The language of the Birrbay, Guringay and Warrimay
This document is an essay on the reconstruction of the grammar of the language known as Awabakal.
This book briefly explores the ancient and modern culture of Aboriginal People in NSW including topics such as Spiritual Life, Art and Decoration and Cultural Sites.
The project to recover the language now known as Awabakal is based almost entirely on the admirable philological work carried out by the missionary the Reverend Lancelot Edward Threlkeld.
Australian Aboriginal mysticism explained and explored.
William Blandowski's Illustrated Encyclopaedia of Aboriginal Australia.
The Awabakal Dictionary - Community Edition (ADCE) comprises of two dictionaries: The Illustrated Awabakal Dictionary (IAD) and The Awabakal English to Awabakal Dictionary (AEAD).
The Body Language Resource Book is a great introduction to the Awabakal Language. Have fun learning all the Awabakal names of the different Body Parts.
The Wildlife Resource Book is a great introduction to the Awabakal Language. Have fun learning all the Awabakal names of the different animals.
Gumbaynggirr Language Student Workbook 1
Gumbaynggirr Language Student Workbook 2
Gumbaynggirr Language Student Workbook 3
The aim of this document is to gather together in one place the collected writings ofthose who have recorded the narratives and lore of the Aboriginal people called the Awabakal.
Revitalising a language from historical sources.
Gumbaynggirr Bijaarr Jandaygam, Ngaawa Gugaarrigam
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