Aboriginal groupings of Western Australia

Aboriginal groupings of Western Australia

:"See also Aboriginal history of Western Australia and Timeline of Aboriginal history of Western Australia"

This is an overview of Australian Aboriginal kinship groupings within Western Australia, at various stages writers have tended to ascribe the term "tribe" and other terms,

* Noongar - occupying the area of the South West Agricultural Division of Western Australia - impacted from 1827 onwards, and today represented by the South West Aboriginal Land and Sea Council.

It includes five cultural groups::* Perth Type: Matrilineal moieties and totemic clans. Patrilineal local descent groups. Includes Amangu, Yued, Wadjuk, Binjareb, Wardandi, Ganeang and Wilmen.::* Nyakinyaki Type: Alternate generational levels similar to Western Desert type, with patrilineal local descent groups. Includes Balardong and Nyakinyaki.::* Bibelmen type: Patrilineal moieties and patrilineal local descent groups. Includes Bibulmen and Mineng.::* Wudjari type: similar to Nyakinyaki except they have named patrilineal totemic local descent groups.::* Nyunga type: similar to Wangai with two endogamous named divisions (Bee-eater and King fisher), in which marriage took place within one's own division but children were in the opposite, modified from the Western Desert system. Includes Nyunga.

* Yamatji - occupying the Murchison, Gascoyne and Pilbara Regions of Western Australia - impacted from 1840s onwards, represented today by the Yamatji Bana Baaba Marlpa Land and Sea Council.

::* Nganda type:Patrilineal totemic local descent groups, no moieties or sections. Includes Nganda and Nandu.::* Inggadi-Badimaia gtype: Sections not well defined, Patrilineal totemic local clans grouped into larger divisions. Includes Inggada, Dadei, Malgada, Ngugan, Widi, Badimaia, Wadjari, and Goara.::* Djalenji-Maia type: Sections corelaed with kin terms, Matrilineal descent groups. Includes Noala, Djalenji, Yinigudira, Baiyungu, Maia, Malgaru, Dargari, Buduna, Guwari, Warianga, Djiwali, Djururu, Nyanu, Bandjima, Inawongga, Gurama, Binigura and Guwari.::* Nyangamada type: Sections with indirect matrilineal descent, with patrilineal local descent groups. Includes Bailgu, Indjibandji, Mardudunera, Yaburara, Ngaluma, Gareira, Nyamal, Ngala, and Nyangamada.

* Wankai or Wongai - occupying the Goldfields and Nullarbor regions of Western Australia impacted from 1880s onwards, represented today by the Goldfields Land and Sea Aboriginal Council Corporation.::* Galamaia-Gelago type: Like Nyunga, but practicing circumcision. Includes Galamaia, Ngurlu, Maduwongga, and Gelago.::* Mirning Type: Patrilineal local totemic descent groups, No moieties or sections. Similar to the Western Desert type. Includes Ngadjunmaia, Mirning.

* Kimberley peoples -in the Kimberley region - speaking a variety of languages and impacted from 1870s onwards, represented today by the Kimberley Land Council.

::* Garadjeri type: As for Nyangamada. Includes Garadjeri, Mangala, Yaoro, Djungun, Ngombal, Djaberadjabera, and Nyulnyul.::* Bardi type. Patrilineal local descent groups, no moieties or sections. Includes Warwar, Nimanburu, Ongarang, Djaul Djaui.::* Ungarinyin type: Patrilineal. Includes Umedi, Wungemi, Worora, Wunumbul

* Ngaanyatjarra - occupying the Central Desert region - and being much less impacted than the other Aboriginal groups of Western Australia.


Further reading

* Bates, Daisy (1985) "The native tribes of Western Australia"(edited by Isobel White). Canberra : National Library of Australia. ISBN 0642993335
* Davidson, Daniel Sutherland, (1938) "An ethnic map of Australia "Philadelphia : American Philosophical Society. p. 649-679 Reprint of Philadelphia : Proceedings of the American Philosopical Society, Vol. 79, no. 4, 1938. and "A preliminary register of Australian tribes and hordes", by D.S. Davidson. Philadelphia (Pa.), 1938. Published by the American Philosophical Society.
*Douglas, Wilfrid H. "The Aboriginal Languages of the South-West of Australia", Canberra: Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies, 1976. ISBN 0-85575-050-2
*Green, Neville, "Broken spears: Aborigines and Europeans in the Southwest of Australia", Perth: Focus Focus Education Services, 1984. ISBN 0-9591828-1-0
*Haebich, Anna, "For Their Own Good: Aborigines and Government in the South West of Western Australia 1900 - 1940", Nedlands: University of Western Australia Press, 1992. ISBN 1875560149.
* Tindale, Norman B. (1974) "Aboriginal tribes of Australia : their terrain, environmental controls, distribution, limits, and proper names (with an appendix on Tasmanian tribes by Rhys Jones). Canberra : Australian National University Press. ISBN 0708107419

ee also

*Timeline of Aboriginal history of Western Australia

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