Adnyamathanha

Archival Resources

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  • ANON. c.1970s. Port Augusta, S. Aust.: Aboriginal Resource Centre. Adnamatana reader 1. [Adnyamathanha finderlist. Series Title: Aboriginal Studies R-12 / South Australia. Education Dept..]

  • ANON. 1977. Adnamatna yura language tape picture book 1 nawala Port Augusta, S. Aust.: Aboriginal Resource Centre, Port Augusta. [[AIATSIS print collection.]]

  • ANON. 1983. Plants used by the Adnjamathanha. Red Gum 7, 1. [[Latin and Adnyamathanha names for plants in Flinders Ranges used by Aborigines.] [AIATSIS print collection.]]

  • AUSTIN, Peter Kenneth. 1973-1974. Language elicitation recordings (many similar items are available in the AIATSIS collection) [AIATSIS sound collection. Archive Nos.: 02975 - 02980. Field tape number(s): Dieri 1-7, Gamilray 1, Adnjamadana 1, New England 1. ]

  • AUSTIN, Peter Kenneth. 1977. Adelaide.A dictionary of the Adnyamathana language [AIATSIS m.s.]

  • AUSTIN, Peter Kenneth. 1975. Language elicitation and mission songs. AIATSIS sound collection. [Archive Nos.: 03424 - 03428. Field tape number(s): Dieri 15-20, Adn 2. [Recorded in part at Farina, SA.]]

  • AUSTIN, Peter Kenneth. 1975. Language elicitation, narratives, conversations and stories. AIATSIS sound collection. [Archive Nos.: 04000 - 04003; 06112. Field tape number(s): D31-D35. [Recorded in part at Farina, SA.]]

  • BREEN, Gavan. 1967. Adjnjamatana. Mt. Copeley, S.A. [AIATSIS m.s.]

  • BREEN, Gavan. 1967. Adnyamathanha language elicitation. AIATSIS sound collection. Archive Tape No.: 00604. Field tape 3. [[General Note: Donald Johnson calls his language Jandali and Charlie Phillips identifies it as Walpi/Wailbi; in PMS 244 it is identified as Adnyamathanha]. [Performer/Speaker: Donald Johnson; Place recorded: Bourke.]]

  • BREEN, Gavan. 1967. Adnyamathanha language elicitation. AIATSIS sound collection. [Archive Tape No.: 00612. Field tape 20. [Performer/Speaker: Archie McKenzie, Bill McKenzie, Graeme Johnson; Place recorded: Birdsville Track.] ]

  • BREEN, Gavan. 1967. Adnyamathanha, Ngamini and Wangganguru language elicitation. AIATSIS sound collection. [Archive Tape No.: 00613. Field tapes 20, side 2 and 21. [Performer/Speaker: Graeme Johnson, Maudie Naylon, Bob Naylon, Alice Lane; Place recorded: Birdsville.] ]

  • BREEN, John Gavan. 1967. Language elicitation and songs from western Queensland, northern NSW and the Birdsville Track, SA. AIATSIS sound collection. [Archive Nos.: 00603 - 00619. Field tape numbers: 1-34. ]

  • CLELAND, John Burton & JOHNSTON, T. Harvey. 1939. Aboriginal names and uses of plants in northern Flinders Ranges. Transactions of the Royal Society of South Australia 63, 2: pp 172-179. [This material is available at the State Library of South Australia, Barr Smith and other libraries in Adelaide.] VIEW HERE []

  • COULTHARD, A. & SCHEBECK, B.1987. Texts about some myths and rituals of the Adnyamathanha people. Bundoora, Vic. [[Access: Closed access - AIATSIS Library Director's permission.]]

  • COULTHARD, Andrew & SCHEBECK, B. 1986. Boning a white man: Atynyamatana story (many similar items are available in the State Library's collection) [In Hercus, L.A.; Sutton, P.J (eds). This is what happened; historical narratives by Aborigines - Canberra; Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies: pp 217-25. [This material is available at the State Library of South Australia, Barr Smith and other libraries]

  • COULTHARD, Andrew & SCHEBECK, B. 1986. Boning each other: Atynyamatana story. [In Hercus, L.A.; Sutton, P.J (eds). This is what happened; historical narratives by Aborigines - Canberra; Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies: pp 227-31. [This material is available at the State Library of South Australia, Barr Smith and other libraries in Adelaide.]]

