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8vo. Lond., 1876.

WINDLE, BERTRAM COGHILL ALAN. Remains of the prehistoric
age in England: illust. 8vo. Lond., 1904.

571.1. Stone Age.

SMITH, Rev. FREDERICK. The stone ages in North Britain and
Ireland ; introd. by Augustus H. Keane*: illust. 8vo. Glas-
gow, 1909

571.81. Dwellings.

DAWKINS, WILLIAM BOYD. Cave hunting; researches on the evi
dence of caves respecting the early inhabitants of Europe :
illust. 8vo. Lond., 1874.

571.9. Monoliths.

LOCKYER, Sir JOSEPH NORMAN. Stonehenge, and other British
stone monuments astronomically considered : [illust.]. 8vo.
Lond., 1906.

572. Ethnology.

ABORIGINES' protection society. Annual report, second to fourth
and sixth to tenth, [with, Extracts from the papers and pro-
ceedings, October to December, 1839, and January to June,
1841]. 8vo. Lorid-, v.d.

Report of the parliamentary committee on aboriginal tribes
(British settlements) : reprinted with comments. 8vo. Lond.,



Pam., v. 18, no. 334.

ABORIGINES society. Report of the meeting for sufferings re-
specting the aborigines, 1841. pp. 12, 8vo. Lond., 1843.
Pam., v. 81. no. 1470.

AVEBURY, JOHN LUBBOCK, ist baron. Origin of civilisation and
the primitive condition of man; mental and social condition
of savages: [illust.]. 8vo.' Lond., 1870.

BON WICK, JAMES. Our nationalities. 8vo. Lond., 1 880-81.

Contents. 'Who are the Irish ? Who are the Scotch ? Who are
the Welsh? Who are the English?

COLONIAL intelligencer, or aborigines' friend : comprising the
Transactions of the Aborigines protection society. 4 v., 8vo.
Lond., 1847-54.

Same: New series. The Aborigines' friend and colonial in-
telligencer. v. i, 1855-58.



314 ETHNOLOGY.



ETHNOLOGICAL society of London. Journal, v. 3, 8vo., Lend.,
1854.

Contains articlc-s on Australian and New Zealand ethnology.
Same: \. 4. 8vo. Lond., 1856.

Contains a paper " On the KamHuroi tribe of Australian* and
their dialect," by Rev. \Y. Ridley.

Same: Transactions, v. 3, new ser. 8vo. Lond., 1865.

Contains an article on the aborigines of Australia, by Augustus

Oldfield.

FEATHERMAN, AMERICUS. Social history of the races of man-
kind. 7 v., 8vo. Lond., 1881-91.

Contents. Div. i. Nifjritians. Div. 2. P-ipuo and Malayo
Melanesians; Oceano Melanesians. Div. 3. Aoneo-Maranomans ;
Chiapo- and Guarano-Maranonyms. Div. 4. Dravido-Turanians,
Turco-Tarlar-'l'uranians, t T jjrio-Turanians. Div. ;;. Aramaeans.

FRAZER, JAMES GEORGE. Totemism and exogamy ; a treatise on
certain early forms of superstition and society : [maps].
4 v., 8vo. Lond., 1910.

LIVING races of mankind; a popular illustrated account of the
customs, habits, pursuits, feasts, and ceremonies of the races
of mankind throughout the world : by eminent specialists.
[R. Lydekker, A. H. Keane, and others]. 2 v.. 4to. Lond.,




PICKERING, CHARLES. Races of man and their geographical dis-

tribution ; to which is prefixed an analytical synopsis of the

natural history of man. by John Charles Hall : [map and

illust.]. 8vo. Lond., 1850.
SHOBERL, FREDERIC, cd. The world in miniature; the Asiatic

islands and New Holland ; being a description of the various

tribes by which they are inhabited: [col. illust.]. 2 v. in i,

i2mo. Lond., 1824.
STUART. MARTIN. De Mensch, zoo als hij voorkomt op den

l>ekenden Aardbol : illust. by Jacques Kuyper : [col. illust.].

