A pioneering and influential ethnography of Central Australian Aboriginal tribal customs and social structures, first published in 1899.down, the pebble being then fixed into a wooden handle. ... In the case of the Arunta tribe the stones were procured in special localities, which were the property of local groups of men without the permission of ... In the case of these ground axes the head is fixed in between the two halves of a piece of wood bent double.
|Title||:||Native Tribes of Central Australia|
|Author||:||Baldwin Spencer, F. J. Gillen|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 2010-09-30|