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Archival Resources Details Printed Materials
- File Title
- Printed Materials
- National Centre for Indigenous Genomics
- Date Range
- 1967 - 1968
This file contains: a page torn from Nature, Vol 218, April 13, 1968, p 113. Congress and the 'Hidden War'; a page reprinted from American Anthropology, Vol 70, No. 3, June 1968. The Biology of Human Adaptability. Paul T. Baker and J.S. Weiner, eds. Reviewed by Carleton S. Coon; A copy of Nordisk Medicin. Nr 13, 1968. P405-444; Summary of Aboriginal Research Northern Territory, Bulletin No. 15, 1st July-30th September 1967; Reprint from The Medical Journal of Australia, 1966, 1: 972 (June 4). Weight and Height Curves for Australian Aboriginal Infants and Children by Ellen S. Kettle (Commonwealth Department of Health, Darwin); Report on Papunya Survey, August, 1967 by Professor G.M. Maxwell (Department of Child Health, University of Adelaide), Dr R.B. Elliot (Department of Child Health, University of Adelaide), Dr A. Vorbach (Alice Springs Hospital, Alice Springs), Mr A.B. Holt (Department of Child Health, University of Adelaide). RESTRICTED. This report documents a survey of the health and growth characteristics of all children in Papunya from birth to 16 years of age; Department of Territories, Northern Territory Administration, Welfare Branch, Information for Prospective Settlement Staff. Issued November, 1967; Infant's weight chart and on the reverse side, child weight chart, 1-5 years; and two welfare identification cards, one for females and the other for males.
- Printed material
- 26 pages
- Follow the link http://ncig.anu.edu.au/governance-ethics-framework to find out how to access the NCIG collections.
Related Digital resources
- Infant's weight chart
- International Biological Programme
- International Biological Programme Handbook
- National Academy of Science
- Summary of Aboriginal Research Northern Territory