) for subscribed members which is published in December of each year. 1 – March 1983 Table of Contents PETRA AND PALMYRA – by Dr F. 8 – October 1982 Table of Contents TAIGA AND TIGER SIBERIA BEFORE THE RUSSIANS – by Andrew Hughes Journal Volume 20 No. 6 – August 1982 Table of Contents REVIEW OF SOME RECENT ANTHROPOLOGICAL WORKS ON AUST. 8 – October 1981 Table of Contents ARCHAEOLOGY OF THE SOUTHERN ADELAIDE REGION PART 2 – SITES AND SEQUENCES – by Valerie Campbell Journal Volume 19 No.
The journal is currently listed on Uhlrichsweb and the 2015 ERA journal list. The journal primarily publishes articles relating to Indigenous Australian anthropology, archaeology, history and linguistics although broader topics related to all of these disciplines may also be included. 7 – September 1981 Table of Contents PRESERVING SOUTH AUSTRALIA’S ABORIGINAL HERITAGE – by Rosemary A Buchan.
He has a remarkably limited range of vocals confined to two tunes recorded by singing trombone players.Many will remember the band from their student days when the Stompers were a leading part of the Dixieland jazz revival in Wellington. Howard has many years experience with our style of music and brings the added dimension of rhythm to the excitement of the band.From 1975 they featured every Wednesday evening for 13 years in what was then the Western Park Tavern in Thorndon. Roger Metcalfe, (sousaphone) has been with the group for nearly 40 years. He also leads the group on stage and does 99.99% of the vocals.The records of the Department of Physics date from 1887 to 1988, with the bulk of the material dating from the chairmanship of Gerhard Dieke in 1949 through the chairmanship of George Owen in the late 1960s.The record group is subdivided as follows: Included in this record group are original blueprints and drafts for various prototypes of spectrographic equipment that were being developed in the department.