By I. Kepars
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Josephine Flood. Brisbane: University of Queensland Press, 1993. rev. ed. 373p. maps. bibliog. This book is a comprehensive guide to Aboriginal prehistoric sites in Australia. It tells the traveller where to see sites that have rock art and other clues to early Aboriginal occupation. There are maps, sketches and explanations throughout the book. In 1983 the author published a general overview of Australian archaeology entitled Archaeology of the dreamtime. 49 Burnum Burnum's Aboriginal Australia: a traveller's guide.
Bushfires are an inescapable part of life in Australia beyond the suburban fringes. This is a comprehensive and thoroughly researched work by an American environmental historian about how fire has shaped the Australian environment. 28 The Simpson Desert: natural history and human endeavour. M. Shephard. Adelaide: Royal Geographical Society of Australasia (South Australian Branch) and Giles Publications, 1992. 174p. maps. bibliog. The Simpson Desert is a vast area of uninhabitable arid land 147,000 square kilometres in extent situated mainly in the Northern Territory and stretching from a point some 80 kilometres north of the Tropic of Capricorn to beyond the borders of South Australia and Queensland.
Compiled and written by R. M. Younger. Melbourne: Hutchinson, 1988. 247p. A collection of images of the kangaroo from the 16th century to the present. There are hundreds of illustrations, ranging from reproductions of historic colour plates to cartoons. The text can best be described as an anecdotal history of the Australian character. There is much browsing enjoyment in this volume. 15 Uncertain beginnings: debates in Australian Studies. Edited by Gillian Whitlock and Gail Reekie. Brisbane: University of Queensland Press, 1993.
Australia (World Bibliographical Series) by I. Kepars