Bibliography

This bibliography lists references quoted or cited in the AUSTLANG database as well as grammar books, word lists and dictionaries listed under the Documentation. It does not list references given in round brackets under the Name (other sources), that is, references which are cited in the sources this database quoted information from.

Letters and numbers in brackets, for example (PMS 6101) and (CAPELL_A01 - 00312A), refer to items in the AIATSIS collection catalogue.

Last updated 26 April 2016

Aguas, Estrella F. 1968. Gudandji. In Papers in Australian Linguistics 3, 1-20. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.

Aklif, Gedda. 1999. Ardiyooloon Bardi Nganka: One Arm Point dictionary. Halls Creek: Kimberley Language Resource Centre.

Alpher, Barry. 1967. Wik-Mungknh wordlist (by domains) and grammatical data. (PMS 6101).

Alpher, Barry. 1967. Yir-Thangedl. (MS 1191).

Alpher, Barry. 1972. On the genetic subgrouping of the languages of southwestern Cape York Peninsula, Australia. Oceanic Linguistics 11(2):67-68.

Alpher, Barry. 1973. Son of ergative: the Yir Yoront language of northeast Australia, Cornell University: PhD. (MS 77).

Alpher, Barry. 1974. 100-word list for Australian languages: Wik Mungkany, Yir Yoront and Yir Thangedl. (PMS 14).

Alpher, Barry. 1975. Transcription of La Mont Wests (LMWs) tapes A1459 from 33:00 on side B, and A1460A and up to 42:00 on side B. (MS 2412).

Alpher, Barry. 1991. Yir-Yoront lexicon: sketch and dictionary of an Australian language: Trends in Linguistics, Documentation 6. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Alpher, Barry, Nicholas Evans and Mark Harvey. 2003. Proto Gunwinyguan verb suffixes. In The non-Pama-Nyungan languages of northern Australia: comparative studies of the continent's most linguistically complex region, ed. Nicholas Evans, 305-352. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.

Amery, Robert. 1985. A new diglossia: contemporary speech varieties at Yirrkala in north east Arnhem Land, Australian National University: MA. (MS2823).

Amery, Robert. 1995. Learning and reviving a language from historical sources. In Paper and talk: a manual for reconstituting materials in Australian indigenous languages from historical sources, ed. N. Thieberger, 147-164. Canberra: Aboriginal Studies Press.

Amery, Robert. 2000. Warrabarna Kaurna!: reclaiming an Australian language. Lisse, Netherlands: Swets en Zeitlinger.

Amery, Robert ed. 2003. Warra Kaurna: a resource for Kaurna language programs. Adelaide: Kaurna Language Program.

Anderson, Christopher. 1996. Traditional material culture of the Kuku-Yalanji of Bloomfield River, north Queensland. Records of the South Australian Museum 29(1):63-83.

Anonymous. 1886. Country north-west of the Barrier Range. In The Australian race vol. 2, ed. E. M. Curr, 173. Melbourne: John Ferres, Government Printer.

Anonymous. c.1845. Vocabulary of the Allyn River Black's [sic] Language. MS held by the Mitchell Library, State Library of NSW. (ML Aa52/1-3: CY Reel 2355 frames 88-115).

Armit, William E. 1886. Top of the range near Dalrymple. In The Australian race vol. 2, ed. E. M. Curr, 440-442. Melbourne: John Ferres, Government Printer.

Arposio, Alex. 2008. A grammar for the Awabakal language. Cardiff, NSW: Arwarbukarl Cultural Resource Association.

Arposio, Alex. 2008. An introduction to the Awabakal language: its orthography, recommended orthoepy and its grammar and stylistics Cardiff, NSW Arwarbukarl Cultural Resource Association.

Ash, Anna, John Giacon and Amanda Lissarrague eds. 2003. Gamilaraay - Yuwaalaraay - Yuwaalayaay dictionary. Alice Springs: IAD Press.

Attenbrow, Valerie. 2002. Sydney's Aboriginal past: investigating the archaeological and historical records Sydney: UNSW Press.

Austin, Peter. Jurruru dictionary. (ASEDA 0593).

Austin, Peter. 1981. A grammar of Diyari, South Australia: Cambridge Studies in Linguistics 32. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Austin, Peter. 1987. A reference grammar of the Mantharta languages, Western Australia, ms.