6 v.. 8vo. Amsterdam, 1802-07.
THOMAS, NORTHCOTE W., cd. Anthropological essays presented

to Edward Burnett Tylor in honour of his 75th birthday.

2 Oct., 1907: [2 portrs. and illust.]. la. 8vo. Oxf.. 1907.
WEBSTER, HUTTON. Primitive secret societies; a study in early

politics and religion. 8vo. N.Y.. 1908.

572.1. Unity of the Human Race.

FIN'OT, JEAN. Race prejudice: tr. by Florence Wade-Evans.
8vo. Lond., 1906.

572.7. Scattered Races : Jews.

FISHBERG, MAURICE. The Jews ; a study of race and environ-
ment: [illust.]. 8vo. Lond., 1911 [1910].
(Contemporary science ser.) '

Ethnology of Special Countries.

572.942. Great Britain.

NICHOLAS, THOMAS. British ethnology; the pedigree of the
English people : an argument on the formation and growth
of the nation: [illust. and maps]. 4th ed., 8vo. Lond.,
1874-



ETHNOLOGY. 315



. 572.942 E. British Empire.

ERASER, JOHN FOSTER. Quaint subjects of the King : 68 illust.

8vo. Lond., 1909.
LATHAM, ROBERT GORDON. Ethnology of the British colonies

and dependencies. i2mo. Lond., 1851.

572.954. India.

CROOKE, WILLIAM. Natives of northern India : illust. [and
map]. 8vo. Lond., 1907.

(Native races of the British empire.)

STACK, EDWARD. The Mirkirs ; from; [his"] papers : ed., arranged,
and supplemented by Sir Charles Lyall : illust. 8vo. Lond.,
1908.

THURSTON. EDGAR, and RANGACHARI, K. Castes and tribes
of southern India: fillust.]. 7 v., 8vo. Madras, 1909.

572.967. Central Africa.

ROUTLEDGE, W. SCORESBY, and ROUTLEDGE, KATHERINE. With
a prehistoric people ; the Akikiiyu of British East Africa :
being some account of the method of life and mode of thought
found existent among a nation on its first contact with
European civilisation: illust. and map. 8vo. Lond., 1910.

WERNER, ALICE. Natives of British Central Africa: illust,
8vo. Lond., 1906.

(Native races of the British empire.)

572.968. South Africa.

KIDD. DUDLFY. Kafir socialism and the dawn of individualism;
an introduction to the study of the native problem. 8vo.
Lond., 1908.

THEAL, GEORGE McCALL. The yellow and dark-skinned people
of Africa south of the Zambesi ; a description of the Bush-
men, the Hottentots, and particularly the Bantu : 15 illust,
8vo. Lond., 1910.

572.97. North America.

BANCROFT, HUBERT HOWE. Native races [of the Pacific states] :
[maps and illust.]. 5 v., 8vo. San Francisco, 1882-83.

Contents. v. i. \Vild tribes. v. 2. Civilized nations. v. 3. Myths
and languages. v. 4. Antiquities. v. 5. Primitive history. [Index. |

CATLIN, GEORGE. Letters and notes on the manners, customs,
and condition of the North American Indians : written during
eight years' travel in 1832-1839 : 400 illust. 2 v., 8vo.
Lond., 1841.

Reprinted in 1902 from the original plates.

JOHNSTON, Sir HARRY HAMILTON. The negro in the new world :

illust. and maps. la. 8vo. Lond., 1910.
McLAUGHLIN, JAMES. My friend the Indian: illust. 8vo.

Lond , 1910.
TOUT, C. HILL. British North America: i. The far west, the

home of the Salish and Dene: illust. and map. 8vo. Lond. r

1967.

(Native races of the British empire.)



