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Warlmanpa non-linguistic references
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1889
East, J. J. 1889. Aborigines of south and central Australia. 11 page pamphlet. "Read before the Field Naturalists' Section of the Royal Society, Tuesday, July 16, 1889" * https://trove.nla.gov.au/work/21561691 * Director of the Adelaide School of Mines * "my personal contact with the natives not being north of the Hart and Macdonnell Ranges". mentions "the Tennant Station. Beyond this to the Powell's Creek Station are the Wurmega, and the furthest north, extending to Newcastle Waters, are the T(h)ingalie"
1895
Stationmaster, Powell’s Creek, Telegraph Station 1895. On the habits of the Aborigines in the district of Powell's Creek, Northern Territory of South Australia. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 24,176-180.
1904
Spencer, Baldwin & F.J. Gillen. 1904 (1969). The Northern Tribes of Central Australia. London: Macmillan & Co. Ltd. Reprinted 1969, Oosterhout, N.B., The Netherlands: Anthropological Publications. * Warlpiri references are probably to Warlmanpa
1934
Stanner, W.E.H. 1934. Report upon Aborigines and Aborigines' Reserve at Tennant's Creek. 11p. ts. * see Stanner 1980
1934
Stanner, WEH. 1934 notebooks. Deposited at AIATSIS. * see Stanner 1979
1935
'Central Australia. Ministerial Party's Tour. VISIT TO GOLDFIELDS', The Sydney Morning Herald 6 May 1935, page 10. http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article17144513 * "A run of 80 miles through the country west of Tennant's Creek and the witnessing of a full-dress corroboree of the Wallamumba tribe of blacks on the reserve to the north-east of the telegraph station occupied the last day of the Federal Ministerial party in the Tennant's Creek area." * first published mention of language name
1936
Stanner, WEH. Aborigines and Tennant’s Creek. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. Sydney Morning Herald 5 August 1936, page 9. http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article17257824 * Warramulla tribe
1952
Tribes of the Northern Territory. [1952?]. [map with numbered key] * '58. Wolmamba' * AIATSIS Library call number M189
1953
Tribes of the Northern Territory : their approximate locations. [1953]. 18 leaves. * AIATSIS Library call number  PMS 4873
1962
Meggitt, Mervyn J. 1962. Desert People. A study of the Walbiri Aborigines of Central Australia. Sydney: Angus & Roberston. Reprinted 1965, Chicago, London: University of Chicago Press; Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
1965
Northern Territory Administration. Welfare Branch. 1965. Warrabri Aboriginal Reserve. May, 1965. 26pp. (other editions in 1960, 1961) * copy at AIATSIS
1978
O'Grady, Frank. 1977. Francis of Central Australia. 154pp. ISBN 0 85587 114 8 Sydney: Wentworth Books.
1978
Aboriginal Land Commission. 1978. Claim by the Warlpiri and Kartangarurru-Kurintji. Report by the Aboriginal Land Commissioner to the Minister for Aboriginal Affairs and to the Minister for the Northern Territory. Canberra: A.G.P.S.
1978
Peterson, Nicolas, Patrick McConvell, Ste[ph]en Wild & Rod Hagen. 1978. A Claim to Areas of Traditional Land by the Walpiri and Kartangarurru - Kurintji, 1978. Prepared at the instruction of the Central Land Council on behalf of the Walpiri and Kartangarurru - Kurintji. Revised Version. vi+102+8+[4]pp. Alice Springs: Central Land Council.
1978
Read, Peter and Engineer Jack Japaljarri. 1978. The price of tobacco: the journey of the Warlmala to Wave Hill, 1928. Aboriginal History 2.2,140-48.
1979
Bell, Diane R. 1979. The Pawurrinji Puzzle. iv+40pp. Exhibit in Warlmanpa, and Kaytety-Warlpiri land claim hearings. * AIAS Library Ms 1535 (A1;B1)
1979
Davison, Patricia. 1979. The Manga-Manda Settlement, Phillip Creek: An Historical Reconstruction from Written, Oral and Material Evidence. Report submitted to the National Trust of Australia (Northern Territory). December 1979. ix+163pp. * published as Davison 1985
1979
Stanner, W.E.H. 1979. Report on field work in north central and north Australia 1934-5. 102pp. ts. Microfiche No. 1. ISBN 0855750936 Canberra: AIAS.
1980
Nash, David. 1980. A Traditional Land Claim by the Warlmanpa, Warlpiri, Mudbura and Warumungu Traditional Owners. Alice Springs: Central Land Council.