  • COULTHARD, Andrew & SCHEBECK, Bernhard. 1986. Texts on the culture and the history of the Adnyamathanha people. Bundoora, Vic.. [AIATSIS m.s]

  • COULTHARD, Clem & COULTHARD, Terrence. c.1998. Awi Irta: An Adnyamathanha Dreaming Story (The Story of the Red Breast Robin). Adelaide, SA: Anglican Education Centre . [[This material available at the Languages and Multicultural Resource Centre (LMRC).]]

  • DAVIS, Christine. 1980, 1986. The Flinders Range: an Aboriginal view [compiled by Christine Davis, Clifford Coulthard and Desmond Coulthard prepared by Christopher Nance and Craig Hoskyns. Revised edition. Adelaide: Aboriginal Heritage Branch, Department of Environment and Planning. [Includes word list and text].]

  • DECS. 2004. Adnyamathanha years R to 10: a teaching framework for revival and second language learning in years reception to ten. Adelaide. Dept. of Education and Children's Services. [[This material is available at the State Library of South Australia and other libraries in Adelaide.]]

  • DECS/ Adnyamathanha Community. 2005. Adnyamathanha CD-Rom Adelaide. Department of Education and Children’s Services. []

  • DECS/ Adnyamathanha Community. 2005. Adnyamathanha Handbook. Adelaide: Department of Education and Children’s Services. []

  • EDUCATION DEPT. OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA. 1988. Urrakurli, Wakarla and Wildu : an Adnyamathanha Dreaming story : Years R-3. Adelaide. Education Dept. of South Australia. (Aboriginal Studies R-12 / South Australia. Education Dept.) [[Annotation: Contains a brief word list].]

  • EDUCATION DEPT. OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA. 1992. Adnyamathanha Yarta Nakuntha: To look after Adnyamathanhna land. (Video) Adelaide. Education Department of South Australia. []

  • GREGORY, Geoffrey C. 1964. Adnyamathana language elicitation from Leigh Creek, SA. AIATSIS sound collection. Archive Tape No.: 00899. Field tape number 1. [[Access: Restricted - work in progress.] [Performer/Speaker: Andy Coulthard; Place recorded: Leigh Creek, SA.]]

  • GREGORY, Geoffrey C. 1964. Language elicitation from Leigh Creek, SA, continued. [with Andy Coulthard]. AIATSIS sound collection. [Archive No: 00899. Field tape number 2.]

  • GREGORY, Geoffrey C. 1964. Language elicitation from northwest South Australia. AIATSIS sound collection. [Archive Nos.: 00899 - 00900. Field tape number(s): 1-3. [Adnyamathanha and Yandruwandha language elicitation with Bob Parker and Andy Coulthard.]]

  • HERCUS, L. A. (Luise Anna), (1926-). 1965 - 1982. Language elicitation, cultural narratives and songs from SA, NSW and southwest QLD. AIATSIS sound collection. [Archive Nos.: 09889 - 10051. Field tape number(s): 13-14, 17, 58-60, 62, 67-69, 76, 78-79, 81-85, 101-103, 108-112, 115-119, 121-129, 144-153, 155, 157, 177, 179-181, 192-193, 217-218, 220, 233, 241-252, 260, 270-273, 289-296, 298, 315-316, 343-344, 710, 729-730, 732, 819, 821-827, 851-858. [Language elicitation, songs and cultural discussions with Mick McLean, Jack Long, Toby Mason, Alice Oldfield, Topsie McLean, Maudie Lennie, Jimmy Russell, Tom Naylon, Maudie Naylon, Bob Naylon, Barnie Coffin]

  • HERCUS, L. A. (Luise Anna). 1967-1968. Language elicitation and songs from various parts of Australia. AIATSIS sound collection. [Archive Nos.: 01063 - 01064. Field tape number(s): 48-50, 177-178. ]

  • HERCUS, L. A. (Luise Anna). 1969. Language elicitation, songs and narratives. AIATSIS sound collection. [Archive Nos.: 01747 - 01750. Field tape number(s): 289 - 295.]

  • HERCUS, L. A. (Luise Anna). 1970-1972. Discussions and language material from Western NSW and areas between Port Augusta and Maree. AIATSIS sound collection. [Archive Nos.: 02349 - 02388. Field tape number(s): 349 - 426. ]

  • HERCUS, L. A. (Luise Anna). 1971-1972. Stories and language material. AIATSIS sound collection. [Archive Nos.: 02550 - 02567. Field tape number(s): 427 - 462.]

