AIATSIS Bibliography - Ngadjuri language and people.
Landscape Archaeology and Indigenous Nation Building in Ngadjuri Country by Kylie Lower, 2009.
Ngadjuri Astronomy by Paul Curnow.
The night skies of the Orroroo district by Paul Curnow.
Mobile language team. Ngadjuri.
Berndt, Ronald and Vogelsang, T. Comparative vocabularies of the Ngadjuri and Dieri tribes, South Australia, 1941.
Le Brun, Samuel. ‘No. 66.-Port Pirie, forty miles east of’ in Curr, Edward Micklethwaite in The Australian Race: Its origin, languages, customs…vol 2. 1886. Also available online.
Waria-Read, Pat et al. Ngadjuri wordlist, 2009.
Waria-Read, Pat and Gale, Mary-Anne. Ngadjuri picture dictionary, 2009.
Interviews with Irene Agius, Cora Sumner and Marlene Lindsay, Robert Buckskin, Robin Walker, Bobby Brown, Elaine Newchurch, Pam Sansbury and Irene Agius, Josie Agius and Vince Copley and Doreen Kartinyeri conducted by Sue Anderson and Fred Warrior.
To see descriptions all of the recordings in this project do an archival number search for OH 482.
Available on cassette and transcript at the State Library.
The Ngadjuri language lies in the mid north of the state of South Australia. Ngadjuri country incorporates the towns of Burra, Jamestown, Peterborough, Orroroo.
Anderson, Sue. Archaeological site survey of the mid-north of South Australia, 2000.
Chilman, JK. Barossa Valley Aboriginal heritage survey : pilot study, 1990.
Hossfeld, Paul S. The aborigines of South Australia : native occupation of the Eden Valley and Angaston districts, 1926.
Knight, Fran. Ngadjuri of the mid north of South Australia, 1996.
Simpson, Jane and Hercus, Luise (eds). History in portraits : biographies of nineteenth century South Australian Aboriginal people, 1998. Ch. 5 ‘Kudnarto’.
Tindale, Norman B. Two legends of the Ngadjuri tribe from the middle north of South Australia, 1937.
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