316 ETHNOLOGY.



WASHINGTON, BOOKER TALIAFERRO. The story of the negro;

the rise of the race from slavery : [portr.]. 2 v. . 8vo. Lond.,

1909.
WASHINGTON, BOOKER TALIAFERRO. and DU BOIS, WILLIAM

EDWARD BURGHARDT. The American negro (Southern states) ;

his economic progress in relation to his moral and religious

<1< '\vlopment. 8vo. Lond., 1909.

572.99. Oeeana.

BASTIAN. ADOLF. Inselgruppen in Oceanien ; Reseergebnisse und
Studien : 3 illust. 8vo. Berlin, 1883.

CAUVIN, CHARLES. Memoire sur les races de 1'Oceanie. 8vo.
Paris, 1882.

HAMV, ERNEST THEODORE. L'oeuvre ethnographique de Nicolas-
Martin Petit, dessinateur a bord du Geographe, 1801-1804.
pp. 24, 8vo. Paris, 1891.
Pam., v. 147, no. .2843.

572.991. Malaysia.

EARL, GEORGE WINDSOR. Native races of the Indian archipelago :
Papuans: [illust.]. 8vo. Lond., 1853.

Also includes the East Indian archipelago, Malaya, and northern
Australia.

MARTIN, RUDOLF. Die Inlamlstamme der Malayischen Halbinsel ;
\\-issenschaftliche Ergebnisse einer Reise diirch die vereinigten
Malayischen Staaten : illust. 4to. Jena. 1905.

572.9911. Borneo.

McDOUGALL. FRANCIS THOMAS, bishop of Ldbuan. On the wild
tribes of the north-west coast of Borneo, pp. n, 8vo. Lond.,
1862.

Pam., v. 184, no. 3562.

ST. JOHN, Sir SPENSER BUCKINGHAM. Wild tribes of the north-
west coast of Borneo, pp. 12. 8vo. Lond., 1862.
Pam., v. 184, no. 3561.

572.993. Melanesia.

CODRINGTON, Rev. ROBERT HENRY. The Melanesians ; studies
in their anthropology and folk-lore: illust. 8vo. Oxf., 1891.

WHEELER, DANIEL. Effects of the introduction of ardent spirits
and implements of war among the natives of some of the
South-sea islands and New South Wales, and ed., pp. 21,
8vo. Lond., 1843.

Pam., v. 103, no. 1884.

572.9931. New Zealand.

ANDERSEN, JOHANNES C. Maori life in Ao-tea : [illust.]. 8vo.

Christchurch, [1907].
ANGAS, GEORGE FRENCH. The New Zealanders illustrated: [col.

plates], to. Lond., 1847.



ETHNOLOGY ; NEW ZEALAND. 317

BROWN, J. MACMILLAN. Maori and Polynesian; tht-ir origin, his-
tory, and culture. 8vo. Lond., 1907.

COWAN, JAMES. The Maoris of New Zealand : illust. 8vo.
Christchurch, 1910 [1909].
(Makers of Australia ser.)

DRUMMOND. JAMES, ed. John Rutherford, the white chief; a
story of adventure in New Zealand : [illust.]. 8vo. Christ-
church, [1908].

FENTON, FRANCIS DART. Suggestions for a history of the origin
and migrations of the Maori people. 8vo. Auckland. 1885.
Pam., v. 34, no. 547.

FOLEY, ANTOINE EDOUARD. Eki Tou-mata-ouengha, pere et dieu
des cruels humains. 8vo. [Paris], 1874.

GRACE, ALFRED A. Tales of a dying race. 8vo. Lond.. 1901.

MARTIN, MARY ANN, lady. Our Maoris: [map and illust.]. 8vo.
Lond., 1884.

NEW Zealanders, The. pp. 17, 8vo. Edinb., 1851.

From Blackwood's magazine, Oct., 1851.
Pam., v. 126, no. 2418.

