Australian Aboriginal | Author: Herbert Basedow
The Australian Aboriginal, written in 1925, describes the ceremonial and day to day lives of traditional Aboriginal people, as witnessed by Herbert Basedow, who from 1903 travelled the most remote areas of Australia.
A must have historic piece of classic Australian Anthropology to add to your library.
Herbert Basedow was an Australian anthropologist, geologist, politician, explorer and medical practitioner. He was born in Kent Town, South Australia. His early education was in Adelaide, South Australia and Hanover, Germany
Author: Herbert Basedow
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