Article published in:
Land and Language in Cape York Peninsula and the Gulf Country
Edited by Jean-Christophe Verstraete and Diane Hafner
[Culture and Language Use 18] 2016
► pp. 2736
References

1. Books and volumes

Rigsby, Bruce
1965Linguistic Relations in the Southern Plateau. Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Oregon.
ed. 1975Festschrift for Stanley S. Newman. International Journal of American Linguistics 41(4).Google Scholar
Beavert, Virginia & Bruce Rigsby
eds. 1975Yakima Language Practical Dictionary. Toppenish, Washington: Consortium of Johnson-O’Malley Committees, Region IV.Google Scholar
Rigsby, Bruce & Peter Sutton
eds. 1980Papers in Australian Linguistics No. 13: Contributions to Australian Linguistics. (Pacific Linguistics A 59) Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.Google Scholar
Rigsby, Bruce
1986Gitksan Grammar. Victoria, British Columbia: British Columbia Provincial Museum. 442 pp. Available online at http://​www​.uafanlc​.arsc​.edu​/data​/Online​/TS966R1983​/TS966R1983​.pdfGoogle Scholar
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(Ed. by Brian Crompton, Bruce Rigsby & Marie-Lucie Tarpent) 1997Ethnobotany of the Gitksan Indians of British Columbia. (Mercury Series, Canadian Ethnology Service. Paper 132) Hull, Quebec: Canadian Museum of Civilization.Google Scholar
Peterson, Nicolas & Bruce Rigsby
eds. 1998Customary Marine Tenure in Australia. (Oceania Monograph 48) Sydney: University of Sydney.Google Scholar
Finlayson, Julie, Bruce Rigsby & Hilary Bek
eds. 1999Connections in Native Title: Genealogies, Kinship and Groups. (CAEPR Research Monograph 13) Canberra: Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research, Australian National University.Google Scholar
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eds. 2005Donald Thomson, the Man and Scholar. ­Canberra: The Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia & Museum Victoria.Google Scholar
Bassani, Paddy & Albert Lakefield, with Tom Popp
(Ed. by Bruce Rigsby & Noelene Cole) 2006Lamalama Country. Our Country. Our Culture-Way. Brisbane: Akito Pty Ltd with Arts Queensland.Google Scholar
Verstraete, Jean-Christophe & Bruce Rigsby
2015A Grammar and Lexicon of Yintyingka. (Pacific Linguistics 648) Berlin: de Gruyter Mouton. CrossrefGoogle Scholar

2. Articles and chapters

Rigsby, Bruce
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1969The Waiilatpuan problem: More on Cayuse-Molala relatability. Northwest Anthropological Research Notes 3: 68–146.Google Scholar
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1971Some Pacific Northwest native language names for the Sasquatch phenomenon. Northwest Anthropological Research Notes 5:153–156. [Reprinted in Roderick Sprague and Grover S. Krantz, eds. 1977. The Scientist Looks at the Sasquatch. Moscow: University Press of Idaho. (2nd edition 1979)]Google Scholar
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Rigsby, Bruce
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Rigsby, Bruce
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Rigsby, Bruce
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3. Book Reviews