POLACK, JOEL SAMUEL. Manners and customs of the New
Zealanders, with notes corroborative of their habits, usages,
&c. : illust. 2 v., 8vo. Lond., 1840.

ROBLEY, HORATIO GORDON, major-general. Moko, or Maori
tattooing: illust. 410. Lond., 1896.

SAVAGE, JOHN. Some account of New Zealand, particularly the
Bay of Islands, and surrounding country ; with a description
of the religion and government, language, arts, manufactures,
manners, and customs of the natives, &c. [illust.]. 8vo.
Lond., 1807.

SHORTLAND, EDWARD. Traditions and superstitions of the NVw
Zealanders, with illustrations of their manners and customs.
8vo. Lond., 1854.

SMITH, STEPHENSON PERCY. History and traditions of the Maoris
of the West Coast, North Island of New Zealand, prior to
1840: illust. and maps. 8vo. New Plymouth, 1910.

(Memoirs of the Polynesian society, v. i.)

TREGEAR, EDWARD. The Aryan Maori. 8vo. Well., 1885.

The Maori race. 8vo. Wanganui, 1904.
WHITE, JOHN. Ancient history of the Maori, his mythology and

traditions, 6 v., and supplementary vol. of illust. 7 v.,

8vo. Well, 1887-90.
WILSON, JOHN ALEXANDER. The story of Te Waharoa ; a chapter

in early New Zealand history, with sketches of ancient Maori

life and history: [illust.]. 8vo. Christchurch, [1906].

572.9932. New Caledonia.

LAJMBERT, le fere. Moeurs et superstitions des Neo-Caledcniens :
[illust.]. 4to. Noumea, 1900.

MONCELON, LEON. Les Canaques de la Nouvelle-Caledonie, et
des Nouvelles-Hebrides : la colonisation europeene, en face de
la sauvagerie locale, pp. 32, 8 vo. Paris. 1886.
Pam., v. 103, no. 1897.



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572.9934. New Hebrides.

BENNETT, GEORGE. Account of Elau, a Malayan Papuan child,
native of the island of Erromanga. pp. 10, 8vo. Syd., >/.</.

Pam., v. 103, no. i8<)6.

SOMERVTLLE, BOYLE T. Notes on some islands of the N - \\
Hebrides: [2 plates], pp. 20, 8vo. Ix>nd.. 1893.
Pam., v. 184, no. 3560.

572.9935. Solomon Islands.

RIBBE, CARL. Zwei Jahre unter den Kannibalen der Salomo-
Inseln, Reiserlebnisse und Schilderungen von Land und
Lenten ; unter Mitwirkung von Heinrich Kalbf us : maps and
illust. 8vo. Dresden, 1903.

572.9936. Bismarck Archipelago.

DANK.S, Rcr. BENJAMIN. Marriage customs of the New Britain
group, pp. 14, 8vo. Lond., 1889.

Pain., v. 147, no. 2844.

572.994. Australia.

AUSTRALIAN languages and traditions, pp. 45, 8vo. [Lond.],,
1898.

From Journal of the Anthropological institute
Pam., v. 127, no. 2423.

BEVERIDGE, PETER. The aborigines of Victoria and Riverina :
[with vocabulary]. 8vo. Melb., 1889.

Title page wanting.

CURR, EDWARD MICKLETHWAITE. The Australian race; its origin,
languages, customs, place of landing in Australia, and the
routes by which it spread itself over that continent. 3 v., 8vo.,
and i v".. fo. Melb., 1886.

[CUTTINGS from old Sydney newspapers relating to the aborigines
of Australia.] 8vo., n.t.p., n.d.

ETHKRIDGE. ROBERT. An Australian aboriginal musical instru-
ment, pp. 5, 8vo. Lond., 1894.

Pam., v. 103, no. 1804.

Notes on Australian shields, more particularly the Drunmung :
[plates], pp. 8, 8vo. Lond., 1896.

