based in what is now Alice Springs, (N.T.) and was able to collect some of the local language and customs of that area and also of the Lake Amadeus area in the S.W. of N.T.|
|Keywords:||Aboriginal Australians. Australia, Central History.|
Aboriginal Australians. Australia, Central Languages.
|Description:||Original held in Special Collections, Rare Books, 572.994 W74.|
|Appears in Collections:||Language Texts and Linguistics|
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|Willshire1.pdf||Main text, pp. 1-40||194.58 kB||Adobe PDF||View/Open|
|Willshire_vocabs.pdf||Pages41-end; Vocabulary of the Dialect Spoken by the Natives of the Country adjacent to Lake Amadeus in Central Australia.||158.65 kB||Adobe PDF||View/Open|
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