Austin, Peter. 1988. Phonological voicing contrasts in Australian Aboriginal languages. In La Trobe Working Papers in Linguistics 1, eds Kate Burridge and William McGregor, 17-42. Bundoora: La Trobe University.

Austin, Peter. 1990. The last words of Pirlatapa. In Language and history: essays in honour of Luise A. Hercus, ed. Peter Austin, et al., 29-48. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.

Austin, Peter. 1991. The Karangura language. Records of the South Australian Museum 25(2):129-137.

Austin, Peter. 1992. A dictionary of Jiwarli, Western Australia. Bundoora: La Trobe University, Department of Linguistics.

Austin, Peter. 1992. A dictionary of Warriyangga, Western Australia. Bundoora: La Trobe University, Department of Linguistics.

Austin, Peter. 1992. A dictionary of Payungu, Western Australia. Bundoora: La Trobe University, Department of Linguistics.

Austin, Peter. 1992. A dictionary of Thalanyji, Western Australia. Bundoora: La Trobe University, Department of Linguistics.

Austin, Peter. 1992. A dictionary of Tharrgari, Western Australia. Bundoora: La Trobe University, Department of Linguistics.

Austin, Peter. 1992. A dictionary of Yinggarda, Western Australia. Bundoora: La Trobe University, Department of Linguistics.

Austin, Peter. 2001. Jiwarli [electronic resource]: a language of Western Australia: University of Melbourne. Deptartment of Linguistics and Applied Linguistics.

Austin, Peter. 2006. Jiwarli. In International Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics, 2nd edition, ed. Keith Brown, 125-129. Oxford: Elsevier.

Austin, Peter. 2008. The classification of Pinikura, Western Australia. In Morphology and language history, Current Issues in Linguistic Theory 298. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Austin, Peter, and Albert Burgman. 2006. Jiwarli: draft Jiwarli-English dictionary English-Jiwarli wordlist & topical wordlist 2006. South Hedland, WA: Wangka Maya Pilbara Aboriginal Language Centre.

Austin, Peter, Luise Hercus, and Philip Jones. 1988. Ben Murray (Parlku-nguyu-thangkayiwarna). Aboriginal History 12(1-2):114-188.

Austin, Peter, Corinne J. Williams and Stephen Wurm. 1980. The linguistic situation in north central New South Wales. In Papers in Australian Linguistics 13, 167-180. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.

Australian Bibliographic Network. Approved Subject Headings by Australian Bibliographic Network on Australian Aboriginal languages. (URL: http://www.nla.gov.au/librariesaustralia/australianextension.html#Aboriginal%20Australian%20languages).

Australian Bureau of Statistics. 2005. Australian Standard Classification of Languages (2nd edition). Canberra: ABS.

Australian Bureau of Statistics. 1996. Census of Population and Housing, Languages Spoken at home (Australian Indigenous languages). Canberra: ABS.

Australian Bureau of Statistics. 2001. Census of Population and Housing, Languages Spoken at home (Australian Indigenous languages). Canberra: ABS.

Australian Bureau of Statistics. 2006. Census of Population and Housing, Languages Spoken at home (Australian Indigenous languages). Canberra: ABS.

Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies. Language and Peoples Thesaurus (URL: http://www1.aiatsis.gov.au/thesaurus/).

Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies. 2005. National Indigenous Languages Survey report 2005. Canberra: Department of Communication, Information Technology, and the Arts.

Arwarbukarl Cultural Resource Association. 2009 [2008]. Awabakal dictionary: research edition. Cardiff: Awarbukarl Cultural Resource Association Incorporated.

Arwarbukarl Cultural Resource Association. 2010. Nupaliyan Palii Awabakalkoba: Teach yourself Awabakal. Newcastle: Arwarbukarl Cultural Resource Association Incorporated.

Arwarbukarl Cultural Resource Association. 2011 [2010]. Palii Ngarabangaliingeyn Awabakalkoba: Understanding Awabakal language. Newcastle: Miromaa Aboriginal Language and Technology Centre.

Baker, Brett. New Top End Handbook (FileMaker database). (ASEDA 0626).

Baker, Brett. Ngalakan Dictionary. (ASEDA 0627).

Baker, Brett. 1999. Word structure in Ngalakgan, Department of Linguistics, University of Sydney: PhD.

Baker, Brett. 2006. Against Marran-Alawic, ms. University of New England.

Baker, Brett. 2008. Word structure in Ngalakgan. Stanford: CSLI Publications.