Pam., v. 103, no. 1893.

On a modification of the Australian aboriginal weapon termed
the leonile, langeel, bendi, or buccan, &c. pp. 4, 8vo.
Lond., 1894.

Pam., v. io}, no. i8(>v

FISON. Rev. I.ORIMER, and HOWITT, ALFRED WILLIAM. Kami-
la roi and Kurnai ; group-marriage and relationship, and mar-
riage by elopement, chiefly from the usage of the Australian
aborigines: also the Kurnai tribe ; their customs in peace and
war: introd. by Lewis H. Morgan. 8vo. Melb., 1880.

FLANAGAN, RODERICK J. Aborigines of Australia. i2mo. Syd.,
1888.

GENNEP, ARNOLD VAN. Mythes et legendes d' Australia; etudes
d'ethnographie et de sociologie : [biographical notice and
introd.]. 8vo. Paris, 1905.



ETHNOLOGY ; AUSTRALIA. 319

GRIBBLE, Rev. JOHN B. " Black but comely " ; or, glimpses or

aboriginal life in Australia. 8vo. Lond., [1884].
HOWITT, ALFRED WILLIAM. Notes on Australian message sticks
and messengers : [plate], pp. 19, 8vo. Lond., 1889.

Pam., v. 103, no. 1888.

Notes on songs and songmakers of some Australian tribes.
pp. 9, 8vo. Lond., 1887.

Pam., v. 1 8. no. 336.

Notes on the Australian class systems : [map], pp. 16, 8vo.
Lond., 1883.

Pam., v. 126, no. 2422.

On some Australian ceremonies of initiation. pp. 29, 8vo.
Lond., 1884.

Pam., v. 103. uo. 1889.
HOWITT, ALFRED WILLIAM, and FISON, Rev. LORIMER. On the
dome and the horde, pp. 29, 8vo. Lond., 1884.

Pam., v. 103, no. 1890.

KOSMIXSKV, ISIDORE. Occultism of the Australian aboriginal:
no. 2. pp. 8, 8vo. Melb., n.d.

Pam., v. 126, no. 2421.

KRAUSE, W. Australien. pp. 32, 8vo. Leipzig, 1897.

Pam., v. 127, no. 242(5.

LANG, GIDEON SCOTT. Aborigines of Australia in their original
condition and in their relations with the white men ; a lecture,
revised and enlarged, pp. 86. 8vo. Melb., 1865.

LUMHOLTZ, CARL. Au pays des cannibales ; voyage d'exploration
chez les indigenes de 1' Australia orientale, 1880-1884: traduit
du Norvegien par V. et W. Molard : maps and illust. 410
Paris, 1890.

MANNING, JAMES. Notes on the aborigines of New Holland.
pp. 19, 8vo. Syd., 18*83.

Pam., v. 18., no. 339.

MATHEW, Rev. JOHN. The cave paintings of Australia, their
authorship and significance: [plates], pp. n, 8vo. Lond.,

i893-

Pam., v. 18, no. 338.

Eaglehawk and crow ; a study of the Australian aborigines, in-
cluding an inquiry into their origin and a survey of Australian
languages. 8vo. Lond., 1899.

MATHEWS, ROBERT HAMILTON. Divisions of Australian tribes
pp. 4, 8vo. Phila., 1898.

Divisions of north Australian tribes, pp. 5, 8vo. Phila., 1899.

Ethnological notes on the aboriginal tribes of New South Wales
and Victoria. 8vo. Syd., 1905.

Organisation sociale des tribus aborigines de 1'Australie. pp. 5,
8\o. Paris, n.d.

Origin, organization, and ceremonies of the Australian abori-
gines : map. pp. 22, 8vo. Phila., 1900.

Some aboriginal languages of Queensland and Victoria, pp. 10,
8vo. Phila., 1902.

The Wombya organization of the Australian aborigines, pp. 8,
8vo. Wash., 1 900.

