HILLIARD.W01.CS Collection

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View of title 'Australia Twice Traversed' open to an image of the author Ernest Giles - European explorer of Western Australia

Explorer's stumps - [a landscape view of the Ernabella region]

[Ruin remains of the Brown family home which was built 1934 on the south side of Officer Creek]

Hann's initials at Erliwanyuwanyu (a rock hole south of Ernabella, now on Fregon land)

Camp - [landscape view containing children riding mules or hinneys - load of spinifex in the fore ground]

Portrait of [left to right] Lucy Lester, Purki Edwards and Mayawara Ukula Minutjukur kicking over spinifex

Yuminiya carrying a load of spinifex his back

People gathering spinifex for new wiltjas (shelters)

Loading truck with spinifex for wiltjas (shelters)

Three unidentified people building the framework of wiltja (shelter)

[Profile portrait of Muwitja sitting at the entrance of the] completed wiltja (shelter)

[Unidentified children of Ernabella region] removing sheets of corrugated iron from camp

Woman with load of wood [balanced on her head]

Unidentified men firelighting with woomera

Unidentified boys hurling spears

Camels owned by people of Ernabella

[Indigenous man walking his] own string of camels

[Landscape view of wild mules and hinneys grazing]

[Community members loading tame mules] - preparing for walkabout

[Camels in the background with a group of men gathered in foreground with preparations completed] ready for walkabout

[Unidentified man standing holding spears with children mounted on pack mules] - ready for walkabout

[Children on packed mules] - ready for walkabout

[Landscape view of community members] off on walkabout

Children gathered by wiltja (shelter) [possibly Nyukana Baker second from left]

Family group in camp [gathered by a fire with loads of spinifex in the background]

Jimmy, Nganyintja's father, sitting by wiltja (shelter)

[Muwitja] standing next to his wiltja (shelter)

Camp pup [curled up on a blanket sniffing at the] spinning sticks

[Landscape view of Shirely Well with unidentified people with horses tethered near the] Wiltja

Typical daytime scene - [men, women and children sitting at a kitchen campfire spinning thread]

[Unidentified women sitting at the kitchen camp fire] kneading damper

Person tending to the dampers in coals

Grinding stones - tjiwa - large and tjungari - small

[Unidentified children sitting on a boulder as part of an escarpment]

Landscape view of the camp - people sitting in the shade of shelters and trees

[Scrub view of the harnessed camels owned by Indigenous community members]

Camp scene [wiltjas (shelters) in foreground and the Musgrave Ranges in the background]

Kanini - a means whereby seeds or sands can be separated in a dish by a special shaking movement

Close up view of a branch of an acacia used for kiti gum

Working on acacia for kiti [gum]

Preparing kiti - gum made from spinifex resin or an acacia resin

Kanini - a means whereby seeds or sands can be separated in a dish by a special shaking movement

[View of porcessed acacia on a mat with an unidentified person] separating resin

Unidentified women plucking emu feathers

[View of a pitchi holding a small amount of] Kanini

[Crowd of women and children gathered around a pile of] acacia

Campfire [kitchen with pots and possibly rabbits to be prepared for cooking]

Kraal-type wiltjas (shelters) [with the Musgrave Ranges in the background]

Straightening tecoma (bushy plant) for spear shaft

[Spear making process] - Willy [a Pitjantjatjara tribesmen], beginning the spear

Willy [a Pitjantjatjara tribesmen, sitting amongst wood shavings - using his teeth to assist] straightening spear shafts

Willy [a Pitjantjatjara tribesmen, sitting with pitchi in front of him] straightening spear shafts

Willy [a Pitjantjatjara tribesmen, sitting with new spear resting on his foot] smoothing spear shaft

Willy [a Pitjantjatjara tribesmen, sitting with spear resting on his foot] smoothing spear shaft

Warming spear head to melt kiti [gum]

[Willy uses the kiti (gum) to create the] binding point onto shaft

Willy sitting with Brian Tjangala observing - scoring marks on shaft near point

(Left to right): Brian Tjangala and Willy, sitting amongst wood shavings with axes in hand, shaping woomeras

[Willy sitting amongst wood shavings holding an axe] shaping woomera

[Willy standing with the woomera leaning on a large rock during the process of] shaping woomera with smaller cutter