Abstract

Spears—North-West and Lower Gulf Districts; Pennefather River Districts; Princess Charlotte Bay, Cape Bedford, Bloomfield River, and Palmer River; Lower Tully River District; Rockhampton District; Brisbane. Spear-throwers (Wommeras)—Pennefather River District; Palmer and Laura Rivers; Cape Bedford, Endeavour and Bloomfield Rivers; Princess Charlotte Bay; Lower Tully River; North-West Districts. Boomerangs—Lower Tully River; Mackay District; Rockhampton District; Brisbane; North-West and Lower Gulf Districts. Shields—Peninsula and North-West Districts; Tully River and Cardwell Districts; Bloomfield and Endeavour Rivers; Rockhampton District; Brisbane. Throwing-sticks(Nulla Nullas)—North-West Districts; Tully River; Rockhampton District; Brisbane. Fighting Poles. Two-handed Swords. Single-handed Swords. Manner of Fighting—Inter-tribal and Individual.

 
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Bibliographic Data

Short Form
Roth, 1909, Rec. Aust. Mus. 7(4): 189–211
Author
Walter E. Roth
Year
1909
Title
North Queensland Ethnography. Bulletin No. 13. Fighting weapons
Serial Title
Records of the Australian Museum
Volume
7
Issue
4
Start Page
189
End Page
211
DOI
10.3853/j.0067-1975.7.1909.962
Language
English
Plates
plates lviii–lxi
Date Published
30 August 1909
Cover Date
30 August 1909
ISSN
0067-1975
CODEN
RAUMAJ
Publisher
The Australian Museum
Place Published
Sydney, Australia
Subjects
ETHNOGRAPHY; ANTHROPOLOGY; ABORIGINES: AUSTRALIAN; AUSTRALIAN MUSEUM
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24 February 2006
Available Online
03 March 2009
Reference Number
962
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