Peramangk

Archival Resources

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  • NOTE: Norman Tindale claims to have recorded a small amount of the Peramangk language, which is now kept in the South Australian Museum, however most of what he recorded is likely to be, in fact, other languages. At most, there are probably only a few place names in Tindale’s recordings that are from the Peramangk language [(Amery, personal communication, 2005).]

  • TINDALE, Norman B. (Norman Barnett), (1900-1993). c.1931 - c.1991 ‘Vocabulary: S.E. of S.Aust., A-Ko.’ [[Held in the South Australian Museum. Identifier: AA 338/7/1/18.] [Annotation: Contains language entries labelled ‘Peramangk’, but likely to be other languages.]]

  • TINDALE, Norman B. (Norman Barnett). c.1924 - c.1991 ‘Place Names: S.E. of S.Australia for Geo Names Board, Adelaide.’ [[Held in the South Australian Museum. Identifier: AA 338/7/1/43.] [Annotation: This seems to be the most reliable source, taken from speakers of other languages with some knowledge of Peramangk placenames.]]

  • 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: Contains language entries labelled ‘Peramangk’, but likely to be other languages.]]

  • TINDALE, Norman B. (Norman Barnett). 1931 - c.1991 ‘English of S.E. of S.A. Vocabularies.’ [[Held in the South Australian Museum. Identifier: AA 338/7/1/21.] [Annotation: Contains language entries labelled ‘Peramangk’, but likely to be other languages.]]