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'They camped here always': 'Archaeologies of attachment' in a seascape context at Wardang Island (Waraldi/Wara-dharldhi) and Point Pearce Peninsula (Burgiyana), South Australia

'They camped here always': 'Archaeologies of attachment' in a seascape context at Wardang Island (Waraldi/Wara-dharldhi) and Point Pearce Peninsula (Burgiyana), South Australia
'They camped here always': 'Archaeologies of attachment' in a seascape context at Wardang Island (Waraldi/Wara-dharldhi) and Point Pearce Peninsula (Burgiyana), South Australia
14-22
Fowler, Madeline
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Roberts, Amy
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McKinnon, Jennifer
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O'Loughlin, Clem
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Graham, Fred
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Fowler, Madeline
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Roberts, Amy
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McKinnon, Jennifer
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O'Loughlin, Clem
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Graham, Fred
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Fowler, Madeline, Roberts, Amy, McKinnon, Jennifer, O'Loughlin, Clem and Graham, Fred (2014) 'They camped here always': 'Archaeologies of attachment' in a seascape context at Wardang Island (Waraldi/Wara-dharldhi) and Point Pearce Peninsula (Burgiyana), South Australia. Australasian Historical Archaeology, 32, 14-22.

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Published date: 2014

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Local EPrints ID: 433593
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/433593
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Author: Madeline Fowler
Author: Amy Roberts
Author: Jennifer McKinnon
Author: Clem O'Loughlin
Author: Fred Graham

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