Rigsby, Bruce
1965Review of S. Broadbent, The Southern Sierra Miwok Language. American Anthropologist 67: 1596–97.Google Scholar
1968Review of S.C. Gudschinsky, How to Learn an Unwritten Language and William. J. Samarin, Field Linguistics: Guide to Linguistic Field Work. American Anthropologist 70: 1040–1041.Google Scholar
1970Review of S.K. Šaumjan, Problems of Theoretical Phonology. American Anthropologist 72: 684–685. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
1972Review of Haruo Aoki, Nez Perce Grammar. Language 48: 737–742.Google Scholar
1978Review of R.M.W. Dixon, The Dyirbal Language of North Queensland. Language 54: 213–218.Google Scholar
1981Review of Crawford Feagin, Variation and Change in Alabama English: A Sociolinguistic Study of the White Community. Australian Journal of Linguistics 1: 122–127.Google Scholar
1982Review of R.M.W. Dixon & Barry J. Blake, eds, Handbook of Australian Languages, I. Language 58: 704–711.Google Scholar
1982Review of Michael Clyne, ed, Australia Talks: Essays on the Sociology of Australian Immigrant and Aboriginal Languages. Language in Society 11: 126–133.Google Scholar
1983Brief notice of Bernard Comrie, Languages of the Soviet Union. Language in Society 12: 136–137.Google Scholar
1993Review of Barry Alpher, Yir-Yoront Lexicon. Sketch and Dictionary of an Australian Language. Canberra Anthropology 16: 146–148.Google Scholar
1995Review of Michael Walsh & Colin Yallop, eds, Language and Culture in Aboriginal Australia. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 1: 204–205.Google Scholar
1995Review of Haruo Aoki, A Dictionary of Nez Perce. American Anthropologist 97: 395–396. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
1997Review of L.R. Hiatt, Arguments about Aborigines. Australia and the Evolution of Social Anthropology. Australian Journal of Politics and History 43: 86–87.Google Scholar
1997Review of Arthur J. Ray, I Have Lived Here Since the World Began. An Illustrated History of Canada’s Native People. BC Studies 113: 114–116.Google Scholar
1998Review of J. Arthur, Aboriginal English. A Cultural Study. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 4: 825–826. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
1998Review of R.M.W. Dixon, Words of Our Country. Stories, Place Names and Vocabulary in Yidiny, the Aboriginal Language of the Cairns-Yarrabah Region. Aboriginal History 22: 272–274.Google Scholar
1998Review of G.N. O’Grady & D.T. Tryon, eds, Studies in Comparative Pama-Nyungan. Aboriginal History 22: 291–294.Google Scholar
1999Review of Sam D. Gill, Storytracking. Texts, Stories & Histories in Central Australia. Journal of Anthropological Research, 55: 162–164.Google Scholar
1999Review of C.M. Hann, ed, Property Relations. Renewing the Anthropological Tradition. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 5: 324–325. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
2000Review of Christopher Bracken, The Potlatch Papers. A Colonial Case History. Anthropological Forum 10: 110–112.Google Scholar
2002Review of Henry Reynolds, Aboriginal Sovereignty. Reflections on Race, State and Nation. Social Anthropology/Anthropologie Sociale 10: 397–398.Google Scholar

4. Consultant’s reports, affidavits etc (complete up to 2009)

Rigsby, Bruce & James Kari
1987Gitksan and Wet’suwet’en Linguistic Relations. An expert opinion report prepared for the Gitksan – Wet’suwet’en Tribal Council. February 1987 81 pp. text plus 58 pp. appendices.Google Scholar
Rigsby, Bruce
1987Chapter 5. Social/cultural profile of the community and Appendix 1. History of the Hope Vale Aboriginal community. In Stage I. Community Economic Development Plan for Hope Vale Aboriginal Council. Report prepared by Peat, Marwick, Mitchell Services. May1987 Pp. 10–16 and 1–14 of Appendix 1.Google Scholar
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1989Report on Aboriginal Sites Around Coen, North Queensland. Unpublished consultant’s report prepared for the federal Department of Aboriginal Affairs. May 1989 7 pp.Google Scholar
1990House of Representatives Standing Committee on Aboriginal Affairs Workshop on Infrastructure: The Central Cape York Peninsula Case. Unpublished written presentation 11–12 January1990 4 pp.Google Scholar
1990The Port Stewart Lamalama and Their Land: A People and a Cultural Landscape. Unpublished consultant’s report prepared for the Division of Aboriginal and Islander Affairs. September1990 21pp.Google Scholar
Rigsby, Bruce & Suzette Coates
1991“Murri been ‘ere before!”: An Historical and Anthropological Investigation of Factors Affecting the Deaths in Custody of Two Port Stewart Lamalama Men. Unpublished report prepared for the National Aboriginal and Islander Legal Services Secretariat and submitted to the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody. February1991 32 pp.Google Scholar
Rigsby, Bruce
1992Anthropological Report Regarding the Appointment of Trustees for Transferable Lands in the Laura Region. Unpublished consultant’s report prepared for Ang-Gnarra Aboriginal Corporation. April 1992 4 pp.Google Scholar
1992Memorandum on the Current Dispute over the Handback of Lands to the Laura Aboriginal Community/Their Aboriginal Land Trust. Unpublished consultant’s report prepared for Ang-Gnarra Aboriginal Corporation. July1992 6 pp. plus map.Google Scholar
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1992Anthropological Report for Transfer of Public Purposes Reserve (R11) at Port Stewart to the Port Stewart Lamalama People. Unpublished consultants’ report prepared for Moomba Aboriginal Corporation. April1992 12 pp.Google Scholar
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1993Appendix 2: Traditional groups of the Princess Charlotte Bay region. In Flinders Islands & Melville National Parks Land Claim. Appendices. Cairns: Cape York Land Council 1993 54 pp.Google Scholar
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1994bCliff Islands National Park Land Claim. Claim Book. Parts A–C with appendices (restricted). Cairns: Cape York Land Council on behalf of the claimants 1994 133 pp, plus 52pp.Google Scholar
Rigsby, