This printed assembly map on heavy drawing paper containing early data. 'Tribal' names and boundaries are recorded in red ink, coloured pencils and watercolour with notes in pencil added later. A note on the reverse reads: 'Map for Native Tribes'. Tindale signed and dated the map in india ink in 1929. Included is a reference to: '"The 1930 group" at Ooldea. Tribe from which Mrs [Daisy] Bates obtained Museum material'. Artifacts held by the South Australian Museum are identified.
Photocopy of an article from The Register, Adelaide, 5 July 1927 is attached. The article refers to Tindale's first address on 'Native Tribes of South Australia', delivered to a meeting of the Anthropological Society of South Australia. Scale 2 1/2 inches = 80 miles.
This item contains references to: South Australia.
Tindale Tribes: Antakirinja; Arabana; Aranda; Bunganditj; Dainggati; Dieri; Jadliaura; Jandruwanta; Jarildekald; Jauraworka; Jeljendi; Karanguru; Kaurna; Kokata; Kujani; Mandjindja; Maraura; Marulta; Mirning; Narangga; Nauo; Ngadjuri; Ngaiawang; Ngalea; Ngameni; Ngarkat; Ngurawola; Nukunu; Pangkala; Pindiini; Pitjandjara; Ramindjeri; Tirari; Wadikali; Wailpi; Wirangu; Wongkadjera; Wongkamala; Wongkanguru; Wongkumara.