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by Gary Presland

Category: Social Sciences
Subcategory: Political books
Author: Gary Presland
ISBN: 0869143468
ISBN13: 978-0869143469
Language: English
Publisher: Viking Penguin (2001)
Pages: 157
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This book describes in some detail the archeological evidence regarding aboriginal life, culture, food gathering and land management, particularly the period from the flooding of Bass strait and Port Phillip from about 7-10,000 years ago up to the European colonisation in the nineteenth century. Meyer Eidelson, The Melbourne Dreaming. A Guide to the Aboriginal Places of Melbourne, pp8-9, Aboriginal Studies Press, Canberra, 1997.

Aboriginal Melbourne - The Lost Land of the Kulin, Harriland Press, 2001. First People: the Eastern Kulin of Melbourne, Port Phillip and Central Victoria Museum Victoria Publishing, 2010. The Place for a Village: how nature has shaped the city of Melbourne, Museum Victoria Publishing, 2009 (winner of the 2009 Victorian Community History Awards for Best Book). Understanding our natural environment: the Field Naturalists Club of Victoria 1880-2015 Field Naturalists Club of Victoria, 2016 (commended in the Book category 2016 Victorian Community History Awards).

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Penguin Books, Limited, 1998 - Aboriginal Australians - 157 pages.

Reissue of a book first published in 1985. Local archaeology is discussed as a method of investigating the past. With further reading, illustrative sources and index. Reissue of a book first published in 1985.

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This book describes in some detail the archeological evidence regarding aboriginal life, culture, food gathering and land management, particularly the period from the flooding of Bass strait and Port Phillip from about 7-10,000 years ago up to the European colonisation in the nineteenth century. The author is an archaeologist who was site registrar at the Victorian Archaeological Survey.

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