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A Black Civilization; A Social Study of an Australian Tribe; A Black Civilization: A Social Study of an Australian Tribe

William Lloyd Warner, Author
Format
Book
Edition
Revised edition
Published
New York, N.Y. : Harper Torchbooks, 1964.
Language
English
Series Statement
Harper Torchbooks
Contents
  • The Murngin
  • The Local Organization
  • The Family and Kinship Structure
  • Age Grading
  • Primary Adaptations and Technology
  • Warfare
  • Murngin Magic and Medicine
  • A Sociological Interpretation of Magic
  • Murngin Totemism
  • Mortuary Rights
  • Social Change in North Australia
  • Mahkarolla and Murngin Society
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    a| Warner, W. Lloyd q| (William Lloyd), d| 1898-1970.
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    a| A black civilization : b| a social study of an Australian tribe / c| by W. Lloyd Warner.
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    a| Revised edition.
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    a| New York, N.Y. : b| Harper Torchbooks, c| 1964.
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    c| ©1958.
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    a| xvi, 516, 9 pages : b| illustrations. ; c| 21 cm.
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    a| Includes index.
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    a| "This book was originally published in 1937 by Harper & Brothers, with a revised edition in 1958. The Torchbook edition omits pages 41-51 and 472-565 of the revised text."--Title page verso.
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