  • HERCUS, L. A. (Luise Anna). 1972. Stories and language elicitation. AIATSIS sound collection. [Archive Nos.: 02617 - 02642. Field tape number(s): 463-79, 481-87, 490-512.]

  • HERCUS, L. A. (Luise Anna). 1973. Language and stories from Wilcannia area and country between Port Augusta and Maree. AIATSIS sound collection. [Archive Nos.: 03073 - 03079. FT Nos 556-569.]

  • HERCUS, L. A. (Luise Anna). 1973. Language elicitation and stories from Pt. Augusta, Marree, and Farina areas, SA. AIATSIS sound collection. [Archive Nos.: 03051 - 03060. Field tape numbers: 538 - 555.]

  • HERCUS, L. A. (Luise Anna). 1973-1974. Stories from Western NSW and between Port Augusta and Maree, SA. AIATSIS sound collection. [Archive Nos.: 03120 - 03155. FT Nos 570-641.]

  • HERCUS, L. A. (Luise Anna), & WHITE, I.M. 1973. Perception of kinship structure reflected in the Adnjamathanha pronouns. In Pacific Linguistics Series A-36; pp47-72. Papers in Australian Linguistics, no. 6. [[This material is available at the State Library of South Australia, Barr Smith and other libraries in Adelaide.]]

  • MCENTEE, J. 1976. Pronunciation guide to the Adnamatana language. [Erudina Station]: [[This material is available at the State Library of South Australia.]]

  • MCENTEE, J. 1982. Adnamatana vocabulary. Yunta, SA c.400 words. AIATSIS print collection. []

  • MCENTEE, J. 1986. Witi-ita-nanalpila : plants and birds of the northern Ranges and adjacent plains with Aboriginal names / written by John C. McEntee with Pearl and John McKenzie S. Aust. [[This material is available at the State Library of South Australia, Barr Smith and other libraries in Adelaide.]]

  • MCENTEE, John C. 1991. Lake Frome (South Australia) Aboriginal Trails. Transactions of the Royal Society of South Australia 115,4: pp199-205. VIEW HERE [[This material is available at the State Library of South Australia, Barr Smith and other libraries in Adelaide.]]

  • MCENTEE, J & MCKENZIE, P. 1988. Anthropods of the northern Flinders Ranges and adjacent plains with Aboriginal names. South Australia: the authors. [[This material is available at the State Library of South Australia, Barr Smith and other libraries in Adelaide.]]

  • MCENTEE, J. & MCKENZIE, P. 1992. Adna-mat-na English Dictionary Adelaide, SA. [self-published]. [[This material is available at the State Library of South Australia, Barr Smith and other libraries in Adelaide.]]

  • MCKENZIE, B. c. 1980s Yura Udi : songs of Buck McKenzie / songs composed and performed by Buck McKenzie Adelaide. Education Dept. of South Australia, [sound cassette.]

  • MCKENZIE, B. 1995. Yakarti songs Enfield, S.A.: DECS, Aboriginal Education Unit. []

  • MENNING, K. 1981. Sourcebook for central Australian languages / edited by David Nash. Alice Springs, NT: Institute for Aboriginal Development. AIATSIS books [150 words.] []

  • MOUNTFORD, Charles P. (Charles Pearcy), (1890-1976). n.d. The Anjamatana tribe. Quarto size loose-leaf folder unpaged, plan for proposed book - not fully written up. AIATSIS collection. []

  • MOUNTFORD, Charles P. (Charles Pearcy). n.d Journals. Adnyamathanha., Journals, volumes 8,22 & 29. [ Mountford-Sheard collection, State Library of South Australia.] [Words scattered throughout English text. These journals contain restricted information, and therefore you will need written permission from the Adnyamathanha community to access it. Restricted information not viewed by compiler.] []

  • MOUNTFORD, Charles P. (Charles Pearcy). n.d. Vocabulary of the Anjamatana tribe. [Annotation: Approximately 800 words alphabetically filed on cards.] AIATSIS print collection. []

