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Author Parsons, David, 1945-

Title Waringh waringh : a history of Aboriginal people in the Warwick area and their land / David Parsons
Published Maryvale, Qld. : David Parsons, 2003


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 W'PONDS  305.899150994 Par/Wwa  AVAILABLE
Description 246 pages : illustrations (some color), maps, portraits ; 21 cm
Contents Section 1: Traditional Lifestyle. Ch. 1. The basics of life -- Ch. 2. Animal food -- Ch. 3. Everyday society -- Ch. 4. Music and ceremony. Section 2: The Natural Environment. Ch. 5. Waringh Waringh, the cold place -- Ch. 6. Giant animals in Aboriginal history -- Ch. 7. Wildlife and vegetation of the Warwick area. Section 3: The Invasion. Ch. 8. The Invasion -- Ch. 9. The colonisation of the people. Section 4: The 1900s. Ch. 10. The years of silence -- Ch. 11. Aboriginal people today
Summary Waringh Waringh is the name for the Warwick area in the language of the Gidhabal people who have lived in the area for many thousands of years. This book is a collection of aspects of the history of those people before and after European people came
Notes Includes index
Bibliography Bibliography: pages 231-242
Subject Burera (Australian people) -- Australia -- Warwick (Qld.) -- History.
Burera (Australian people) -- Social life and customs.
Aboriginal Australians -- Australia -- Queensland -- Warwick -- History
Aboriginal Australians -- Australia -- Queensland -- Warwick -- Social life and customs
Warwick (Qld.) -- History.
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