Aranda : OI08.

Aranda refers to a language group of separate cultural communities who live or lived in the central Australian desert. They are the Western Aranda, Northern Aranda, Eastern Aranda, Central Aranda, Upper Southern Aranda, and Lower Southern Aranda and are either extinct or have become assimilated.

Bibliographic Details
Corporate Author: Human Relations Area Files, inc.
Other Authors: Adam, Leonhard, 1891-1960., Basedow, Herbert, 1881-1933., Campbell, T. D., Chewings, Charles, 1859-1937., Cleland, John Burton, 1878-1971., Davies, E. Harold, Elkin, A. P. 1891-1979., Fry, H. K. 1886-1959., Maegraith, B. G. 1907-1989., Mathews, R. H. 1841-1918., Megaw, J. V. S., Megaw, M. Ruth., Murdock, George Peter, 1897-1985., Penniman, T. K. 1895-1977., Pink, Olive Muriel, 1884-1975., Porteus, S. D. 1883-1972., Róheim, Géza, 1891-1953., Schulze, Louis Gustav, 1851-1924., Strehlow, Carl., Spencer, Baldwin, 1860-1929., Strehlow, T. G. H. 1908-1978., Yallop, Colin.
Format: Book
Published: New Haven, Conn. : Human Relations Area Files, 1995-
Series:EHRAF world cultures. Oceania.
Online Access:CONNECT