All the above bound together.

ORTON, Rer. JOSEPH. Aborigines of Australia; with introductory
letter dated 1836. pp. 12, n.t.p., Lond., n.d.



ETHNOLOGY ; AUSTRALIA.

PARKER, KUVVARD STONE. Aborigines of Australia, pp. 31, 8vo.

Melb., 1854.
KKCLUS, ELIE. Le primitif d' Australia; ou, les non-non et le

oui-oui : etude d'ethnologie comparee. 8vo. Paris, n.d.
RIDLEY. Rev. WILLIAM. Aborigines of Australia, pp. 28, umo.

Syd., 1864.

Pain., v. 30, no. 670.

SADLKTR, RICHARD. Aborigines of Australia : [illust.]. pp. 69,

4to. Syd., 1883.
SMITH, WILLIAM RAMSAY. Place of the Australian aboriginal in

recent anthropological research: [plates], pp. 22, 8vo. Adel.,

1907.

Pam., v. 103, no. 1883.

SPENCER. WALTER BALDWIN. Guide to the Australian ethno-
graphical collection in the National museum of Victoria: [14
plates], pp. 88, 8vo. Melb., n.d.

THOMAS, NORTHCOTE W. Kinship organisations and group mar-
riage in Australia. 8vo. Camb., 1906.
Natives of Australia: illust. and map. 8vo. Lond., 1906.

TUPINARD, PAUL. Etude sur les races indigenes de 1'Australie.
8vo. Paris, 1872.

WESTGARTH, WILLIAM. Report on the condition, capabilities,
and prospects of the Australian aborigines. pp. 40, 8vo.
Melb., 1846.
Same : another copy.

Pam., v. 103, no. 1885.

WHEELER, GERALD C. The tribe, and intertribal relations in

Australia : prefatory notes by Edward A. Westermarck. 8vo.

Lond., 1910.
WORSNOP, THOMAS. Prehistoric arts, manufactures, works,

weapons, &c., of the aborigines of Australia: [illust.]. 8vo.

Adel., 1897.

572.9941. Western Australia.

ABORIGINES 1 protection society. [Correspondence concerning the
aborigines of Western Australia.] pp. 12, 8vo., n.t.p., n.p.,
1841.

BATES, DAISY M. Efforts made in Western Australia towards the
betterment of her aborigines : compiled from statistics, records,

&c. pp. 31, 8vo. Perth, 1907.

Pam., v. 147, no. 2848.

BRIEF account of the natives of Western Australia, their character,
manners, and customs : prepared to illustrate the collection of
weapons, &c., sent to the exhibition at Sydney, 1879. pp. 15,
8vo. Perth, 1879.

Pain., v. 18, no. 343.
Same: another copy.

Pam., v. 127, no. 24,24.

MATHEWS, ROBERT HAMILTON. Ethnological notes on the abori-
ginal tribes of Western Australia: [illust.]. pp. 28, 8vo.
Brisb., [1904].

Native tribes of Western Australia, pp. 3, 8vo. Phila., 1900.
(Bound together.)



ETHNOLOGY ; AUSTRALIA. 321

ROBERTSON, A. MILNE. Report upon certain peculiar habits and
customs of the aborigines of Western Australia, pp. 8, 8vo.
Perth, 1879.

Pam., v. 18, no. 343.*
Same : another copy.

Pam., v. 127, no. 2427.

WITHNELL, JOHN G. Customs and traditions of the aboriginal
natives of north-western Australia, pp. 37, i2mo. Roe-
bourne, 1901.

Pam., v. 38, no. 653.

572.9942. South Australia.

EYLMANN, ERHARD. Die Eingeborenen der Kolonie Siidaustra-

lien : illust. and map. la. 8vo. Berlin, 1908.

GASON, SAMUEL. The Dieyerie tribe of Australian aborigines :
[with vocabulary], pp. 51, 8vo. Adel., 1874.

