Wakka Wakka people E28

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  • AustLang, accessed online 13-Dec-2022.

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Wakka Wakka people E28

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Wakka Wakka people E28

  • UF Waga Waga, Wakawaka, Waka Waka, Bujiebara, Dungibara, Dungidau, Garumga, Garumngar, Kaiabara, Enibura, Gowrburra, Koolaburra, Mungar, Nukunukubara, Wa, Wabar, Waa, Wacca Wacca, Wackar, Waka, Wakar, Wakka, Wakka wakka, Wakkar, Wakkawakka, Waku wuka, Wapa, Wilili, Wililililee, Willillee, Woga, Wogga, Wokka, Wokkari, Wuka Wuka, Wuli wuli, Wulili, Wagawaga, Woka, Wakar/Wackar, Woka Woka

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Wakka Wakka people E28

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Cherbourgh settlement, Thursday March 24, 1966

  • F2046
  • Item
  • 1966

Report of visit to Cherbourg Aboriginal community by R. Wright and K. Loughlin, representatives of Building Workers' Industrial Union of Australia.
The visit was to investigate wage rates and employment conditions of Aboriginal Union members.

Loughlin, K. B.

Aboriginal tribes in the Woocoo Shire

  • F2220
  • Item
  • [1972?]

Typescript (duplicated), which includes descriptive information about the Kabi tribe, an account of conflict between white settlers and local indigenous people in about 1849, and an account of indigenous customs at Mt. Mowbollan. Includes bibliography.

Woocoo Historical Society

Massacres of Australian Aborigines in Queensland

  • F3527
  • Item
  • 2010

Draft typescript article written by Richard Fotheringham for The Australian Literary Review which was published with the title 'Inside the killing fields of Queensland' on October 6, 2010, pp. 12-13. This article was written after the discovery of a memoir by Thomas Davis, father of Arthur Hoey Davis (aka "Steele Rudd"), which discussed massacres of Australian Aborigines in his time of working in Queensland in the 1800s. Fotheringham suggested the name of the manuscript.

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Fotheringham, Richard, 1947-

Vocabularies of four representative tribes of South Eastern Queensland, with grammatical notes thereof, and some notes on manners and customs. Also, a list of aboriginal place names and their derivations.

  • F3843
  • Item
  • 1939?

Draft typescript with handwritten emendations. This manuscript contains vocabularies for the Kabi-kabi, Wakka-wakka, Yugarabul and Yugumbir languages. The twelve page preface includes notes on grammar and pronunciation, pronunciation of letters, and grammar of the Yugumbir, Yugarabul and Wakka languages. The chapters: Vocabulary: English - Kabi and Kabi - English (78 leaves); Vocabulary: English - Yugumbir and Yugumbir - English (68 leaves); Vocabulary: English - Yugarabul and Yugarabul - English (29 leaves), Declension of a noun of the Yugarabul language (adapted from the work of Rev. W. Ridley) (1 leaf); Vocabulary: English - Wakka and Wakka - English (24 leaves); Some notes on the manners and customs of the aborigines of South East Queensland; Aboriginal place names of South-east Queensland; Index of names; and a map of south east Queensland. A railways map of south east Queensland has beeen coloured by Watson to show the lingual divisions and has the date of 1939.

It was published as a Supplement to the Journal of the Royal Geographical Society of Australasia (Queensland) no. 34, vol. XLVII in 1944.

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Watson, F. J.

Elwyn Flint Papers

  • UQFL173
  • Collection
  • [196-]

This collection comprises written documents collected by Flint mostly as part of a long term research project in the 1960s, known as the Queensland Speech Survey, during which Flint recorded traditional Aboriginal languages. This collection also documents the Yuulngu (Gupapuyngu) language. Other parts of the collection include journal articles of languages, correspondence with field-linguists and staff from academic institutions, Indonesian material, and documentation of the English spoken by Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, Australian and regional pidgins, "migrants" and "mother-tongue" people from different ages, regions or socio-economic groups.

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Flint, Elwyn Henry

Draft of paper 'Aboriginal identity, government and the law'

Copy of a typescript paper of the opening address at the ANZAAS symposium on Aboriginal identity in contemporary Australian society - Brisbane - May 28, 1971, titled 'Aboriginal identity, government and the law' by WC Wentworth; 13 leaves; 1971? Differs slightly from the published version which appears in Aboriginal identity in contemporary Australian society edited by D Tugby (1973).

Wentworth, W. C. (William Charles), 1907-2003

Photocopy of handwritten biography of Beryl Wharton

Photocopy of a handwritten account of Beryl Wharton, giving details of her life at Cherbourg mission, working life and the various places she lived. Undated. Author of account is a grandchild; name not supplied. There is a timeline of events in the life of Beryl are from 1924 to 1986; most likely this account was written in the late 1980s.

Huggins, Jackie

Caroline Kelly Papers

  • UQFL489
  • Collection
  • ca. 1900-1987

Personal and professional papers of Caroline Kelly, including correspondence; financial and legal papers; unpublished poetry and stories; theatre records and publications; anthropology field notes, reports and articles; photographs and newspaper cuttings.

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Tennant-Kelly, Caroline, 1899-1989

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