Broadbeach Aboriginal Burial Ground by Laila Haglund

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Published by University of Queensland Press .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Ethnic studies,
  • Australia,
  • Australian aborigines,
  • Funeral customs and rites,
  • Queensland,
  • Broadbeach site, Australia

Book details

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages132
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7774281M
ISBN 100702208604
ISBN 109780702208607
OCLC/WorldCa2955209

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See search results for this author. Are you an author. Learn about Author Central Author: Laila Haglund. COLLECTION Broadbeach Aboriginal Burial Ground book The Broadbeach Aboriginal burial ground is located about 85 km south of Brisbane and about 2 km inland from the coastline as it was at the time of excavation.

Immediately prior to the first archaeological excavation init had been disturbed by soil robbing and dumping of waste building materials. An Aboriginal Burial Ground at Broadbeach, Queensland: Excavation Report.

Laila Haglund. Department of Anthropology and Sociology, University of Queensland, Brisbane. Search for more papers by this author.

Laila Haglund. Department of Anthropology and Sociology, University of Cited by: 7. An archaeological analysis of the Broadbeach Aboriginal burial ground / Laila Haglund University of Queensland Press St.

Lucia, Qld Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required. The Broadbeach burial ground was excavated in the mids () after its disturbance by local soil contractors (Haglund ).

Our own inquiries at Taroom examined, using noninvasive techniques, the location and nature of two cemeteries on the old Aboriginal reserve (L'Oste-Brown and Godwin ; L'Oste-Brown et al ). An archaeological analysis of the Broadbeach Aboriginal burial ground.

Lucia: University of Queensland Press. Google Scholar. Haslam, M. A Lang Park mystery: Analysis of remains from a 19th century burial in Brisbane, Queensland. Buy this book on publisher's site; Reprints and Permissions; Personalised recommendations. Cite. University of Queensland. Anchor Books, New York, NY.

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Lucia, Queensland. Google Scholar. Hewitt, Geoff () The former Russell Street Police Garage, Melbourne: a study in the application of documentary sources to. Archaeologists who excavated a Gold Coast Indigenous burial ground in the s have returned to the site to help locals mark the 50th anniversary of its discovery.

In Novemberhuman bones starting appearing in people's front yards in Broadbeach. For Ngarrindjeri tradition requires that all ancestral Broadbeach Aboriginal Burial Ground book should be left undisturbed in the ground where they were first buried (Mathews ). When the Federal Minister of Aboriginal Affairs was first made aware of burials as an issue on Hindmarsh Island, they were raised in association with what were described as archaeological sites.

Aboriginal burials are normally found as clusters of human bones eroding from the ground, or exposed during ground disturbance. Aboriginal customs for honouring and disposing of the dead varied greatly across Victoria, but burial was common.

THE BROADBEACH ABORIGINAL BURIAL GROUND: An Archaeological Analysis. H/C + D/W (Laila Haglund) 1st Edition This burial ground on Queensland's Gold Coast was discovered accidently and due to the fragile state of this burial ground, action had to be taken immediately to preserve it from further deterioration took over 4 years to complete.

MA, School of Archaeology and Anthropology, The Australian National University, February This thesis is a re-evaluation of the Broadbeach Aboriginal burial ground (from AD –AD ), the main aim being to distinguish patterns of social behaviour and identity previously unknown.

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Archaeological analysis of the Broadbeach Aboriginal burial ground. Lucia, Qld.: University of Queensland Press, © (OCoLC) Named Person: Australie (Cimetière aborigène) Broadbeach: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Laila Haglund.

Indigenous remains returned to the Broadbeach burial ground. Updated Novem Workers prepare a re-burial site for the return of Indigenous human remains. The Broadbeach burial ground was excavated in the mids () after its disturbance by local soil contractors (Haglund ).

Our own inquiries at Taroom examined, using noninvasive techniques, the location and nature of two cemeteries on the old Aboriginal reserve (L'Oste-Brown and Godwin ; L'Oste-Brown et al ).

Broadbeach Aboriginal Burial Ground excavation in the s (Haglund ). The examination of the two burials arose out of a larger regional study of settlement and subsistence at Cooloola (McNiven), which focuses on Holocene shell midden and stone.

BOOK REVIEWS ANDREW MARKUS Australian Archives, Canberra: records of the Department of External Affairs relating to The Broadbeach Aboriginal Burial Ground; Nicolas Peterson, Tribes and BomdQries in Australia; Janet Mathews, The l%~o Worlds of Jike Barker. PIPELINE SURVEY OF ABORIGINAL RELICS IN NORTHWESTERN.

An Aboriginal Burial Ground at Broadbeach, Queensland: Skeletal Material Article in The Australian Journal of Anthropology 6(12) - February with 54 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

The estate map has 3 estates for sale at Mermaid Beach and Broadbeach. The estates were divided in two by the "New Coastal Road" running through the Gold Coast. Broadbeach State School opened on 16 May Aboriginal burial ground.

