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Small AIATSIS map of Indigenous Australia Poster
David Horton (ed.)
Product Description
A flat landscape print of the AIATSIS map of Indigenous Australia.
Measuring: (297x420mm)

The side panel on the map displays a brief history of the map, a statement from AIATSIS and the ISBN and copyright attribution. Side panel width: 100 mm.

This map is also available in Medium and Large Poster Sizes. As well as multiple folded pocket size formats.

The Aboriginal Australia map (edited by David Horton) is copyright AIATSIS.

To learn more visit Aboriginal Australia map (ASP web page)

This item will be rolled for postage in a tube. The cost of freight will vary depending on the amount of items in your order.
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Questions (2)
Hi, does the map also show the boundaries of Noongar land, Murri, Koorie, etc?

Thank you for your enquiry. Unfortunately the map doesn't show a clear boundary of terms like “Noongar, Murri, koorie” etc. There are no boundaries on those terms because they are generic terms that have no basis in specific kin or language. They do not necessarily denote specific language or other boundaries, rather, they are general regional terms. Here below is some more information about the map: The map is an attempt to represent the language, tribal or nation groups of the Aboriginal peoples of Australia. Aboriginal groups were included on the map based on the published resources available between 1988 and 1994 which determine the cultural, language and trade boundaries and relationships between groups. The map was developed along with the Encyclopedia of Aboriginal Australia as part of a research project. The Encyclopedia of Aboriginal Australia is available in libraries and contains more detailed information about the groups represented on the map. The map was produced for a general reading audience. The map is not definitive and is not the only information available which maps language and social groups. See also AUSTLANG. The information on which the map is based is contested and may not be agreed to by some traditional custodians. The borders between groups are purposefully represented as slightly blurred. They do not claim to be exact. The map was produced before native title legislation and is not suitable for use in native title or other land claims. Feel free to contact us if you have other questions. Best regards ASP Support Team

where is the wallet size map please where is the folded map

Hi there, If you search 'map' in the right corner of our online shop, you can see all sizes of folded maps in the first row. Hope this helps. Best regards Jenny