'World Aeronautical Chart', 1965, third edition. Handwritten names and boundary lines show 'tribal' distribution in coastal Western Australia from Collier Bay and King Sound in north to near Wallal in south. Includes Broome and the Fitzroy River mouth east to near Fitzroy Crossing and Glenroy. Aboriginal place names are recorded in india ink, pen and pencil. A map note reads: 'Malays anchored here and aborigines carried water for them (J. p.255)'.
This item contains references to: Western Australia.
Tindale Tribes: Baada; Djaberadjabera; Djaui; Djugun; Jaudjibaia; Jawuru; Karadjari; Kitja; Konejandi; Mangala; Ngarinjin; Ngombal; Nimanburu; Njangamarda; Njikena; Njulnjul; Ongkarango; Ongkomi; Ola; Punaba; Umede; Walmadjari; Warwa; Worora.