On the Occurrence of Aboriginal Stone Implements of Unusual Types in the Tableland Regions of Central Australia. [Contained in] Transactions of the Royal Society of South Australia, Volume 45, 1921

Adelaide, RSSA, 1921.

Octavo, [25] pages plus 11 pages of plates.

Original quarter cloth and wrappers; a fine copy.

The implements were found in the vicinity of the Macumba Head Station, 'about 34 miles to the northward of Oodnadatta'. This issue also contains a supplementary article by the same author: On the Methods adopted by the Aborigines of Australia in the making of Stone Implements, based on actual observation (2 pages) and WOOD JONES, F.: The Status of the Dingo (10 pages).

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