Baker, Brett. 2010. Who were the ‘Yukul’? In Indigenous language and social identity: papers in honour of Michael Walsh, eds B. Baker, I. Mushin, M. Harvey & R. Gardner. Pacific Linguistics 626. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.

Bani, Ephraim. 1986. Kalaw Kawaw Ya/English dictionary. (MS 2511).

Banning, Roy, and Sue Robertson. 1990. Jaabugay-English dictionary. (PMS 5756).

Bannister, Corinne. 2008. A Longitudinal Study of Ngarrindjeri, University of Sydney: BA (Hons).

Barlow, Harriott. 1873. Vocabulary of Aboriginal dialects of Queensland. The Journal of Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland 2:166-175.

Basedow, Herbert. 1907. Anthropological notes on the western coastal tribes of the Northern Territory of South Australia. Royal Society of South Australia -- Transactions 31:1-62.

Bates, Daisy. Native vocabularies - Jaurdi district, ms. (NLA item number National Library of Australia, Canberra. MS365-56/81-91).

Bates, Daisy M. 1913. Aboriginal names of places. Science of Man 14(4):74-76.

Blake, Barry. 1991. Woiwurrung, the Melbourne language. In Handbook of Australian languages vol. 4, eds R. M. W. Dixon and B. J. Blake, 30-122. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Beale, Anthony. 1974. A grammar of the Biri language, ms. (PMS 3461).

Beckett, Jeremy. 1958. Marginal men: a study of two half caste Aborigines. Oceania 29(2):91-108.

Belfrage, Hugh. 1992. Aspects of verb and pronoun morphology, semantics and syntax in Garrwa, University of Melbourne: BA (Hons). (MS 3384).

Belfrage, Hugh. 1997. Garrwa Jangkurr: Garrwa dictionary draft, ms. (MS 3522).

Bell, Jeanie. 1994. Dictionary of the Gubbi-Gubbi and Butchulla languages, compiled with the assistance of Amanda Seed. Brisbane: the author.

Bell, Jeanie. 2003. A sketch grammar of the Badjala language of Gari (Fraser Island), Department of Linguistics and Applied Linguistics, University of Melbourne: MA. (MS 3854).

Bell, Jeanie. 2004. Dictionary of the Butchulla language. Hervey Bay, QLD: Korrawinga Aboriginal Corporation.

Bell, Neil. 1980. Nyininy sketch grammar (based on field notes by Ken Hale), typescript. Alice Springs: IAD.

Bell, Neil. 1980. Nyininy vocabulary (based on field notes by Ken Hale), typescript. Alice Springs: IAD.

Berndt, Ronald. 1940. Notes on the sign language of the Jaralde tribe of the lower River Murray, South Australia. Transactions of the Royal Society of SA 64:267-272.

Berndt, Ronald. 1959. The concept of the tribe in the Western Desert of Australia. Oceania 30(2):81-107.

Berndt, Ronald. 1975. Life in death: a Lungga (Gidja) mythic corollary. In Explorations in the anthropology of religion; essays in honour of Jan van Baal, ed. W. E. A. van Beek, 121-146. The Hague: Martinus Nijhoff.

Berndt, Ronald, and Catherine Berndt. 1945 [1942-1943]. A Preliminary report of field work in the Ooldea region, Western South Australia. Sydney: Australasian Medical Pub. Co.

Berndt, Ronald, and Catherine Berndt. 1970. Man, land & myth in north Australia: the Gunwinggu people. Sydney: Ure Smith/East Lansing: Michigan State University Press.

Berndt, Ronald, and Catherine Berndt. 1993. A world that was: the Yaraldi of the Murray River and the Lakes, South Australia. Carlton, VIC: Melbourne University Press at the Miegunyah Press.

Besold, Jutta. 2003. A sketch grammar of Gandangara (Gundungurra): a "sleeping" language of southeastern New South Wales, Deptartment of Linguistics, University of Melbourne: BA (Hons).

Bickerdike, Isabel. 2004. A Sketch grammar of Wayilwan Ngiyambaa - an indigenous language of NSW, Deptartment of Linguistics and Applied Linguistics, University of Melbourne: BA (Hons).

Bindon, Peter R., and R. Chadwick. 1992. A Nyoongar wordlist from the south west of Western Australia. WA: Western Australian Museum.

Birch, Bruce. 2006. A first dictionary of Erre, Mengerrdji and Urningangk: three languages from the Alligator Rivers region of the north western Arnhem Land, Northern Territory, Australia. Jabiru, NT: Gundjeihmi Aboriginal Corporation.