  • MOUNTFORD, Charles P. (Charles Pearcy). 1938-1963. [Sound – mostly songs Disc 1 (Side 1Adnyamathanha/2 Adnyamathanha); Disc 4 (Side 7 Adnyamathanha , Arabana/8 Adnyamathanha); Disc 5 (Side 10Wilpena Pound); Disc 6 (Side 12 Adnyamathanha); Disc 7 (Side 13 Adnyamathanha /14 Adnyamathanha); Disc 8 (Side 15 Adnyamathanha /16 Adnyamathanha); Disc 9 (Side 17 Adnyamathanha /18Yanruwandha tribe, Yadliyawara country Adnyamathanha); Disc 11 (Side 21 Adnyamathanha /22 Adnyamathanha); Disc 12 (Side 23 Adnyamathanha); Disc 13 (Side 25 Adnyamathanha /26 Adnya]

  • O'GRADY, Geoffrey N. 1967. Language elicitation. AIATSIS sound collection. Archive Tape No.: 00688. Field tape OG102. [[Performer/Speaker: Malcolm [McKenzie]; Place recorded: Port Augusta, SA.]]

  • O’GRADY, Geoffrey N. 1967. Adnyamathanha Wailpi. m.s. [[Annotation: Vocabulary list of several hundred words.] [Location unknown.]]

  • O'GRADY, Geoffrey N. 1967. Language elicitation from Port Augusta, SA. AIATSIS sound collection. Archive Tape No.: 00687. Field tape OG101. [[Performer/Speaker: Malcolm McKenzie; Place recorded: Port Augusta, SA.]]

  • O'GRADY, Geoffrey N. 64 Adnyamathanha wordlist [[Vocabulary: 1 file, 14 kB, 39 entries] [ASEDA]]

  • PEDLER, Rosemary. 1994. Wildflowers of the Northern Flinders Ranges. Koolunga: The author. [[Available in Port Augusta or contact the author at PO Box 58, Koolunga 5464, self-published, Wadlata Tourist Centre.]]

  • ROSS B. 1989. Minerawuta, Ram Paddock Gate: an historic Adnyamathanha settlement in the Flinders Ranges, South Australia. Adelaide. Aboriginal Heritage Branch, Dept. of Environment and Planning. AIATSIS pamphlets [[Annotation: Includes glossary of terms.]]

  • SCHEBECK, B. (Bernhard). n.d. Transcriptions of parts of A.I.A.S. [tapes A637, 640, 641: Adnjamadana.]

  • SCHEBECK, B. (Bernhard). n.d. Language elicitation and songs from Yirrkala and SA. AIATSIS collection. [Field tape number(s): 2-11,13-15,22,28,36-38,40-43, 45-6,51-53,80-81,91-92 1-10(Jandruwanta-At.). Archive Nos.: 00010 - 00033.]

  • SCHEBECK, B. (Bernhard). 1965. Adnyamathana language elicitation. AIATSIS sound collection. Archive Tape No.: 00026. Field tape 2. [[Access: Restricted - personal material.] [Performer/Speaker: Andy Coulthard; Place recorded: Leigh Creek.]]

  • SCHEBECK, B. (Bernhard). 1965. Adnyamathana texts. AIATSIS sound collection. Archive Tape No.: 00027. Field tape 4. [[Access: Restricted - personal material.] [Performer/Speaker: Andy Coulthard, Dan Coulthard, Henry Wilton; Place recorded: Leigh Creek.]]

  • SCHEBECK, B. (Bernhard). 1965. Conversations and narratives in Adnyamathana. AIATSIS sound collection. [Archive Tape No.: 00031. Field tape 12. [Access: Restricted - personal material.] [Performer/Speaker: Henry Wilton, May Wilton; Place recorded: Beltana.]]

  • SCHEBECK, B. (Bernhard). 1965. Conversations in Adnyamathana. AIATSIS sound collection. Archive Tape No.: 00032. Field tape 13. [[Access: Restricted - personal material.] [Performer/Speaker: Henry Wilton, May Wilton; Place recorded: Beltana.]]

  • SCHEBECK, B. (Bernhard). 1965. Conversations in Adnyamathana. AIATSIS sound collection. Archive Tape No.: 00032. Field tape 14. [[Access: Restricted - personal material.] [Performer/Speaker: Henry Wilton, May Wilton; Place recorded: Beltana.] ]

  • SCHEBECK, B. (Bernhard). 1965. Conversations in Adnyamathana. AIATSIS sound collection. Archive Tape No.: 00033. Field tape 15. [[Access: Restricted - personal material.] [Performer/Speaker: Henry Wilton, May Wilton; Place recorded: Beltana.]]

