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tribe, and intertribal relations in Australia

Gerald Clair William Camden Wheeler

tribe, and intertribal relations in Australia

by Gerald Clair William Camden Wheeler

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Published by Johnson Reprint Corp. in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Tribes -- Australia.,
  • Ethnology -- Australia.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Gerald C. Wheeler. With a prefatory note by Edward A. Westermarck. London, J. Murray, 1910.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsGN666 .W6
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 167 p.
    Number of Pages167
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22361192M

    The pre-Islamic Arab world was profoundly tribal. In an arid desert setting where resources were scarce and tribes fought over water, food, and control of caravan trade routes, individuals derived their sense of loyalty and identity from their tribe; intertribal vendettas were frequent, and defending a .   C. Gopalan Nair. Wynad: Its Peoples and Traditions. F. Fawcett G. C. Wheeler. The Tribe and Intertribal Relations in Australia. E. S. Hartland J. Bolte, K Title: Folk-Lore, Volume

    tribe [trīb] a taxonomic category subordinate to a family (or subfamily) and superior to a genus (or subtribe). tribe (trīb), In biologic classification, an occasionally used division between the family and the genus; often the same as the subfamily. [L. tribus] tribe (trīb) n. 1. A unit of sociopolitical organization consisting of a number of. I Am an Australian Aborigine. As told to “Awake!” correspondent in Australia. I AM an Australian aborigine. My name is Warwirra. In my country, to distinguish from first-generation migrants whom we call “New Australians,” we use the term “Dinkum Aussie” for citizens born in the land.

      Christine Halse, The Reverend Ernest Gribble and Race Relations in Northern Australia, PhD thesis, Department of History, University of Queensland, , pp 6. Judy Thomson (ed.) Reaching Back: Queensland Aboriginal people recall early days at Yarrabah Mission, Aboriginal Studies Press, , p   Indigenous Studies New Titles Spring/Summer this season’s highlights. Aboriginal Peoples and the Law. Remote Freedoms. April pp PB £ UBC Press.


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OCLC Number: Notes: "List of sources": p. Description: xii, pages 23 cm. Contents: General environment and the community of Australian tribes --Organization of the Australian tribe: intra-tribal groups --Confederations of tribes: groups of tribes: formation and distruction of tribes ; Territorial sovereignty ; Intercourse in general between local groups, and certain.

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Fawcett G. Wheeler. The Tribe and Intertribal Relations in Australia. Hartland J. Bolte, K. Subject: Ethnology -- Australia; Aboriginal Australians -- Government relations. The tribe and intertribal relations in Australia () Author: Wheeler, Gerald Clair William Camden, Subject: Tribes; Ethnology -- Australia.

Two representative tribes of Queensland () with an inquiry concerning the origin of the Australian race. Aboriginal Tribal System. A tribe, in the Aboriginal context, is a group of people related by actual or implied genealogy, a common language, occupying a recognised tract of country where they hunt and gather food.

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Wheeler was a student of E. Westermarck. Before his fieldwork in the Solomon Islands he wrote The Tribe and Intertribal Relations in Australia (published ). Under the direction of W.

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