Water places and waterways data sources
|NT||Department of Land Resources Management|
|SA||Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources |
|Qld||Silcock, J. (2009) Identification of Permanent Refuge Waterbodies in the Cooper Creek & Georgina-Diamantina catchments. South Australia Arid Lands Natural Resource Management Board|
|Qld||GAB springs dataset - Rod Fensham, University of Queensland|
|Other||Geoscience Australia - Geographical Names Maps in Australia online database - http://www.geodata.us/australia_names_maps/|
|Other||Luise Hercus, Australian National university|
Trade routes data sources
The Trade Routes layer is a synthesis of multiple sources - academic consensus in published literature (maps and extrapolation from text), personal communications, workshop outputs and advice of the PMG. Donovan, V. and Wall, C., 2004. Making connections: A journey along Central Australian Aboriginal trading routes, Arts Queensland
Roth W.E., 1897. Ethnological studies among North-west Central Australian Aborigines, Vol. 1, Government Printer.
Kerwin, Qld Historical Atlas online, Aboriginal Dreaming Paths and Trading Ways, http://www.qhatlas.com.au/content/aboriginal-dreaming-paths-and-trading-ways
Kerwin, D., 2006. Aboriginal Dreaming Tracks or Trading Paths: The Common Ways, PhD Thesis, Griffith University, Queensland.
McBryde, I. 1987 Goods from another country: Exchange networks and the people of the Lake Eyre Basin. In D.J. Mulvaney and J.P. White (eds), Australians to 1788, pp.252-273. Broadway, NSW: Fairfax, Syme and Weldon Associates.
McBryde, I. 2000 Travellers in storied landscapes: A case study in exchanges and heritage. Aboriginal History 24:152-174
Mulvaney, D. J. (Derek John) & Kamminga, Johan (1999). Prehistory of Australia Allen & Unwin, St Leonards, NSW
Tibbet, Kevin, (2002) Archaeological analysis of stone axe exchange networks in the Lake Eyre Basin during the mid- to late Holocene. Australian Archaeology 55: 22-29.
Smith, M., 2013, The Archaeology of Australia’s Deserts, Cambridge University Press
Smith, M.; McBryde, I.; Ross, J. 2010. The Economics of Grindstone Production at Narcoonowie Quarry, Strzelecki Desert’. Australian Aboriginal Studies, Vol. 2010, No. 1, Spring 2010
Tibbett, K. 2005. Community specialisation, standardisation and exchange in a hunter-gatherer society: a case study from Kalkadoon country, northwest Queensland, Australia. PhD thesis, James Cook University.
Parks and Wildlife Commission NT. 2009. West MacDonnell (Tyurretye) National Park Draft Joint Management Plan, NT Government
Luise Hercus, personal communication, 2011
Dean AhChee, personal communication, 2011
Joc Schmiechen, personal communication, 2011-2014
Dept. of Land Resource Management. 2011. Notes of LEB Aboriginal Map 2011 Tibooburra Workshop - Trade Routes Layer.
Language groups data sources
The data sources listed below were used in the development of the Language Groups layer.
Gavan Breen, Institute for Aboriginal Development, Alice Springs
Dick Kimber, historian, Alice Springs
Personal communications with many individual Aboriginal stakeholders
Western Local Land Services (Western Catchment Aboriginal Reference Advisory Group)
AUSTLANG (Australian Indigenous Languages Database) accessed 2011-2012
AIATSIS Aboriginal Australia Map (2000 edn)
Tindale, N. (1997) Tribal boundaries in Aboriginal Australia Map
Advice of Project Management Group
Story and Songlines data sources
Story and songlines were pulled from the following data sources.
Emu Story (SA)
From stories and songs of Mick McLean Irinyili recorded by Luise Hercus and mapped by Colin Macdonald.
‘Thutirla Pula' Two Boys Dreamtime Story (SA/Qld)
Derived from graphics on interpretive signage at Thutirla Pula site, Birdsville
Two Rainbow Serpents travelling story (SA/NSW)
Derived from maps by Colin Macdonald in Beckett & Hercus (2009) 'The Two Rainbow Serpents Travelling: Mura track narratives from the ‘Corner Country’, ANU E Press and Aboriginal History Inc.
North-west Qld LEB storylines
Davidson, I., Tarrago, I. & Sullivan, T. 'Market Forces', chapter in (2004) Making Connections: A journey along Central Australian Aboriginal trading routes, Arts Queensland
Kati Thanda-Lake Eyre formation story
Original text provided by Arabana elder, Syd Strangways; reproduced (with permission) by SA National Parks and Wildlife in brochure titled Lake Eyre National Park Kati Thanda; amended by Arabana elder, Ken Buzzacott, in 2013.
Aboriginal managed lands data sources
Aboriginal Land Trust, NT Aboriginal pastoral properties, joint-managed Parks, Indigenous Protected Areas
NT Dept of Parks and Wildlife; NT Dept of Lands, Planning and Environment
SA Aboriginal pastoral properties, co-managed Parks, Indigenous Protected Areas, Aboriginal Managed Land (definition from SAAL NRM Plan)
SA Dept of Environment, Water and Natural Resources
Qld Aboriginal Land Trusts
Qld Dept of Natural Resources and Mines
Roads and populated places data sources
Roads and towns
Aboriginal communities (NT)
NT Dept of Lands, Planning and Environment
Aboriginal Populated Place Names
State/Territory registered place names databases
Pers comms Aboriginal stakeholders