1980
Stanner, W.E.H. 1980. Report to Australian National Research Council upon Aborigines and Aboriginal Reserve at Tennants Creek 1934. AIAS Newsletter n.s.13 (March 1980),43-48.
1981
Koch, Harold, Grace Koch, Petronella Wafer & James Wafer. 1981. A claim to areas of traditional land by the Kaytej, Warlpiri, and Warlmanpa. Alice Springs: Central Land Council, July 1981.
1982
Aboriginal Land Commission. 1982. Warlmanpa, Warlpiri, Mudbura and Warumungu Land Claim. Report by the Aboriginal Land Commissioner to the Minister for Aboriginal Affairs and to the Administrator of the Northern Territory. No. 11. R81/663 Cat. No. 8122481. Canberra: A.G.P.S.
1982
Aboriginal Land Commission. 1982. Kaytej, Warlpiri and Warlmanpa land claim. Report by the Aboriginal Land Commissioner, Mr. Justice Toohey, to the Minister for Aboriginal Affairs and to the Administrator of the Northern Territory. No. 14. Australian Government Publishing Service. [cat. no.8206696] viii,66p.
1982
Bell, Diane. 1982. Oustations: Reflections from the Centre, pp.85-92 in Service Delivery to Outstations , ed. by P. Loveday. Monograph. [Papers prepared for NARU conference Darwin December 1981. Darwin: Australian National University North Australia Research Unit. ISBN 0 86784 160 5 xii+97pp. $4.50
1982
Nash, David. 1982. Aboriginal knowledge of the aeroplane 'Kookaburra'. Aboriginal History 6.1,61-73.
1982
Nash, David. 1982. The outstation movement: the long road back. Central Australian Land Rights News 15,16. Outstation update. 16, Spring 1982,14.
1983
Bell, Diane. 1983. Daughters of the Dreaming. Melbourne: McPhee Gribble, North Sydney: George Allen & Unwin. 297pp. ISBN 0 86861 472 6.
1984
Afianos, C. (ed.) 1984. The Tennant & District Times. 50 Golden years. The Tennant & District Times Commemorative Issue in conjunction with the "Back to Tennant Creek" celebrations. May 1984. $2. 56pp. Tennant Creek.
1984
[Clark, Allan.] 1984. The Aboriginal People of Tennant Creek. Afianos (ed.) 1984,6-7.
1984
Nash, David. 1984-. Reports, with colour slides, VHS video recordings (1987-), documenting travel in Warlpiri and Warlmanpa country west of Tennant Creek. Deposited at AIATSIS.
1984
Nash, David. 1984. Prospects for Warlpiri country between Lajamanu and Warrego. 23pp., map. 27 June 1984. Deposited at AIAS Library MS 3953. Update, 6 October 1985. 10pp.
1985
Davison, Patricia. 1985. The Manga-Manda Settlement, Phillip Creek: An Historical Reconstruction from Written, Oral and Material Evidence. Occasional Papers in Material Anthropology. Material Culture Unit, James Cook University of North Queensland. ix+80pp. ISBN 0 86443 148 1 [published version of Davison 1979]
1986
Gibson, D[avid] F. 1986. A Biological Survey of the Tanami Desert in the Northern Territory Technical Report - Number 30. Alice Springs: Conservation Commission of the Northern Territory. ISBN 07245 0836 8 ISSN 0729 9990 xiii+258pp.
1986
Smith, M.A. 1986. An investigation of possible Pleistocene occupation at Lake Woods, Northern Territory. Australian Archaeology 22, 60–74
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Mike_Smith60/publication/268031909_AN_INVESTIGATION_OF_POSSIBLE_PLEISTOCENE_O_C_C_U_P_A_T_I_O_N_AT_LAKE_WOODS_NORTHERN_TERRITORY/links/564be86608aeab8ed5e79567/AN-INVESTIGATION-OF-POSSIBLE-PLEISTOCENE-O-C-C-U-P-A-T-I-O-N-AT-LAKE-WOODS-NORTHERN-TERRITORY.pdf
198-
Paton, Robert. 198-. Stone blade production and use : an ethnoarchaeological case study from central Northern Territory, Australia. The Australian National University MA thesis. * AIATSIS Library MS 4554
1989
Nash, David. 1989. Donald Jupurrula Graham. [Obituary.] Australian Aboriginal Studies 1/1989, 68-69.
