The Macquarie Atlas of Indigenous Australia opens onto the landscape of Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander lives, from 60,000 years (or more) ago to the present time.
It covers many aspects of Indigenous life including culture, economics, the environment, land use and ownership, art, health, sport and education—an ideal companion to this website.
The core of maps is supplemented by explanatory text, as well as numerous diagrams and illustrations, including Indigenous artworks. A book well worth the investment.
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