Early Anthropology

Elkin, A. P.,  "Notes on social organization of the Worimi, a Kattang speaking people", Oceania 2, 3 (1932): 359-363.  

Elkin, A. P.,  "The nature of Australian totemism", in Gods and rituals: readings in religious beliefs and practices, ed. J. Middleton. Garden City N.Y: The Natural History Press, 1967: 159-176.  

Enright, W.J.,  "The Initiation Ceremonies of the Aborigines of Port Stephens, N.S.W", Journal and Proceedings of the Royal Society of New South Wales for 1899, 33: 115-24.  Click here to download

Enright, W.J.,  "The language, weapons and manufactures of the Aborigines of Port Stephens, New South Wales", Journal and Proceedings of the Royal Society of New South Wales 34 (1900): 103-118.  Click here to download

Enright, W.J.,  "The Kattang or Worimi: An Aboriginal tribe", Mankind 1, 4 (March 1932), 75-77.  Click here to download

Enright, W.J.,  "Further notes on the Worimi", Mankind 1, 7 (August 1933): 161-2.  Click here to download

Enright, W.J.,  "The Worimi Tribe", Newcastle and Hunter District Historical Society Journal and Proceedings 1, 1 (1936): 85-9.  Click here to download

Enright, W.J.,  "Notes on the Aborigines of the North Coast of New South Wales", Mankind 2, 4 (June 1937): 88-91.  Click here to download

Enright, W.J.,  "Notes on the Aborigines of the North Coast of N.S.W.", Mankind 2: 6 (September 1939): 193-195.  Click here to download

Enright, W.J.,  "Notes on the Aborigines of the North Coast of N.S.W." (ii), Mankind 2: 9 (October 1940): 321-324.  Click here to download

Etheridge, R.,  The Dendroglyphs, or "Carved Trees" of New South Wales. Sydney: William Applegate Gullick, 1918: Appendices 1-3.  Click here to download

Fawcett, J.W,  “Notes on the Customs and Dialect of the Wonnah-Ruah Tribe”, Science (23 August 1898): 152-4.  Click here to download

Fawcett, J.W,  “Customs of the Wonnah-Ruah Tribe, and their Dialect or Vocabulary”, Science (21 September 1898): 180-2.  Click here to download

Fison, Lorimer, and A.W. Howitt  Kamilaroi and Kurnai : group-marriage and relationship, and marriage by elopement, drawn chiefly from the usage of the Australian aborigines: also the Kurnai tribe, their customs in peace and war. Melbourne: George Robertson, 1880: 279-84 (Appendix G).  Click here to download

Fraser, John,  "The Aborigines of NSW", Journal and Proceedings of the Royal Society of NSW for the year 1882, 16. Sydney: Thomas Richards, 1883: 193-233.  Click here to download

Hill, Richard, and George Thornton,  Notes on the Aborigines of New South Wales: with personal reminiscences of the tribes formerly living in the neighbourhood of Sydney and the surrounding districts. Sydney: C. Potter, Govt Printer, 1892.  

Howitt, A.W.,  Native Tribes of South East Australia. London: Macmillan, 1904.  

Matthews, R.H.,  "The Keeparra ceremony of initiation", Royal Anthropological Institute Journal 26 (1896): 320-340.  Click here to download

Matthews, R.H.,  "The Burbung of the Darkinung Tribes", Proceedings of the Royal Society of Victoria 10, 1 (1897): 1-12.  Click here to download

McKiernan, B.,  "Some notes on the Aborigines of the Lower Hunter River", Anthropos 6 (1911): 855-9.  Click here to download

Miller, Robert,  "The Wonnarua Tribe and Language" in The Australian race: its origin, languages, customs, place of landing in Australia, and the routes by which it spread itself over that continent, ed. E.M. Curr. Melbourne: John Farnes, Govt. Printer, 1886-1887: 352-7.  Click here to download

Walton, W.J.,  "An Aboriginal Devil Rock", Mankind 1: 6 (December 1932): 140-1.  Click here to download

White, H.O'Sullivan,  "Some Recollections of the Aborigines of NSW in the years 1848, 1849 and 1850", Mankind (May 1934): 223-27. Click here to download