1991
Carment, David, 1949-. 1991. History and the Landscape in Central Australia. Darwin: NARU, ANU. ISBN 0731512952 xi+81pp. * Chapter 5, pp. 25-29, Aborigines and Europeans at Phillip Creek.
1991
Glowczewski, Barbara. 1991. Du Rêve. La Loi Chez Les Aborigènes. Mythes, rites et organisation sociale en Australie. Presses Universitaires de France. ISBN 2 13 0437451. [map near front: "L'Australie" with Warlmanpa as synonym of Warumungu.]
1993
Stotz, Gertrude. 1993. "Kurdungurlu got to drive Toyota": differential colonizing process among the Warlpiri. vii+264 leaves. Thesis (Ph.D.)--Deakin University.
1993
Sutton, Peter, Petronella Morel & David Nash. 1993. Muckaty Land Claim. Darwin: Northern Land Council.
1993
Paton, Robert. 1994. Speaking through stones: A study from northern Australia. World Archaeology 26.2,172–184. doi:10.1080/00438243.1994.9980271 http://www.jstor.org/stable/124851
1995
Sutton, Peter. 1995. Country. Aboriginal boundaries and land ownership in Australia. (Aboriginal History monograph 3.) Canberra: Aboriginal History Inc. 201pp. 29 cm. ISBN 0731521463 [comments by David Nash, North Central Australia section, pp.104-6]
1995
Nash, David. 1995. A few men in good seasons. Presented to The Australian Frontiers Conference, 20-22 April 1995, Longreach, organised by the Australian Studies Centre, University of Queensland.
1996
Nash, David. 1996. Donald Jupurrula Graham, pp.128-130 in Northern Territory Dictionary of Biography, Volume 3. Edited by David Carment & Helen J Wilson. Darwin: NTU Press. * appeared February 1997
1996
Sutton, Peter. 1996. The robustness of Aboriginal land tenure systems: underlying and proximate customary titles. Oceania 67.1(Sept),7-29.
1997
Aboriginal Land Commission. 1997. Warlmanpa (Muckaty Pastoral Lease) land claim no. 135. Report No. 51. Report and recommendations of the Aboriginal Land Commissioner Mr. Justice Gray, to the Minister for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Affairs and to the Administrator of the Northern Territory. Canberra :Australian Government Pub. Service. ISBN 0644397918. AGPS cat. no. 9610219.
1997
Central Land Council. Land Assessment and Planning Unit. Community Booklet 5.1 Land use Planning at Mangarlawurru. 9th October 1997
1998
Central Land Council. Land Assessment and Planning Unit. Community Booklet 5.2 What we are thinking about for our country. March 1998
1998
Central Land Council. Land Assessment and Planning Unit. Community Booklet 5.3 Planning for cattle: Nyappa matanjaku puliki nguru-ngka. May 1998
2001
Gunn, R. G. (Robert George) (Ben). 2001. Nyanya : rock art recording : field notes, March 2001.  ii+48pp.  AIATSIS Grant no. 2000/6457 * AIATSIS Library pMS 6054
2001
Bush Fruits. Anyinginyi Arts and Crafts Touring Exhbition. Curated by Brenda Runnegar. Tennant Creek: Anyinginyi Arts. February 2001. 18pp. ISBN 0-646-40976-X * 'Bush Tucker' by Alison Alder, p.5, includes some Warumungu and Warlmanpa terms
2001
Gambold, Nic. 2001. Participatory land assessment: integrating perceptions of country through mapping, pp.171-186 in Working on Country: Contemporary Indigenous Management of Australia’s Lands and Coastal Regions, ed. by Richard Baker, Jocelyn Davies, and Elspeth Young. Oxford University Press. * Kalumpurlpa area, including map in Figure 12.1 p.176
2001
Mulvaney, Ken. 2001. Snake sisters and their imprint on the landscape: sacred sites and the changing pattern of petroglyphs, in Ulm, S., J. Reid, C. Westcott, A. Ross, I. Lilley, L. Kirkwood and J. Prangnell (eds) Barriers, Borders, Boundaries: Program and Abstracts of the 2001 Australian Archaeological Association Annual Conference. Brisbane: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit, University of Queensland. * about "Warlmampa" site
2001
Mulvaney, Ken. 2001. Cultural images: the petroglyphs of a sandstone quarry, Helen Springs, Northern Territory, Australia. Rock Art Research: The Journal of the Australian Rock Art Research Association (AURA) 18.1,40–54. https://search.informit.com.au/documentSummary;dn=200111320;res=IELAPA
2002
Mulvaney, Ken and R.G. Gunn. 2002. Nyanya : the cultural markers of a sacred site, Helen Springs, N.T.  * AIATSIS Library MS 4281, Grant no. G2000/6457. 76 leaves : ill.(some col.), maps (some col.)
