Gumbaynggirr Language Student Workbook 1
Gumbaynggirr Language Student Workbook 2
Gumbaynggirr Language Student Workbook 3
Christmas is a time to share with family but that's not easy if you are a boy living in the Australian outback with a herd of goats.
The aim of this document is to gather together in one place the collected writings ofthose who have recorded the narratives and lore of the Aboriginal people called the Awabakal.
Revitalising a language from historical sources.
Gumbaynggirr Bijaarr Jandaygam, Ngaawa Gugaarrigam
The Directory is a printed book available through us, it lists all Indigenous Organisations and Government Services Departments for the Indigenous community in the Hunter Region.
LIMITED STOCKA biographical approach to the history of this century through the lives of four Aboriginal women.
Only limited quantities are available of this publication which was produced by ATSIC. It includes 12 seperate booklets.
This book provides theoretical and empirical information related to the planning and execution of IT projects aimed at serving indigenous people.
Joseph Lycett: Convict Artist examines the life and work of one of Australia's earliest colonial artists, Joseph Lycett, who worked in Australia from 1815 to 1822.
In this book, Nicholas Rothwell travels deep into the northern realm, combining the storytelling flair and persistance of a journalist with the imagination of an artist.
What are the Australian Aboriginal Languages like? How many are there? Where are they spoken?
As Lenny take his walk and collects insects, we learn some of the words that relate to the bush, to the landscape and the little creatures that would be found there.
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