v.1, p.48-49; Natives of Moreton Is.; Porpoises used in fishing; Huts, etc.; p.81-83; Natives of Rockingham Bay; Canoes, etc.; Start of Kennedy expedition; p.118-119; Bird Islands - artefacts, canoes; p.120-127; Cape York - difficulty of obtaining vocabulary; Physical characters; Foods; p.145- 159; Port Essington - adornment, bodily ornament, bodily ornamentation, canoes, weapons, food, medicine men, death, burial, mythology, government, age-grading, marriage, music and songs, social sanctions, intertribal warfare, psychology,; missionary efforts; p.162-165; Cape York - Kennedy expedition p.167-168; Moreton Is. - camp life, fishing; p.300-325; Cape York - rescue of Barbara Thompson from Aborigines of Kaurareg tribe; Dancing; Fighting; Tree-climbing; Cooking; v.2, p.1- 32; Cape York - tribes (Gudang, Kaurareg, Muralaig); Papuan influence; Barter, warfare, revenge, cannibalism, marriage, polygamy, birth, food restrictions for women, mother-in-law avoidance, infanticide, naming, scarification, personal adornment, initiation; Canoes, weapons, huts, clothing; Foodgetting and cooking; Methods of fishing; Edible fruits and tubers; Government; Land-ownership; Mythology; Diseases and magic; Death and burial; p.33-49; Torres Straits islands Kulkalaig tribe; Canoes, huts, ceremonial screen, physical description, native names of islands; p.79-84; Theories as to origin of Aborigines; Racial characters of Torres Straits islanders; Linguistic affinities - Kaurareg and Miriam; p.119227; Statement of William Carron on Kennedy expedition; Encounters with friendly natives; Artefacts, weapons, ovens, other cooking methods; Farther north natives uniformly hostile; Princess Charlotte Bay area - huts and cooking places; Weymouth Bay - womens dress, foods, spears; p.228-236; Statement of Jackey Jackey; p.237-253; Statement of Dr. Vallack; p.277-316; Comparative vocabularies of Kowrarega and Gudang; Some 800 words Names of places; p.330-354; Remarks on the vocabularies, syntax, etc.; Similarities between Autralian and Papuan dialects.
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