AIATSIS Library Annotation: Discusses the sacred Aboriginal site of Nyanya at Helen Springs; project outline; site affiliations - ownership, Dreaming traditions; study area - environment, location, description; methodology; rock art recordings; discussion - comparison of sites; survey areas, primary motifs, changes over time  
2002
Nash, David. 2002. Proving country, prospecting for places: re-visiting Karlantijpa country, pp.164-9 in Planning for Country. Cross-cultural approaches to decision-making on Aboriginal lands, ed. by Fiona Walsh and Paul Mitchell. Alice Springs: Jukurrpa Books (IAD Press). ix+203pp. ISBN 1864650370 © Central Land Council
2005
Stein, Pam & Hannah Moran. 2005. Town camp safety strategy. "Ladies talking in Tennant Creek". 54 pages. * "A report on the needs of Aboriginal women and children living in Town Camps in Tennant Creek." funded by Department of Family and Community ServicesSupported Accommodation Assistance Program (SAAP) * PDF dated 29/7/05, linked from http://www.facsia.gov.au/internet/facsinternet.nsf/aboutfacs/programs/house-newsaap_research.htm * p.22 "Warlmanpa", p.45: "Warlmanpa, Warmunba"
2006
Storyline Australia: Bush School. SBS, 28 September 2006. * about the school at Mungalawurru community * features Sandra and Colin Baker, schoolteachers * was at http://www20.sbs.com.au/storylineaustralia/index.php?pg=doc&id=50&ax=ar * WebChat after broadcast: https://web.archive.org/web/20070630190230/http://www8.sbs.com.au/saforum/viewtopic.php?t=138
2011
Rennie, Ellie. 2011. Home internet for remote Indigenous Communities. A consumer research report by the ARC Centre of Excellence for Creative Industries and Innovation, the Centre for Appropriate Technology and the Central Land Council. 77 page PDF. Sydney: Australian Communications Consumer Action Network. http://apo.org.au/node/30427 http://apo.org.au/resource/home-internet-remote-indigenous-communities-0
2011
Rennie, Ellie. 2011. Internet on the outstation. Inside Story 9 May 2011. http://insidestory.org.au/internet-on-the-outstation * Mungalawurru outstation; photo of Clinton Walker and Miles Lauder
2013
Mulvaney, Ken. 2013. Iconic imagery: Pleistocene rock art development across northern Australia. Quaternary International 285,99–110. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.quaint.2011.07.020
2016
Rennie, Ellie, Eleanor Hogan, Robin Gregory, Andrew Crouch, Alyson Wright and Julian Thomas. 2016. Internet on the Outstation: The Digital Divide and Remote Aboriginal Communities. No. 19. 228 pages. Print on Demand. Amsterdam: Institute of Network Cultures. ISBN: 978-94-92302-07-6.
http://issuu.com/instituteofnetworkcultures/docs/tod19-issuu?e=3130431/36283282 http://networkcultures.org/blog/publication/no-19-internet-on-the-outstation-the-digital-divide-and-remote-aboriginal-communities/ * Mungalawurru is one of the 3 outstations studied; a preliminary survey included Ali Curung
2016
Josephine’s double delight. LRNCA 6.2(August 2016),17  * Josephine Grant's photo 'Burning Warlmanpa Country'
2016
Maurice Blackburn Lawyers. 'Being Heard' [advertisement]. Guardian labs Online 8 August 2016.
https://www.theguardian.com/maurice-blackburn-fair-is-for-all including
https://www.theguardian.com/maurice-blackburn-fair-is-for-all/2016/aug/08/muckaty-station-a-victory-of-resilience-and-respect
http://www.theguardian.com/maurice-blackburn-fair-is-for-all/ng-interactive/2016/aug/08/the-fight-for-muckaty-station * about nuclear waste dump
2017
Sherman, Louise and Christobel Mattingley (eds). 2017. Our mob, God's story : Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists share their faith. Art selection by Max Conlon, Gail Naden, Glenny Naden and Inawantji Scales. Sydney, NSW : Bible Society Australia https://trove.nla.gov.au/version/243355458 * 'Walmanpa': Susan Nakamarra Nelson, pp108-9, pp170-1
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