  • SCHEBECK, B. (Bernhard). 1965. Conversations in Adnyamathana. AIATSIS sound collection. Archive Tape No.: 00033. Field tape 16. [[Access: Restricted - personal material.] [Performer/Speaker: Henry Wilton, May Wilton, Willy Gilbert; Place recorded: Beltana.]]

  • SCHEBECK, B. (Bernhard). 1965 – 1966. Narratives, cultural discussions and songs from S.A. and Darwin areas. AIATSIS sound collection. [Archive Nos.: 00633 – 00650. Field tape number(s): 17-35,Bd a-e, MA 1-7,GA 1-3, MK Songs 1-2, Rr 1-4. [Annotation: Conversations, songs, place names and narratives in Adnyamathanha, Wangganguru, Aranda and neighbouring languages; oral histories and reminiscences from the Yirrkala, Goulburn Island and Croker Island areas.]]

  • SCHEBECK, B. (Bernhard). 1967. Adnyamathanha language texts. AIATSIS collection. [Archive Nos.: 09223. Field tape number(s): Master copy.]

  • SCHEBECK, Bernard. 1972. Les systemes phonologiques des langues australiennes. Paris, [(Ph.D. Thesis – L’Universite Rene Descartes).]

  • SCHEBECK, Bernhard. 1973. The Adnjamathanha personal pronoun and the “Wailpi kinship system”. Papers in Australian Linguistics 6. (PL A-36) Canberra: Pacific Linguistics. 1-45 (Review Oceania 47 by Sutton). [[This material is available at the State Library of South Australia, Barr Smith and other libraries in Adelaide.]]

  • SCHEBECK, Bernhard. 1974. Texts on the Social System of the Atynyamatana People with Grammatical Notes. Canberra. Pacific Linguistics, Series D 21. [[This material is available at the State Library of South Australia, Barr Smith and other libraries in Adelaide.]]

  • SCHEBECK, Bernhard.1976. Atjnjamathanha. In Dixon, R.M.W. ed. Grammatical Categories in Australian Languages. Canberra: AIAS. pp 516-550. [[This material is available at the State Library of South Australia and other libraries in Adelaide.]]

  • SCHEBECK, B. (Bernhard) 1987. Adnyamathanha-English dictionary and English - Adnyamathanha finderlist. Bundoora, Vic. AIATSIS m.s. []

  • SCHEBECK, B. (Bernhard). 1998. Yura Combined Dictionary. Port Augusta, unpublished. []

  • SCHEBECK, B. (Bernhard). 2000. An Atnyamathanha-English “Research Dictionary”. Unpublished. Version 0.02 [[Port Augusta]: The author [2529 head entries]. [This material available at the Languages and Multicultural Resource Centre (LMRC).]]

  • SCHEBECK, B. (Bernhard). 2002. Some Remarks on Placenames in the Flinders. VIEW HERE [In Hercus, Luise; Hodges, Flavia & Simpson, Jane (eds). 2002. The Land is a Map-placenames of Indigenous origin in Australia. Canberra: Pandanus Books in association with Pacific Linguistics: pp 140-153. [This material is available at the State Library of South Australia, Barr Smith and other libraries in Adelaide.]]

  • SCHEBECK, B. (Bernhard). 2002. An English-Atnyamathanha Finderlist. [[Based on An Atnyamathanha-English “Research Dictionary”.] Unpublished, Melbourne.]

  • SCHEPS, Birgit. 1989. Recordings of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander music in Canberra at Floriade and at the National Gallery; songs and speech recorded at first International Indigenous Women's Conference in Adelaide. [Field tape numbers: 1 - 4; Not yet archived.]

  • TUNBRIDGE, Dorothy. 1980, 1992. Why translate into dying languages. Bible Society of Australia annual translation department lecture (1980). Zadok perspectives – no37 (April 1992). AIATSIS print collection. []

  • TUNBRIDGE, Dorothy. 1985. Language as heritage: flora in place names: a record of survival in the Gammon Ranges. Journal of the Anthropological Society of South Australia 23,8: pp 3-15. VIEW HERE [[This material is available at the State Library of South Australia, Barr Smith and other libraries in Adelaide.]]