Birdsell, Joseph B. 1973. A basic demographic unit. Current Anthropoloy 14(4); 337-356.

Birk, David B. W. 1976. The MalakMalak language, Daly River (western Arnhem Land): Pacific Linguistics B-45. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.

Bischofs, P. Josef. 1978. Vocabulary of the Niol niol language, ms. (MS 99 PT. 1 OF 2).

Black, Paul. 1975. Report on Koko-Wara. (PMS 3086).

Black, Paul. 1978. Koko-Bera: partial draft sketch completed June 1978, ms. (MS 1175).

Black, Paul. 1980. Norman Pama historical phonology. In Papers in Australian Linguistics 13, 181-239. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.

Black, Paul. 1983. Aboriginal languages of the Northern Territory. Batchelor, NT: School of Australian Linguistics.

Black, Paul. 2004. The failure of the evidence of shared innovations in Cape York Peninsula. In Australian languages: classification and the comparative method, eds Claire Bowern and Harold Koch, 241-268. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Black, Paul, and Rolly Gilbert. 1996. Kurtjar dictionary, ms. (MS 3608).

Black, Paul, and Michael Walsh. 1989. Guide to the languages of the Aboriginal Australians, ms. (earlier version MS 1618 in the AIATSIS library).

Black, Paul, and R. Gilbert March. 1986. Kurtjar dictionary, ms. (MS 3027).

Blake, Barry. 1988. Wathawurrung: the language of the Geelong-Ballarat area. In Wathawurrung and the Colac language of southern Victoria, ed. B. J. Blake. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.

Blake, Barry. 2003. The Warrnambool language: a consolidated account of the Aboriginal language of the Warrnambool area of the western district of Victoria based on nineteenth century sources: Pacific Linguistics 544. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.

Blake, Barry. 2003. The Bunganditj (Buwandik) language of the Mount Gambier Region: Pacific Linguistics 549. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.

Blake, Barry, and Gavan Breen. 1971. The Pitta-Pitta dialects: Linguistic Communications 4. Melbourne: Monash University.

Blake, Barry, and Julie Reid. 1998. Classifying Victorian languages. In Wathawurrung and the Colac language of southern Victoria, ed. B. Blake. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.

Blake, Barry, and Julie Reid. 1999. Pallanganmiddang: a language of the Upper Murray. Aboriginal History 23:1-14.

Blake, Barry, and Julie Reid. 2002. The Dhudhuroa language of northeastern Victoria: a description based on historical sources. Aboriginal History 26:(177)-210.

Blake, Barry J., and Gavan Breen. 1990. Guwa. In Salvage studies of Western Queensland Aboriginal languages, ed. J. G. Breen, 108-144. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.

Blevins, Juliette. 2001. Nhanda: an Aboriginal language of Western Australia: Oceanic Linguistics Special Publications, no. 30. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press.

Blythe, Joe. 2009. Doing referring in Murriny Patha conversation, University of Sydney: PhD.

Blythe, Joe, and Kimberley Language Resource Centre. 2001. Yuwurriyangem Kijam = Our language Kija: a phrasebook of the Kija language. Halls Creek, WA: Kimberley Language Resource Centre.

Bolt, Janet. 1971. An elementary grammar of the Ngaliwuru language of the Northern Territory, ms. (MS 211).

Boström, Mathias. 2008. Contextualising Yngve Laurell's Australian collections, 1910-1911. In Encountering Aboriginal languages: studies in the history of Australian linguistics, ed. William B. McGregor. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.

Bowe, Heather. 2002. Linguistics and the Yorta Yorta native title claim. In Language in native title, eds John Henderson and David Nash, 101-159. Canberra: Aboriginal Studies Press.

Bowe, Heather, and Stephen Morey. 1999. The Yorta Yorta (Bangerang) language of the Murray Goulburn including Yabula Yabula. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.

Bowern, Claire. A Learner's Guide to the Bardi Language (draft). (MS 2836).

Bowern, Claire. Nhirrpi vocabulary and sketch grammar. (ASEDA 0786).

Bowern, Claire. 2001. Karnic classification revisited. In Forty years on: Ken Hale and Australian languages, ed. Jane Simpson, et al., 245-261. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.

Bowern, Claire. 2004. Bardi verb morphology in a historical perspective, Harvard University: PhD. (MS 4342).

