The Beckoning West: The Story of H. S. Trotman and the Canning Stock Route
Angus and Robertson, 1966 - Canning Stock Route (W.A.) - 220 pages
Appendix 4 gives list of native waters and bores and wells sunk by members of Canning Stock Route party in 1908-10; p.58; Art of tracking described; p.75; Sandals made by natives found at Roy Hill; description of corroboree - songmen, dancers bodies decorated with paint and glued on down; p.87; Cooking of kangaroo described; p.88; Treatment of injuries; p.90; Brief description of circumcision method at initiation ceremony; p.127; Painted caves at Killagurra noted; method of catching spinifex rats described.
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