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Bibliography of South-eastern Australian Aboriginal Ethnobotany.

This bibliography is in two parts. Part A lists material alphabetically by title where an author has not been identified. Part B lists material alphabetically by author/person primarily responsible for the work.

Part A.

Aboriginal Australia. 1981. Sydney: Australian Gallery Directors Council.

The Kaurna Seasonal Trail Excursion ­p; Teachers' Handbook. 1985. Adelaide: Aboriginal Community College Inc.

The Kaurna People; Aboriginal People of the Adelaide Plains. 1989. Adelaide: Education Department of South Australia.

Ngurunderi; An Aboriginal Dreaming. 1989. Adelaide: South Australian Museum.
Daughters of a Dreaming. 1991. Melbourne: Museum of Victoria.

The Kai Kai Nature Trail; A Resource Guide for Aboriginal Studies. 1991. Aboriginal Studies R­p;12. Adelaide: Education Department of South Australia.

Part B.

Carolin, R. C., and Tindale, M.D. 1994. Flora of the Sydney region. Sydney: Reed.

Clarke, P. A. 1986. The study of ethnobotany in South Australia. Australian Aboriginal Studies (2): 40­p;47.

Costermans, Leon. 1981. Native trees and shrubs of South-Eastern Australia. Adelaide: Rigby.

Cribb, A. B., and Cribb, J.W. 1987. Wild Food in Australia. Sydney: Fontana.

Dargin, Peter. 1976. Aboriginal Fisheries of the Darling-Barwon Rivers. Brewarrina: Brewarrina Historical Society.

Donaldson, Ian, and Donaldson, Tamsin. 1985. Seeing the First Australians. Sydney: Allen and Unwin.

Flood, Josephine. 1980. The Moth Hunters. Canberra: Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies.

Foster, Elizabeth. 1985. The Aborigines; From Prehistory to the Present. Melbourne: Oxford University Press.

Gott, Beth and Conran, John. 1991. Victorian Koorie Plants. Yangennanock Women's Group, Aboriginal Keeping Place, PO Box 666, Hamilton, Victoria 3300.

Gott, Beth. 1993. Use of Victorian Plants by Koories. In Flora of Victoria. Edited by D. B. Foreman and N. G. Walsh. Melbourne: Inkata Press.

Helms, R. 1895. Anthropological notes. Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales 20 (2): 387­p;407.

Leiper, Glenn. 1985. Mutooroo; Plant use by Australian Aboriginal people. Eagleby: Eagleby South State School.

Lumholtz, Carl. 1980[1889]. Among Cannibals. Canberra: ANU Press.

McBryde, Isabel. 1978. Record of Times Past. Canberra: Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies.

Nayutah, Jolanda, and Finlay, Gail. 1988. Our Land, Our Spirit; Aboriginal Sites of North Coast New South Wales. Lismore: North Coast Institute for Aboriginal Community Education.

Pepper, Philip. 1985. The Kurnai of Gippsland. Melbourne: Highland House.

Presland, Gary. 1985. The Land of the Kulin; Discovering the Lost Landscape and the First People of Port Philip. Melbourne: McPhee Gribble/ Penguin Books.

Sculthorpe, Gaye. 1990. Guide to Victorian Aboriginal Collections in the Museum of Victoria. Melbourne: Museum of Victoria.

Smyth, R. Brough. 1878. Aborigines of Victoria. Melbourne: Government Printer.

Symons, Pat and Sim. 1994. Bush Heritage. Nambour, Qld: P & S Symons.

Taylor, Penny. 1988. After 200 years: Photographic essays of Aboriginal and Islander Australia Today. Canberra: Aboriginal Studies Press.

Tunbridge, Dorothy. 1985. Artefacts of the Flinders Ranges. Port Augusta: Pipa Wangka.

Zola, Nelly, and Gott, Beth. 1992. Koorie plants, Koorie people; Traditional Aboriginal Food, Fibre and Healing Plants of Victoria. Melbourne: Koorie Heritage Trust.

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