  • TUNBRIDGE, D .1985 Language as heritage: artefacts of the Flinders Ranges. Anthropological Society of South Australia Journal 23,4: pp 7-12. VIEW HERE [[This material is available at the State Library of South Australia, Barr Smith and other libraries in Adelaide.]]

  • TUNBRIDGE, Dorothy. 1985. Language as heritage: vityurna (dried meat) and other stored food among the Adnyamathanha. Anthropological Society of South Australia Journal 23,7: pp 10- 15. VIEW HERE [[This material is available at the State Library of South Australia, Barr Smith and other libraries in Adelaide.]]

  • TUNBRIDGE, D. 1987. Aboriginal place names. Australian Aboriginal Studies 2: pp. 2-13. [[This material is available at the State Library of South Australia.]]

  • TUNBRIDGE, Dorothy. 1988. Affixes of motion and direction in Adnyamathanha. In Complex sentence constructions in Australian languages / edited by Peter Austin - Amsterdam; John Benjamins: pp 267-283. [[This material is available at the State Library of South Australia, Barr Smith and other libraries in Adelaide.]]

  • TUNBRIDGE, Dorothy. 1988. Flinders Ranges Dreaming. Canberra: Aboriginal Studies Press. [[This material is available at the State Library of South Australia, Barr Smith and other libraries in Adelaide.]]

  • TUNBRIDGE, Dorothy. 1990. Flinders Ranges Dreaming sites record. Prepared for deposit in the records of the Nepabunna Aboriginal School, Aboriginal Heritage Branch SA, Geographical Names Board SA and the Australian Heritage Commission as an archival resource. AIATSIS print collection. [[Annotation: Site record of the 290 place references in D. TUNBRIDGE, D. 1988, Flinders Ranges Dreaming giving English and Yura Ngawarla names, location, associated myths, ownership, condition and recommendations for management.]]

  • TUNBRIDGE, D. 1991. The story of the Flinders Ranges mammals / Dorothy Tunbridge in association with the Nepabunna Aboriginal School : photographs by Ian Morris, Ray and Anne Williams, Allan Fox and others : illustrations and maps by Allan Fox and Lynch Ryan. Kenthurst, N.S.W.: Kangaroo Press. (1992 Habitat Australia 20,3: pp 26-29, 31). [[Annotation: Using Adnyamathanha linguistic and cultural evidence, reconstructs the list of mammals in the Flinders Ranges] [This material is available at the State Library of South Australia, Barr Smith and other libraries in Adelaide.]]

  • TUNBRIDGE, Dorothy. 1991. This language is the heritage of our children. NAATI News 4,2: p 6. AIATSIS print collection. []

  • TUNBRIDGE, Dorothy. 1996. Mammals of the dreaming: an historical ethnomammalogy of the Flinders Ranges. [PhD dissertation, University of Canberra. [Annotation: linguistic content.] ]

  • TUNBRIDGE, Dorothy & COULTHARD, Annie. 1985 Artefacts of the Flinders Ranges: an illustrated dictionary of artefacts used by the Adnyamathanha. Illus. S. Hatch. Port Augusta, SA: Pipa Wangka. []

  • WARREN, Chris, et. al. c.1980. Chris Warren’s notes of Adnyamathanha language lessons. [[Unpublished, handwritten notes. Port Augusta.]]

  • WENTWORTH, W. C. (William Charles), (1907-2003). 1964. Language elicitation and songs. AIATSIS sound collection. [Archive Nos.: 14006. Field tape number(s): WENTWORTH FT 1-1; [Annotation: William C. Wentworth elicits information on names of speakers of various languages; elicitation of body parts and other word lists; children’s songs. Recorded in part at Nepabunna, SA.]]

  • WHITE, Isobel (Isobel M.). Adnjamathana and Wangganguru kinship discussion, personal history, women's restricted ceremonial singing, language elicitation, cultural discussions. AIATSIS sound collection. Archive Nos.: 03029 – 03050. Field tape number(s): 69/3 - 4, 70/1 - 17. [[Access: Restricted- ceremonial, gender specific material.] amathanha. Anthropological Society of South Australia Journal 23,7: pp 10- 15. [This material is available at the State Library of South Australia, Barr Smith and other libraries in Adelaide.]]