Series 5 - Publications - Tasmanian Stone Implements and Aborigines
Pitt Rivers Museum, University of Oxford


Date Range1891 - 1931, Most 1891-1909, 1931
Quantity6 volumes
ProvenanceWestlake, Ernest (1855-1922)
Description

This series comprises six published papers concerning Tasmanian stone implements, Aborigines and the scientific community in Tasmania. Most seem to have been collected by Ernest Westlake prior to leaving for Tasmania or collected while in Tasmania. The publication of 1931, which postdates Westlake's death in 1922, would appear to have been added to the collection by someone else (possibly Henry Balfour who studied the Westlake Collection from 1923).

The folio numbers shown in the 'Control' field under each item were assigned by Rebe Taylor in 2000.


Inventory Listing

Report of Proceedings of the Annual Conference
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Australian Natives Association, Tasmanian Board of Directors, Report of Proceedings of the Annual Conference Held at Masonic Hall, Queenstown [Tasmania] on Saturday 10 April 1909

Creator Westlake, Ernest (1855-1922)
Control Folio 10
Date range 10 April 1909    Quantity 0.5 cm, 1 volume
Formats General Publications
Inventory Identifier WEST00029 Box Number 3 Location Pitt Rivers Museum: Manuscript Collections, Westlake Papers Series 5
Notes on Tasmanian Amorpholites
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'Notes on Tasmanian Amorpholites' from Proceedings of the Royal Society of Tasmania, 1906/1907

Creator Westlake, Ernest (1855-1922)
Control Folio 11
Date range 1906 - 1907    Quantity 0.5 cm, 1 volume
Formats General Publications
Inventory Identifier WEST00030 Box Number 3 Location Pitt Rivers Museum: Manuscript Collections, Westlake Papers Series 5
Type of "Tronattas" or Stone Implements used by the Aborigines of Tasmania
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Hambly, Wilfrid D. 1931: 'Type of "Tronattas" or Stone Implements used by the Aborigines of Tasmania', reprinted from American Anthropologist, 33, ( 1), Jan-March

Creator Westlake, Ernest (1855-1922)
Control Folio 12
Date range 1931    Quantity 0.3 cm, 1 volume
Formats General Publications
Inventory Identifier WEST00031 Box Number 3 Location Pitt Rivers Museum: Manuscript Collections, Westlake Papers Series 5
History of the Royal Society of Tasmania - 1895
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History of the Royal Society of Tasmania, with Portraits of the President, Council, and Secretary, Hobart, December 30, 1895

Creator Westlake, Ernest (1855-1922)
Control Folio 13
Date range 30 December 1895    Quantity 0.3 cm, 1 volume
Formats General Publications
Inventory Identifier WEST00032 Box Number 3 Location Pitt Rivers Museum: Manuscript Collections, Westlake Papers Series 5
The Aboriginal Designations for Stone Implements
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Noetling, Fritz, 1908: 'The Aboriginal Designations for Stone Implements', read 12 October 1908, Royal Society of Tasmania, printed in Hobart.

Creator Westlake, Ernest (1855-1922)
Control Folio 14
Date range 1908    Quantity 0.5 cm, 1 volume
Formats General Publications
Inventory Identifier WEST00033 Box Number 3 Location Pitt Rivers Museum: Manuscript Collections, Westlake Papers Series 5
A Chat About Aborigines of Tasmania: with some reflections on the subject
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'A Chat About Aborigines of Tasmania: with some reflections on the subject. - [A lecture delivered at the Memorial Hall, Hobart, October 30th 1891.] - Also, Some notes on the shell-mounds at Little Swanport. - [A paper read before the Royal Society of Tasmania, October 19th 1891] by Alfred J. Taylor, Librarian, Tasmanian Public Library’, printed in Hobart.

Creator Westlake, Ernest (1855-1922)
Control Folio 15
Date range 1891    Quantity 0.5 cm, 1 volume
Formats General Publications
Inventory Identifier WEST00034 Box Number 3 Location Pitt Rivers Museum: Manuscript Collections, Westlake Papers Series 5

Published by the The University of Melbourne eScholarship Research Centre and the Pitt Rivers Museum, Oxford, August 2010
Listed by Rebe Taylor, with Michael Jones and Gavan McCarthy
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Updated 14 February 2017
http://web.esrc.unimelb.edu.au/WEST/WESS05.htm

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