Brown Men and Red Sand
Journeyings in Wild Australia
by Charles P. Mountford
(Abridged School Edition)
Angus and Robertson, 1968, black and white photographic plates, paperback
Good Condition, some edge and shelf wear, some rubbing and bumping to edges and corners, previous owners inscription and stamp on half title page, tape residue and markings on front and back endpapers, crumpling to covers (see photographs)
“Even yet the great majority of people do not realize that the culture and social customs of the Australian Aborigines are a unique survival from the distant past. What to us is only too often a treeless, desert waste, where the mirage mocks the weary traveller, is to them a homeland with a story or legend attached to every feature.
In the fascinating pages of Brown Men and Red Sand the author takes us back into the remote past, and enables us to share in daily life of a Stone Age people..”