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Title South Australia Illustrated
Author(s) French Angus, George
Section Section III: The Visible Empire
Date 1847
Document Type Printed Book
Place of Publication London
Publisher Thomas McLean
Library British Library
Reference Cup.653.m.24
Region Australasia
Names George French Angus, Mintalta (plate LIX), Tyilkilli (plate LIX)
Places Australia, South Australia, Adelaide (plates I, XLI), Yankallillah (plates II, XXIX), Moorundi (plate III), Port Adelaide (plate VII), Klemsic (plate XII), Port Lincoln (plate XIII), Boston Bay (plate XIII), Encounter Bay (plates XVI, LVI), Rapid Bay (plates XXI, XXXIX), Glen Stuart (plates XXIII, LVII), Angaston (plate XXVIII), Kapunda (plate XXXI), Portland Bay (plate XXXVI), Rivoli Bay (plate XXXVIII), Penguin Island (plate XXXVIII), Bethany (plate LX), Goolwa, Hindmarsh Island (plate LII), Barossa Range (plates LIII, LVIII)
Topics travel writing, South Australia, Aborigines, Indigenous peoples, subscribers to South Australia Illustrated, landscape, general remarks on the Aboriginal inhabitants of South Australia, cannibalism, custom, ceremonies, natural history, landscapes, marriage, polygamy, children, infanticide, the city of Adelaide from the reed beds (plate I), grass trees at Yankallillah, with the red kangaroo (plate II), the River Murray above Moorundi (plate III), Crater of Mount Schanck (plate IV), dress, portraits of the Aboriginal inhabitants (plates V, VIII, XI, XVIII, XXII, XXIV, XXVII, XXX, XXXII, XXXV, XXXIV, XL, XLII, XLVII), native weapons and implements (plate VI), Port Adelaide (VII), Scene on the Coorung (plate IX), view from Mount Lofty (plate X), Klemsic (plate XII), Port Lincoln (XIII), Lynedoch Valley (plate XIV), The Kuri dance (plate XV), The Palti dance (plate XV), Encounter Bay (plate XVI), Mount Gambier (plate XVII), kangaroo hunting in the scrub (plate XIX), Waungerri Lake and The Marble Range (plate XX), coast scene near Rapid Bay (plate XXI), lower falls of Glen Stuart (plate XXIII), the River Murray, near Lake Alexandrina (plate XXV), old gum tree on the Gawler (plate XXVI), Angaston (plate XXVIII), the gorge at Yankallillah (plate XXIX), Arthur's Station (plate XXIX), the Kapunda copper mine (XXXI), Currakalinga (plate XXXIII), The Devil's Punch Bowl (XXXIV), Native equipment at Portland Bay (plate XXXIV), Entomology of South Australia (plate XXXVII, L), Sea Mouth of The Murray (plate XLIII), Lake Albert (XLIV), Cape Jervis (XLV), Interior of the principle crater of Mount Gambier (plate XLVI), Entomology of South Australia, Orthoptera (plate XLVIII), Yattagolinga (plate XLIX), the Aboriginal Inhabitants: Native implements and domestic economy (plate LI), The Goolwa with part of Hindmarsh Island (plate LII), View from Hall's Gulley, looking over Angus Park (LIII), view on the Barossa Surveys, looking north, towards German Pass (plate LIII), the departure of Captain Sturt on his expedition into the Interior (plate LIV), South Australian Botany (plate LV), encampment of native women near Cape Jervis (plate LVI), natives of Encounter Bay (plate LVI), Falls of Glen Stuart on Moriatta Creek (plate LVII), from the Barossa looking over part of Angas Park, the Gawler Plains in the distance (plate LVIII), North-West bend of the Gawler (plate LVIII), the Aboriginal inhabitants: Mintalta and Tyilkilli (plate LIX), Bethany (plate LX)