Journal Articles


(1) Genealogy of Kwalba Strehlow Research Foundation Newsletters Numbers 6(1), 6(2), 6(4), 7(1) Request by Aborigines from Wallis Rockhole for genealogy of Kwalba, also known as Policeman Jack. Genealogy listed.
(2) Demography and Settlement Geography of the Rembrranga Tribe J. Brinke, Anthropologie, XVII 2-3, 1979 1. Baymili Native Settlement 2. Beswick Station 3. Mainoru Station 4. Maningrida Settlement 5. Moroak 6. Mountain Valley Stn. 7. Roper Valley Stn. 8. Roper River Settlement 9. Urapunga Stn. The list includes members of the Rembrranga Tribe (full blood: half-castes from Rembrranga and members of other tribes: members of other tribes with whom the Rembrranga are directly related) living in the permanent settlements (Native Settlements, cattle stations), whom we visited during our research between July and October, 1969.
(3) Growth, Physical Development and Body Characteristics of the Rembrranga M. Prokopec, Anthropologie, XVII/2-3, 1979 Contains named photographs that were taken in 1969.
(4) No. 1 - Introduction: Descriptive and Anthropomertic Observations in Central Australia Adelaide University Field Anthropology: Central Australia T.D. Campbell & C.J. Hackett, Transactions and Proceedings of the Royal Society of South Australia, Vol. LI, 1927
(5) No. 13 - Anthropometric Observations on South Australian Aborigines of the Diamantina and Cooper Creek Regions Adelaide University Field Anthropology: Central Australia F.J. Fenner, Transactions and Proceedings of the Royal Society of South Australia, Vol. LX, 1936
(6) No. 7 - Physiological and Psychological Observations at Hermannsburg Mission Adelaide University Field Anthropology: Central Australia H.K. Fry, Transactions and Proceedings of the Royal Society of South Australia, Vol. LIV, 1930
(7) Notes on the Arranda Tribe Journal and Proceedings of the Royal Society of New South Wales R H Mathews, Volume XLI, 1907, pages 146 - 163
(8) Notes on Some Aboriginal Tribes Journal and Proceedings of the Royal Society of New South Wales R H Mathews, Volume XLI, 1907, pages 67 - 87
(9) The Sociology of the Arranda and Chingalee Tribes (Northern Territory, Australia) Folklore R H Mathews, Volume XIX, Pages 99 - 103, 1908
(10) Extracts from some Figures in Blankets, Brass Tags and Bungalows IUSSP XXVth International Population Conference Session 1009 Demography, Human Rights and Ethics Tours, France 20 July 2005 Blankets, Brass Tags and Bungalows: The Role of Population Data Systems in Historical Aboriginal Affairs in Northern Territory, Australia (Draft) Ellen Percy Kraly, Department of Geography, Colgate University
(11) A Sociological Study of the Aborigines in the Northern Territory of Australia and Their Eye Diseases Medical Journal of Australia Volume 1, Number 4, 1946 Michael Schneider, Major, Army Medical Corps
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