ABORIGINAL LAND USE IN THE ARMIDALE AREA

ABORIGINAL LAND USE IN THE ARMIDALE AREA

SUZANNE HUDSON, BA (HONS), Dip AF&CC, JP Archaeologist

During 2003 a study of pre-European land use by Aboriginal people – the Anaiwan group of the Armidale area was undertaken. This study involved the movement of Aboriginal people across the environment using stone tools to mark the routes they used to forage, hunt, camp and manufacture both stone and wooden tools.

Date added: June 7th, 2018