Pam., v. 18, no. 333.

HALE, MATTHEW BLAGDEN, bishop of Brisbane. Aborigines of
Australia ; being an account of the institution for their educa-
tion at Poonindie, in South Australia. i2mo. Lond., [1889].
MATHEWS, ROBERT HAMILTON. Divisions of the South Austra-
lian aborigines: map. pp. 14. 8vo. Phila., 1900.
Phallic rites and initiation ceremonies of the South Australian
aborigines, pp. 17, 8vo. Phila., 1900.

Bound together.
XATIVE tribes of South Australia: [illust.]. 8vo. Adel., 1879.

Contents. Introduction : J. D. \Voods. The Narrinyeri : Rev.
George Taplin. The Adelaide tribe : Dr. Wyatt. The Encounter
Bay tribe : Rev. A. Meyer. The Port Lincoln tribe : Rev. C. W.
Schurmann. The Dieyerie tribe : S. Gason. Vocabulary of Woolner
district dialect (Northern Territory) : J. W. Ogilvie Bennett.

SMITH, Mrs. JAMES. Booandik tribe of South Australian abori-
gines ; a sketch of their habits, customs, legends, and lan-
guage. i2mo. Adel., 1880.

STRETTOX, WILLIAM GEORGE. Customs, rites, and superstitions
of the aboriginal tribes of the Gulf of Carpentaria, with a
vocabulary, pp. 27. 8vo. [Adel., 1893.]
Pam., v. 35, no. 583.

TAPLIN, Rev. GEORGE. The Narrinyeri ; an account of the tribes
of South Australian aborigines inhabiting the country around
the lakes Alexandrina. Albert, and Coorong, and the lower
part of the river Murray. 8vo. Adel., 1874.

TAPLIN, Rev. GEORGE, ed. Folklore, manners, customs, and lan-
guages of the South Australian aborigines : [illust.]. 8vo.
Adel., 1879.

WILLSHIRE, W. H. Aborigines of central Australia; with a
vocabulary of the dialect of the Alice Springs natives. , pp.
32, i2mo. Port Augusta, 1888.
Pam., v. 39, no. 669.

572.99421. Northern Territory.

BASEDOW, HERBERT. Anthropological notes on the western cen-
tral tribes of the Northern Territory of South Australia :
[19 plates], pp. 62, 8vo. Adel., 1906.

Pam., v. 147, no. 2849.
F.8720. L



322 ETHNOLOGY ; AUSTRALIA.

ETHERIDGE, ROBERT. On an unusual form of rush basket from
the Northern Territory: [plate], pp. 2, 8vo. Loncl.. 1894.
Pam., v. 103, no. 1891.

MATHEWS, ROBERT HAMILTON. Ethnological notes on the
aboriginal tribes of the Northern Territory, pp. 21, 8v<>.
Brisb., 1901.

Bound with his Divisions of the South Aust. aborigines, clas-s
57.:. 0042.

SPENCER, WALTER BALDWIN, and GILLEN, FRANCIS JAMES.
Native tribes of central Australia: [illust., maps, and
glossary]. 8vo. Loncl., 1899.
.Northern tribes of central Australia. 8vo. Loncl., 1904.



572.9943. Queensland.

ETHERIDGE, ROBERT. The game of teetotum as practised by
certain of the Queensland aboriginals : [plate], pp. 4, 8vo.
Lond., 1896.

Pam.. v. 103, no. 1892.

GUNN, Airs. JEANNIE. The little black princess; a true tale of
life in the never-never land : [illust.]. 8vo. Lond., 1905.

MATHEW, Rev. JOHN. Two representative tribes of Queensland,
with an inquiry concerning the origin of the Australian race :
introd. by A. H. Keane : map and 6 illust. 8vo. Lond.,
1910.

