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DH10_A12_01
These clips were designed by researcher DH herself to elicit boundary crossing events in motion descriptions. It is an animated ppt presentation consisting of 10 different slides: 1) The car went out of the fence/door 2) The car into the fence/door 3) The girl walked into the fence/door 4) The girl walked out of the fence/door 5) The kangaroo jumped out of the fence/door
ES97_A01_03_ActingMad
Attempt at eliciting talk about “mad” actions, talking about retarded boy; spontaneous discourse related to fishing.
ES08_A15_01
Support statement for ESB by DB in Jaminjung.
ES09_A01_02_All_new_scenes_cont
All-new scenes elicited with toy figures/animals, continued from ES09_A01_01. Photos of configurations included.
ES08_A10_01_Murder
Story about a murder near Legune when the speakers were very young.
FM09_16_3
We started on the highway near Spice Creek collecting bush tea (pujtilip). Then we went to the other side of the highway looking for 'tirnung' which is the sap of bloodwood 'jartpurru' tree. We couldn't find any. We headed back to Kalkaringi and got some 'lawa' and 'yirrijkaji' from the side of the highway near the first bridge. Afterwards we got some firewood from the side of the Daguragu road in two places.
CS06_a049_05
Jilgirr. Children are around and are heard on recording at times. Lexical elicitation: Fish GW uses binders with pictures. Each picture is circulated around participants and information about names, uses etc is recorded.
FM08_09_2
We started on the highway near Spice Creek collecting bush tea (pujtilip). Then we went to the other side of the highway looking for 'tirnung' which is the sap of bloodwood 'jartpurru' tree. We couldn't find any. We headed back to Kalkaringi and got some 'lawa' and 'yirrijkaji' from the side of the highway near the first bridge. Afterwards we got some firewood from the side of the Daguragu road in two places.
CS05_a001_02
There is a corroborree at One-mile, with some singing and dancing( only male). The main singers are ER and LR. Many people are present, maybe 20 all together. link to video recording?
ES08_A11_02_Stationlife_cont
Life and work on Auvergne Station and during holidays. DB's granddaughter NB is also present. Cont. from ES08_A11_01; cont. on ES08_A11_03
FM08_090
We started on the highway near Spice Creek collecting bush tea (pujtilip). Then we went to the other side of the highway looking for 'tirnung' which is the sap of bloodwood 'jartpurru' tree. We couldn't find any. We headed back to Kalkaringi and got some 'lawa' and 'yirrijkaji' from the side of the highway near the first bridge. Afterwards we got some firewood from the side of the Daguragu road in two places.
FM08_066
We started on the highway near Spice Creek collecting bush tea (pujtilip). Then we went to the other side of the highway looking for 'tirnung' which is the sap of bloodwood 'jartpurru' tree. We couldn't find any. We headed back to Kalkaringi and got some 'lawa' and 'yirrijkaji' from the side of the highway near the first bridge. Afterwards we got some firewood from the side of the Daguragu road in two places.
CS07_a055_04
Sitting at Gilwi Camp. This is a false start. M. Ziembicki from Park and Wildlife has brought along a collection of stuffed animals to help and clarify the names of small mammals and marsupial including small rodents and bats.
CS07_a081_03
Checking the names of implements and tools with DR, JM, ERa, DB, JoJ, CP and ethnobotanist GW at Campbell Spring, Walurrmingan
CS07_a078_04
Sitting at Libili. Checking the names of trees and plants with DR, JoJ, JM, ERa, , DB and MR, .and ethnobotanist GW at Libili. Continuation of previous session. GW is using his notes colllected during previous sessions to check the names and uses of plants and trees. From rosella (rwajgany) to bottle tree. Also present are children and DB's daughter.
RN90_014
We started on the highway near Spice Creek collecting bush tea (pujtilip). Then we went to the other side of the highway looking for 'tirnung' which is the sap of bloodwood 'jartpurru' tree. We couldn't find any. We headed back to Kalkaringi and got some 'lawa' and 'yirrijkaji' from the side of the highway near the first bridge. Afterwards we got some firewood from the side of the Daguragu road in two places.
CS06_a052_03
Garani, near Ranger's Park. ER's grandson, Ayden, is also present. Lexical elicitation. birds GW uses binders with pictures. Each picture is circulated around participants and information about names, uses etc is recorded.
ES08_A09_03
Checking and follow-up of ES08_A04_02: traditional ways of making spear heads from kattamarlga quartz flakes, obtaining them after a bushfire; and looking for the stones in vain these days.
ES12_A07_09_diet
Describing a sugar-free diet – what not to eat
CS07_a080_02
Checking the names of trees and plants with DR, JM, ERa, DB, JoJ and ethnobotanist GW at Victoria River Crossing. Continuation of previous session. GW is checking his notes collected during previous sessions.The session is followed by a drive to find some of the trees in the bush. From tree orchid to mangrove.