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Title: An Archaeological Survey of Montagu Island, N.S.W.
Authors: Sullivan, Marjorie E
Keywords: Australian
Issue Date: Apr-1975
Publisher: Australian Archaeological Association
Citation: Sullivan, M.E. 1975. An Archaeological Survey of Montagu Island, N.S.W. 'Australian Archaeology', no.2, 37-44.
Series/Report no.: Australian Archaeology Number 2
Abstract: Report on site surveys on Montagu Island N.S.W. Montagu Island, or Barunguba lies 7km from Barunga point and approximately 10 km southeast of Narooma, New South Wales. Traces of former Aboriginal occupation occur on Montagu Island. This work formed part of a survey of archaeological sites on the N.S.W. south coast conducted, under the guidance of R.J. Lampert, for the Center for Resource and Environmental Studies, A.N.U.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2328/194
ISSN: 0312-2417
Appears in Collections: Australian Archaeology, Number 002, 1975

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