MATHEWS, ROBERT HAMILTON. Aboriginal rock pictures in

Queensland, pp. 2, 8vo. Phila., 1901.
Divisions of Queensland aborigines: map. pp. 9, 8vo. Phila.,

1898.
Language, organization, and initiation ceremonies of the Kogai

tribes, Queensland, pp. n, 8vo. Berlin, 1904.
The Murawarri and other Australian languages, pp. 17, 8vo.

Brisb., 1903.

The Toara ceremony of the Dippil tribes of Queensland, pp.
6, 8vo. Wash., 1900.

All the above bound together.

MESTON, ARCHIBALD. Queensland aboriginals; proposed system
for their improvement and preservation, pp. 35, 8vo. Brisb.,
1895.

Pam., v. 147, no. 2850.

ROTH, WALTER EDMUND. Ethnological studies among the north-
west-central Queensland aborigines: illust. 8vo. Brisb.,
* 1897.

North Queensland ethnography; bulletins 1-6. (Issued by the
Home secretary's department, Brisbane): [plates and illust.]-
fscp. fo. Brisb., 1901-03.

Contents. i. String and other forms of strand : buskttry-, woven
bag-, and net-work. 2. Structure of the Koko-Yimidir language.
3. Food, its search, capture, and preparation. 4. Games, sports, and
amusements. 5. Superstition, magic, and medicine. 6. Elementary
grammar of the Nggerikudi language, by the Rev. N. Hey ; rev.
and ed. bv W. E. Roth.



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AUSTRALIAN museum. Descriptive list of Australian aboriginal
weapons, implements, &c., from the Darling and Lachlan
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1887.

Pam., v. 147, no. 28:51.

CLARK, JOHN HEAVISIDE. Field sports, &c., of the native in-
habitants of New South Wales : 10 plates. 4to. Lond.,
1813.

FRASER, JOHN. The aborigines of New South Wales, pp. 41,
8vo. [Syd.], 1882.

Pam., v. 18, no. 344.

The aborigines of New South Wales : [map, illust., and appx.
on anthropometry]. 8vo. Syd., 1892.
Pam.. v. 18. no. 346.

HILL, RICHARD, and THORNTON, GEORGE. Notes on the abori-
gines of New South Wales, pp. 8, 8vo. Syd., 1892.

Pam., v. 18, no. 345.

HOWITT, ALFRED WILLIAM. Native tribes of south-east Aus-
tralia. 8vo. Lond., 1904.

HULL. WILLIAM. Remarks on the probable origin and antiquity of
the aboriginal natives of New South Wales : [with cave
drawings], pp. 40, 8vo. Melb., 1846.
Same: another copy,

Pam., v. 126, no. 2419.

MATHEWS, ROBERT HAMILTON. Australian class systems, pp.

3, 8vo. W T ash., 1897.

Australian rock carvings: plate, pp. 14, 8vo. Phila., 1897.
The Bunan ceremony of New South Wales: [plate], pp. 18,

8vo. Wash., 1896.
Gravures et peintures sur rochers par les aborigenes d'Australie;

[illust.]. pp. 8, 8vo. Paris, 1898.

The Gundungurra language, pp. 9, 8vo. Phila., 1901.
Initiation ceremonies of Australian tribes : map. pp. 19, 8vo.

Phila., 1898.
Initiation ceremonies of the Wiradjuri tribes : [plate], pp. 3,

8vo. Wash., 1901.
Langage des Kurnu, tribu d'indigenes de la Nouvelle Galles

du Sud. pp. 7, 8vo. Paris, n.d.
Le langage Wailwan. pp. 13, 8vo. Paris, n.d.
Languages of the New England aborigines, New South Wales.

pp. 15, 8vo. Phila., 1903.

The Murrawin ceremony, pp. 7, 8vo. Brisb., 1900.
Rock carvings of the Australian aborigines : plate, pp. 3, 8vo.

Brisb., 1899.

The Thoorga language, pp. 25, 8vo. Brisb., 1901.



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