Bowern, Claire. 2008. History of research on Bardi and Jawi. In Encountering Aboriginal languages: studies in the history of Australian linguistics, ed. William McGregor, 59-84. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.

Bradley, John. 1992. Yanyuwa Wuka: language from Yanyuwa country (http://eprint.uq.edu.au/archive/00000072/01/yanyuwatotal.pdf).

Brady, Don, Bruce Rigsby and Christopher Anderson. 1980. Multiple enterprise: contemporary Aboriginal subsistence strategy in southeast Cape York Peninsula. In Contemporary Cape York Peninsula, ed. Neville Stevens. Brisbane: Royal Society of Queensland.

Brammall, Daniel. 1991. A comparative grammar of Warluwaric, Australian National University: BA (Hons). (MS 3391).

Branch, John. 1887. No. 186: Port Macquarie. In The Australian Race vol. 3, ed. E. M. Curr, 338-350. Melbourne: John Farnes, Government Printer.

Brandenstein, Carl G. von. 1966. Interim report (3) [to A.I.A.S.] on field NW - WA 15.8.65 - 15.9.65. (PMS 2130).

Brandenstein, Carl G. von. 1967. Interim report, 17th July - 10th October 1967. (PMS 2125).

Brandenstein, Carl G. von. 1967. The language situation in the Pilbara - past and present. In Papers in Australian Linguistics 2, 1-20a, + 27 maps. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.

Brandenstein, Carl G. von. 1970. Report [to A.I.A.S.] on field work conducted July/August 1970 as part of the 1969/1970 project Western Desert fringe study. (PMS 2140).

Brandenstein, Carl G. von. 1971. Report on research... carried out for the A.I.A.S. (PMS 2142).

Brandenstein, Carl G. von. 1971. Report to the Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies on field work conducted September - December 1970 as part of the 1969/1970 project Western Desert fringe study. (PMS 2143).

Brandenstein, Carl G. von. 1980. Ngadjumaja: an Aboriginal language of south-east Western Australia. Innsbruck: Institut für Sprachwissen-schaft der Universität Innsbruck.

Brandenstein, Carl G. von. 1988. Nyungar anew: phonology, text samples and etymological and historical 1500-word vocabulary of an artificially re-created Aboriginal language in the south-west of Australia: Pacific Linguistics C-99. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.

Brasch, Sarah. 1975. Gureng Gureng: a language of the upper Burnett River, south-east Queensland, Australian National University: BA (Hons). (MS 110).

Breen, Gavan. Wakaya. (ASEDA 0047).

Breen, Gavan. Bularnu Grammar and Vocabulary machine-readable files. (ASEDA 0007).

Breen, Gavan. Kukatj Grammar machine-readable files. (ASEDA 0022).

Breen, Gavan. Warluwarra Word list. (ASEDA 0253).

Breen, Gavan. Garawa/Wanyi machine-readable data files. (ASEDA 0245).

Breen, Gavan. 1967. Ngulupulu. (PMS 2929).

Breen, Gavan. 1967. Preliminary report of linguistic survey of Western Queensland 1967. (MS 159 (Part 1)).

Breen, Gavan. 1970. A description of the Waluwara language, Monash University: MA. (MS 111).

Breen, Gavan. 1971. Aboriginal languages of western Queensland. In Linguistic Communications 5, 1-88. Melbourne: Monash University.

Breen, Gavan. 1973. Bidyara and Gungabula: grammar and vocabulary. In Linguistic Communications 8, 1-227. Melbourne: Monash University.

Breen, Gavan. 1980. Bularnu phonology and grammar: preliminary [draft] with semantic vocabulary. (MS 1457).

Breen, Gavan. 1981. Margany and Gunya. In Handbook of Australian languages vol. 2, eds R. M. W. Dixon and B. J. Blake, 274-393. Canberra: ANU Press.

Breen, Gavan. 1982. Antekerrepenh grammar, ms. (PMS 3567).

Breen, Gavan. 1990. Salvage studies of Western Queensland Aboriginal languages: Pacific Linguistics B-105. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.

Breen, Gavan. 2003. The Barkly: Wanyi and Garrwa comparative data. In The non-Pama-Nyungan languages of northern Australia: comparative studies of the continent's most linguistically complex region, ed. Nicholas Evans, 425-462. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.

Breen, Gavan. 2004. Innamincka Talk: a grammar of the Innamincka dialect of Yandruwandha with notes on other dialects: Pacific Linguistics 558. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.

