Incorporates physical description and nutritional information

Typescript, first carbon. Report by G Sweeney. Botanical name is incuded in index if it can be determined.

Dates and people/organisations mentioned in the story. Southern Wailbris, Wodagi (Wild orange), Wijirk (Wild fig), Mugagi or Moiyu (Desert plum), Yau-wulyuru (Berries), Manugiji (Konkaberry), Wonugiji (Desert tomato), Garrarrba (Desert raisin), Yubuli (Marsdenia australis, Desert banana), Yala (Desert yam), Wodidi (Yam), Janamra (Aranda Yelka), Bangguna (Seeds), Mulga seed (Witchetty seed), Boomerangs, grass seeds, Yugaraja seeds, Wong-una seed, Yulum-bura seeds, Wogadi (or Wai-ali (Pigface family) seeds, Gan-din-ba seeds, Wild honey, Emu Eggs, Bloodwood apples (Cystococcus pomiformis and Corymbia terminalis), Witchetty grubs, Kangaroo, Euro, Wallaby, Walbajeri (Kangaroo rat family), Mala (Kangaroo rat family), Bagaru (Desert rat), Jung-un-ba (Desert mouse), Possum, Emu, Goanna, Printhe, Carpet snake (Morelia spilota), rabbits (Oryctolagus cuniculus), Australian Aboriginal water sources and rainfall records (Coniston station 1938-1944, Mt Doreen station 1933-1943, The Granites 1937-1944), rainfall and Australian Aboriginal food supply, Wailbri tribe (Australian Aboriginal people), Mr Braitling, recommendation for Aboriginal reserve.

Other copies; perhaps draft, amended or published, or in German (AA 662/87), may be available in the various correspondence series.

Tindale Tribes: Wailpi.

CreatorPastor Friedrich Wilhelm Albrecht
ControlAA 662/86/2/16
Date Range1933  -  1944
Quantity   8   Correspondence pages
Series AA 662/086