Inbuilding works unearthed what was found to be an Aboriginal burial ground. The work represents the first controlled excavation of Aboriginal burials in southeast Queensland since Haglund’s Broadbeach Aboriginal Burial Ground excavation in the s (Haglund ). The examination of the two burials arose out of a larger regional study of settlement and subsistence at Cooloola (McNivenl), which focuses on.

The Broadbeach Burial Ground Excavation Commemoration takes place at Gold Coast and Hinterland Historical Society, 8 Elliott Street, Surfers Paradise on Sunday 15 November from 11am to pm. The cost is $ Please RSVP to Michael Aird, [email protected] or. The Broadbeach Aboriginal Burial Ground: An archaeological analysis.

St Lucia: Queensland University Press. Hale, H. The First Hundred Years of the Museum, The cemetery as symbol: The distribution of prehistoric Aboriginal burial grounds in southeast Australia. The estuary area around Little Tallebudgera Creek and the superb stretch of beach to the east was a feasting ground for the Kombumerri people.

Apart from movable feasts, evident from the surviving eugarie shell middens, archaeologists in the s uncovered an ancient aboriginal burial ground at Broadbeach. DATING ABORIGINAL RELICS For several reasons a comparison with the Broadbeach Aboriginal burial ground, km south-east of Kenilworth, seems valid.

Relationships between archaeological evidence and written records have been discussed in detail (Haglund-Calley ; Haglund, ). Many details of the burials are. what can happen when an Aboriginal burial or heritage site is threatened. The municipality of Oka planned to expand a golf course into the traditional territo-ry of the Mohawks of Kanasatake.

The land involved in the expansion was the site of an Aboriginal burial ground. The Mohawks occupied the Pines, part of the. Broadbeach remains one of the largest excavations of its kind anywhere in Australia (Bowdler and Clune ).

Laila went on to receive a MA (UQ) and PhD (Stockholm University) based on her excavations at Broadbeach; the report was published in Salvage excavation at Broadbeach. In Haglund (the only archaeologist in the state at the time) was asked by the University of Queensland to conduct salvage excavations on the Gold Coast at the Broadbeach Aboriginal burial ground.

The widespread alliance systems of Australian Aboriginal society had an economic and survival value in harsh environments, but in resource-rich areas such as South-east Queensland it is more a question of strategies for increasing regional carrying capacity.

The Broadbeach Aboriginal Burial Ground. Brisbane: University of Queensland Press. The Broadbeach Aboriginal Burial Ground. An Archaeological Analysis.

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Books. ing the relative importance of marine and tractors in Broadbeach is located ap-terrestrial foods in the diets of prehistoric proximately 3 km south of Surfer’s Paradise. populations who occupied coastal and adja- The site consists of an Aboriginal burial cent inland habitats.

However, because C 4 ground with no evidence for associated hab. If the address matches an existing account you will receive an email with instructions to retrieve your username. Haglund L. The Broadbeach Aboriginal burial ground.

Brisbane: University of Queensland Press. Haglund-Calley L. The Aboriginal burial ground at Broadbeach, Queensland. Mankind Haglund-Calley L. The relation between the Broadbeach burials and the cultures of eastern Australia [M.A.]: University of Queensland. Aboriginal people living in the coastal lowlands would have engaged Haglund reached this conclusion through archaeological studies of burial sites at Broadbeach and Bundall and a shell midden at Cascade Gardens (Broadbeach).

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Lucia, Queensland: University of Queensland Press. McBryde, Isabel (). "An Archaeological. Aboriginal burial ground Inbuilding works unearthed what was found to be an Aboriginal burial ground. An archaeological dig commenced under Laila Haglund, who was under the supervision of the University of Queensland, and the remains of more than Aboriginal people of the Kombumerri clan of the Yugambeh people were (s): City of Gold Coast.

Haglund, Laila The Broadbeach Aboriginal Burial Ground: An archaeological analysis, University of Queensland Press, St Lucia. Hanihara, K Statistical and Comparative Studies of the Australian Aboriginal Dentition, University of Tokyo, Tokyo.

This study forms part of a larger anthropological investigation of the Ngaraangbal Aboriginal Tribe\u27s ancestral burial ground at Broadbeach, Australia.

It examines the dentition, records the associated pathology in a noninvasive manner, and relates this to the likely subsistence diet of the tribe.had their origins in Aboriginal culture. Pimpama oombabah Few significant traditional sites exist today on the Gold Coast.

The Kombumerri people have a burial ground at a site at Broadbeach and there is a bora ring site, the Jebbribillum an area around the headland at Burleigh Heads which is a significant to Kombumerri people and the Yugambeh.Before the arrival of Europeans, southeast Queensland was the home of Aboriginal people who lived in extended family groups.

These groups, sometimes referred to as clans, formed part of larger communities of people who spoke the same language. The Kombumerri people have a burial ground at a site at Broadbeach and there is a bora ring site.

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