ETYMOLOGY OF THE WORD WUDJULA
From a native language of Western Australia, possibly an adaptation of whitefella.
7 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «WUDJULA»
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Icons of War and Terror: Media Images in an Age of ...
... which continues in the Stolen Generation who were wrenched from their
families and society . . .Julie has always been a culture warrior for us all. She
lures onlookers, both Aboriginal and Wudjula (non-Aboriginal person) into her
John Tulloch, R. Warwick Blood, 2012
Colour Power: Aboriginal Art Post 1984
When this process is 'completed', the work is ready to be sold. lf the work does
sell, then it takes on a different life outside of my family and community. Wudjula (
non-Aboriginal) people who buy my work receive a portrait of a member of my ...
Australian art in the National Gallery of Australia
The Wudjula [whitefella] wife was Amy Amelia Booth. Her half sister in the
painting is Fanny, her half brother is called John. My great grandmother Mary '
Tuppance' Oliver was separated from her mother 'Melbin' and kept on as her
National Gallery of Australia, Anne Gray, 2002
Papers in Australian Linguistics
... wag i l i boomerang type, wudjula womera type (spear thrower), djaQani
shovelpoint spear, lama axe, wuFbiQani stone knife, djimuguwana pipe (for
tobacco), wuFgalu man's pubic apron (of opossum fur twine), madamada woman
's pubic ...
Pacific Linguistics. Series A: Occasional Papers
... bafgu waddy , wuni spear type, wag i l i boomerang type, wudjula womera type
(spear thrower), djaQani shovelpoint spear, lama axe, wufbiQani stone knife,
djimuguwana pipe (for tobacco), wufgalu man's pubic apron (of opossum fur
Pacific Linguistics. Series A.
... bafgu waddy, wunl spear type, wag i I i boomerang type, wudjula womera type
(spear thrower), djaoani shovelpoint spear, lama axe, wuCbirjanl stone knife,
djlmuguwana pipe (for tobacco) , wufgalu man's pubic apron (of opossum fur
Alan 'The Red Fox' Reid: Pressman Par Excellence
Demonstrating how Reid not only reported the news but shaped it due to his connections with Labor Prime Ministers Ben Chifley and John Curtin, this volume covers a number of momentous events in Reid’s career—including his early ...
Ross Fitzgerald, Stephen Holt, 2010