Breen, Gavan. 2007. Reassessing Karnic. Australian Journal of Linguistics 27(2):175-199.

Breen, Gavan, and Barry Blake. 2007. The grammar of Yalarnnga: a language of western Queensland: Pacific Linguistics 584. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.

Bridgeman, George F., and H. Bucas. 1887. Port Mackay and its neighbourhood. In The Australian race vol. 3, ed. E. M. Curr, 44-51. Melbourne: John Farnes, Government Printer.

Broad, Neil, with Eastern and Central Arrernte speakers. 2008. Eastern and Central Arrernte picture dictionary. Alice Springs: IAD Press.

Brown, Alexander, and Brian Geytenbeek. 2002. Ngarla-English Dictionary. South Hedland, WA: Wangka Maya Pilbara Aboriginal Language Centre.

Brown, Keith ed. 2006. Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics (2nd edition). Oxford: Elsevier.

Brown, Malcolm. 1979. Morphological reconstruction of proto-Western Desert, Australian National University: BA (Hons). (MS 1349).

Burgman, Albert. 2006. Warnman dictionary 2006: an interactive dictionary based on SIL's Lexique Pro. South Hedland, WA: Wangka Maya Pilbara Aboriginal Language Centre.

Burgman, Albert. 2006. Yulparija: dictionary and topical finder lists. South Hedland, WA: Wangka Maya Pilbara Aboriginal Language Centre.

Burgman, Albert. 2006. Kurrama: Kurrama - English dictionary, English - Kurrama wordlist, topical wordlist and sketch grammar. South Hedland, WA: Wangka Maya Pilbara Aboriginal Language Centre.

Burgman, Albert. 2006. Thalanyji dictionary 2006 [electronic resource]. South Hedland, WA: Wangka Maya Pilbara Aboriginal Language Centre.

Burgman, Albert. 2007. Nyamal dictionary: English-Nyamal finderlist and topical wordlist 2007. South Hedland, WA: Wangka Maya Pilbara Aboriginal Language Centre.

Burgman, Albert. 2007. Nyamal dictionary 2007 (CD-ROM). South Hedland, WA: Wangka Maya Pilbara Aboriginal Language Centre.

Burgman, Albert. 2007. Jiwarli dictionary (CD-ROM). South Hedland, WA: Wangka Maya Pilbara Aboriginal Language Centre.

Burgman, Albert. 2007. Bayungu dictionary: English-Bayungu wordlist and thematic wordlist 2007. South Hedland, WA: Wangka Maya Pilbara Aboriginal Languge Centre.

Burgman, Albert. 2009. Manyjilyjarra - English dictionary 2009. South Hedland, WA: Wangka Maya Pilbara Aboriginal Language Centre.

Burgman, Albert and Peter Austin. 2007. Jiwarli: Jiwarli - English dictionary, English - Jiwarli wordlist and topical wordlist. South Hedland, WA: Wangka Maya Pilbara Aboriginal Language Centre.

Burgman, Albert, James Marsh, Ken Hansen, and Joshua Booth eds. 2005. Martu Wangka dictionary and topical finderlist 2005. South Hedland, WA: Wangka Maya Pibara Aboriginal Language Centre.

Burridge, Kate. 1996. Yulparija sketch grammar. In Studies in Kimberley languages in honour of Howard Coate, ed. W. McGregor, 15-69. München: Lincom Europa.

Campbell, Maureen, Trephin Sultan, and Angela Harrison. 2002. Draft Luritja wordlist (Southern dialects). (MS 4321).

Capell, Arthur. Gwini - English vocabulary, ms. (PMS 305).

Capell, Arthur. Malngin vocabulary, ms. (PMS 309).

Capell, Arthur. Language elicitation, bible translations, hymns, stories and discussions. (audio recording CAPELL_A01 - 00312A).

Capell, Arthur. Language elicitation. (audio recording. CAPELL_A01).

Capell, Arthur. 1940. The classification of languages in north and north-west Australia. Oceania 10(3):241-272; 10(4):404-433.

Capell, Arthur. 1942/1943. The languages of Arnhem Land, North Australia. Oceania 13:24-50.

Capell, Arthur. 1963. Linguistic survey of Australia. Canberra: Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies.

Capell, Arthur. 1970. Aboriginal languages in the south central coast, New South Wales: fresh discoveries. Oceania 41(1), 20-27.

