Canberra: Australian National University, 1982. 1st ed., folio, pp.xxix, 522, b&w plates, maps, tables, prev. owner's stamp on ffep of Western Australian anthropologist, bookbinder's label to front paste-down, orig rexine boards, near fine condition.
An account of the economic system and the hunter-gatherer societies of the eastern Gunwinggu of Australia's North-Central Arnhem Land during the late 1970's. Gunwinggu (Kunwinjku) people (also known as 'Bininj') are an Australian Aboriginal people, living around West Arnhem Land, east of Darwin in the Northern Territory. A thesis submitted in 1982 to the ANU and later published in 251 pages as 'Hunter-Gatherers Today. An Aboriginal Economy in North Australia'. Item #99449
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