The Aboriginal and archaeological significance of the New South Wales rainforests A report to the Forestry Commission of New South Wales and the Australian Heritage Commission

The Aboriginal and archaeological significance of the New South Wales rainforests A report to the Forestry Commission of New South Wales and the Australian Heritage Commission

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The rainforests of the north coast of NSW represented more to Aborigines than a resource base of food and raw materials. They were the locale for many sacred/significant sites that demonstrate the integration of the environment into the religious and ceremonial life of the people. This report traces the Aboriginal-European interaction on the north coast of NSW over the last 200 years and acknowledges the enduring significance to present day Aboriginal communities. Soft cover, 134pgs, illustrated with maps, bibliography. Near new .

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Short Description Aboriginal and archaeological significance of the NSW rainforests
Weight (g) 503.0000
Author D. Byrne
Publisher Forestry Commission of NSW
Date Published 1987
ISBN 0730556115
Size 295mm x 218mm

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