Capell, Arthur. 1972. The languages of the northern Kimberley, WA: some structural principles. Oceania 43(1):54-65.

Capell, Arthur. 1984. Comparative studies in Northern Kimberley languages: Pacific Linguistics C-69. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.

Capell, A., and H. E. Hinch. 1970. Maung grammar, texts and vocabulary. The Hague: Mouton.

Carew, Margaret. 1999. Topics in the lexical semantics of Gun-nartpa, University of Melbourne: PhD.

Carew, Margaret. 2010. Anmatyerr Angkety Angkwey: Anmatyerr stories about the old days. Ngoonjook: a Journal of Australian Indigenous Issues 35:44-59.

Carr, Thérèse. 2000. Wunambal: a language of the north-west Kimberley region, Western Australia, University of New England: MA (Hons).

Carrington, Lois, and Geraldine Triffitt. 1999. OZBIB: a linguistic bibliography of Aboriginal Australia and the Torres Strait Islands: Pacific Linguistics D-92. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.

Cassady, James. 1886. Halifax Bay. In The Australian race vol. 2, ed. E. M. Curr, 424-429. Melbourne: John Farnes, Government Printer.

Cataldi, Lee. Ngardi vocabulary and notes. (ASEDA 0737).

Cerin, Mark. 1994. The pronominal system of Yaraldi, University of Melbourne: BA (Hons).

Chadwick, Neil. 1971. Ngarndji wordlist and phonological key. In Papers on the languages of Australian Aboriginals, ed. B. Blake, et al., 34-45. Canberra: AIAS.

Chadwick, Neil. 1979. The West Barkly languages: an outline sketch. In Australian linguistic studies, ed. S. A. Wurm, 653-711. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.

Chatfield, William, Jr. 1874. [On Australian languages]. Journal of the Anthropological Institute 3:261-264.

Clark, Ian. 1990. Aboriginal languages and clans: an historical atlas of western and central Victoria, 1800-1900: Monash Publications in Geography, 37. Melbourne: Department of Geographical and Environmental Science, Monash University.

Clark, Ian. 1993. Aboriginal spatial organization in northeast Victoria: a preliminary investigation. (PMS 5339).

Clark, Ian. 1996. Aboriginal language areas in Victoria: a reconstruction. Melbourne: Victorian Aboriginal Corporation for Languages.

Clark, Ian. 2003. Place names and land tenure: windows into Aboriginal landscapes: essays in Victorian Aboriginal history. Ballarat, Vic: Ballarat Heritage Services.

Clark, Ian. 2005. Aboriginal language areas in Victoria - a reconstruction: a report to Victorian Aboriginal Corporation for Languages. Melbourne: Victorian Aboriginal Corporation for Languages.

Clark, Ian. 2009. Dhudhuroa and Yaithmathang languages and social groups in north-east Victoria - a reconstruction. Aboriginal History 33:201-229.

Clark, Ian. 2011. Birrdhawal language and territory: a reconsideration. Australian Aboriginal Studies 1:34-50.

Clark, Ian and Edward Ryan. 2009. Ladjiladji language area: a reconstruction. Australian Aboriginal Studies 1:77-88.

Cleary, S., A. Webb and G. Gunn. 1994. Akarre Arrernte mythology and places of the Dulcie Ranges, Central Australia: transcript of taped conversations with Traditional Owners. (MS 3542).

Clendon, Mark. 2000. Topics in Worora grammar, Department of Linguistics, University of Adelaide: PhD.

Clendon, Mark. 2000. A grammar of Worrorra. Halls Creek, WA: Kimberley Language Resource Centre.

Clendon, Mark, Patsy Lalbanda, Amy Peters, and Daisy Utemorrah. 2000. A provisional Worrorra dictionary. Halls Creek, WA: Kimberley Language Resource Centre.

Cleverly, John R. 1969. A preliminary study of the phonology and grammar of Djamindjung, University of New England: MA.

Coate, H. 1970. Notes on 3 dead languages, typescript. (PMS 4279).

Coate, H., and A. Elkin. 1974. Ngarinjin-English dictionary: Oceania Linguistic Monographs 16. Sydney: University of Sydney.

Coate, H., and L. Oates. 1970. A grammar of Ngarinjin, Western Australia: Australian Aboriginal Studies 25, Linguistic Series 10. Canberra: AIAS.

Coleman, Carolyn. Comparative wordlists in Top End Languages. (ASEDA 0632).

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