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Title: Man in Australia: Present and Past
Authors: White, J P
Keywords: Australian
Archaeological
Association
Archaeology
Archeological
Archeology
Journal
Newsletter
AAA
Aboriginal Culture
languages
seasonal variation
Lake Mungo
Wallacea
Kow Swamp
cremation
flake tools
ground stone axe
Koonalda cave
Lake Menindee
A.G. Thorne
Issue Date: Nov-1974
Publisher: Australian Archaeological Association
Citation: White, J.P, 1974. Man in Australia: Present and Past. 'Australian Archaeology', no.1, 28-43.
Series/Report no.: Australian Archaeology Number 1
Abstract: This article discusses the ethnographic and archaeological evidence for the existence of hunter-gatherer communities during the Pleistocene in Australia. The Aboriginal adaptation in the Australian continent, including Tasmania, has evolved over a long period of time - at least 30,000 years and possibly considerably longer. During that time both Aboriginal culture and the environment have undergone considerable change. Discoveries at Lake Mungo and Kow Swamp, with the associated fossil record, have contributed to these ongoing discussions.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2328/71
ISSN: 0312-2417
Appears in Collections:Australian Archaeology, Number 001, 1974

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