Ngarkat

Archival Resources

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  • NOTE: According to R.M.W.Dixon, there are no known vocabularies for this language. []

  • HUMPHRIES, Police Trooper. 1879. The Tatiara and south-eastern tribes. In Taplin, G. - The Folklore, Manners, Customs, and Languages of the South Australian Aborigines , 1879; pp.57-58. VIEW HERE [[Three words from Yilgoonin from the Jackegilbrab group & Nalunghee language] [This material is available at the State Library of South Australia, Barr Smith and other libraries in Adelaide.]]

  • KIMBER, R.G. (Richard Glyn).1969. Ngarkat: an extinct tribe of Mallee Aborigines. Anthropological Society of South Australia – Journal 7, 6: pp.2-5. [at the State Library of South Australia (need to request it and then read it in the Reading Room).]]

  • LATHAM, R. G. (Robert Gordon),(1812-1888). 1852. Remarks on the vocabularies of the voyage of the Rattlesnake. In Macgillivray, J. - Narrative of the voyage of H.M.S. Rattlesnake, v.2, 1852; p.344. [[Two words] [This material is available at the State Library of South Australia, Barr Smith and other libraries in Adelaide.]]

  • TINDALE, Norman B. (Norman Barnett), (1900-1993). 1899 - 1973, 1899, 1927 - 1973 (with gaps]. ’Murray River Notes.’ Held in the South Australian Museum. Identifier: AA 338/2/63/1-2 [[Annotation: Labelled ‘Bob McKinley Ngarkat Tr. Vocabulary. NB. Tindale. odd notes and sections'. Contains handwritten notes. Includes rough notes for Maraura, Jaralde and Ngarket vocabularies.]]

  • TINDALE, Norman B. (Norman Barnett). c.1931 - c.1991. ’Vocabularies M-P.’ Held in the South Australian Museum. Identifier: AA 338/7/1/19 [[Annotation: Includes a small number of cards labelled “Ngarkat’, language content unknown.]]

  • TINDALE, Norman B. (Norman Barnett). 1931 - c.1991. ’Vocabulary: Tangane.’ Held in the South Australian Museum. Identifier: AA 338/7/1/23 [[Annotation: Includes occasional Ngarkat entries, language content unknown.]]

  • TINDALE, Norman B. (Norman Barnett). 1931 - c.1991. ’Vocabularies: Potaruwutj.’ [Held in the South Australian Museum. Identifier: AA 338/7/1/16 [Annotation: Includes a small number of cards labelled “Ngarkat’, language content unknown.]]