Yawarawarka

Archival Resources

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  • AISTON, George. 1929. Magic stone of the tribes east and north-east of Lake Eyre. Royal Society of Tasmania -- Papers & Proceedings: 47-50. VIEW HERE [[Includes song with translation] [This material is available at the State Library of South Australia, Barr Smith and other libraries in Adelaide.]]

  • AUSTIN, Peter Kenneth. 1990. Classification of Lake Eyre languages. In La Trobe Working Papers in Linguistics 3: pp. 171-201. DOWNLOAD HERE [[This material is available at the State Library of South Australia, Barr Smith and other libraries in Adelaide.]]

  • BECKETT, Jeremy, (1931-). 1964. Songs and dialogue from Wilcannia, NSW in 1964. AIATSIS sound collection. [Archive Tape No.: 00627. Field tape number: 3-4. [Songs performed by George Dutton; narrative by George Dutton; dialogue by George Dutton and Len Curwen in Yaraworga; dialogue by George Dutton and Dougal MacFarlane in Wiljali; songs performed by George Dutton and Gordon Mitchell; discussion by Dave Harris and Lance Johnson.]]

  • BREEN, Gavan. 1967. Yawarawarka material. Molesworth, Innamincka, Birdsville, Melbourne. AIATSIS print collection. [[Electronic access: Click here for electronic access to finding aid: ]http://www.aiatsis.gov.au/lbry/ms/finding_aid/MS118.PDF]]

  • BREEN, Gavan. 1967. [Yawarawarga and Bundhamara language elicitation]. AIATSIS sound collection. [Archive Tape No.: 00609. Field tape 12, side 2 and 13. Performer/Speaker: Hector Harrison, Topsy Parker; Place recorded: Molesworth, Quilpie.]

  • BREEN, Gavan. 1967. [Yawarawarga and Ngamini language elicitation]. AIATSIS sound collection. [Archive Tape No.: 00614. Field tape 23. Performer/Speaker: Alfie Harrison [also known as Alfie Harris]; Place recorded: Birdsville.]

  • BREEN, Gavan. 1967. Bundhamara and Yawarawarga language elicitation. AIATSIS sound collection. [Archive Tape No.: 00608. Field tape 12. Performer/Speaker: Charlie McDonald, Hector Harrison; Place recorded: Yellow Water Hole, Molesworth.]

  • BREEN, Gavan. 1971. Aboriginal languages of western Queensland, (preliminary version). Linguistic Communications 5: pp.1-88. [Contains 100 word list]. [[This material is available at the State Library of South Australia, Barr Smith and other libraries in Adelaide.]]

  • CONDON, H. T. (Herbert Thomas). 1955. Aboriginal bird names - South Australia, pt 1 & 2. South Australian Ornithologist 21,6/7: pp.74-88;21, 8: pp.91-8. [[Annotation: Bird names in Aranda, Pitjantjatjara, Gugada, Antakarinya, Mirning, Wirangu, Yankunytjatjara, Wailbi, Wiljagali, Narangga, Kaurna, Ngadjuri, Bungandidj, Yawarawarga, Potaruwutj, Narrinyeri, Kujani, Yadliyawarra, Parnkala, Warki, Arabana, Dieri, Wangganguru, Ngamini, Nawu, Ngayawung, Nugunu & Ngalea. The wordlists have been taken from various other sources.] [This material is available at the State Library of South Australia and other libraries.]]

  • CORNISH, W. H. & SALMON, H. G. 1886. Coopers Creek to the eastward of its branch: also Koongi Lake. In Curr, E.M. The Australian race: its origin, languages, customs, place of landing in Australia and the routes by which it spread itself over that continent. Melbourne. Government Printer: Vol. 2, pp.24-29. VIEW HERE [[Cooper’s Creek may contain some Yanduwandha] [This material is available at the State Library of South Australia, Barr Smith and other libraries in Adelaide.]]

  • FRASER, A. 1897. Vocabulary of Mulligan River (Yarrawurka). Australasian Anthropological Journal 1,6: p.123. []

  • HOWITT, A. W. (Alfred William), (1830-1908). 1902. Legends. Papers, Box 7, folder 3, paper 11, dated Sept. 24, 1901; 7p. AIATSIS print collection. [[Nguru-tulu-tuluru & his stealing of the grindstone (Yaurorka)].]

  • HOWITT, A.W. (Alfred William). 1904. Native tribes of south-east Australia. London: Macmillan (republished 1996 by Aboriginal Studies Press), p.92-94, 802-803. VIEW HERE [[Be careful – some words, including in the text may be Ngamini or Diyari.] [This material is available at the State Library of South Australia, Barr Smith and other libraries in Adelaide.]]

  • REUTHER, J. G. (Johann Georg),(1861-1914). 1981. The Diari / translated by the Reverend Phillip A. Scherer (with v.5, Three central Australian grammars -Diari, Jandruwanta, Wonkanjuru, by J.G. Reuther, translated by T. Schwarzschild and L.A. Hercus: edited by L.A. Hercus and J. G. Breen. Additional notes on the Diari by P. Austin). Canberra: Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies. [[Physical descrip: 13 v. on 49 sheets of microfiche] [This material is available at the State Library of South Australia, Barr Smith and other libraries in Adelaide.]]

  • REUTHER, J.G. n.d. 379 Reuther comparative 7 [[Jendruwonta; Wonkaranta- Reuther JW; Ngaumeni; Tirari- Reuther NT; Wonkarabana; Jauraworka -Reuther WJ; Wonkanguru; Kujani -Reuther WK] [Vocabulary: 16 files, 1332 kB, ~1740 entries] [ASEDA]]

  • TINDALE, Norman B. (Norman Barnett), (1900-1993). 1934. Recording at Diamantina River, Central Australia, 1934. Jawurawalka tribe. [Wax cylinder (Edison). [Held at the South Australian Museum.] ]

  • TINDALE, Norman B. (Norman Barnett). 1934. Journal of the Anthropological Expedition to the Diamantina, North-East of South Australia, August 1934. [[ Held at SA Museum. Identifier: AA 338/1/12.]]

  • TREFRY, David. 1965 – 1967. Yandruwanda, Dieri, and Yauraworga language elicitation, SA. AIATSIS sound collection. [Archive Nos.: 00653 – 00659. Field tape numbers: FT 1- 28.]

  • WIMBERLEY, COLIN C. 1899. Letter to editor (Yarrawoorka). Science of Man 2, 4; May 22, 1899, pp.68-70 [[Approx. 82 words]. ]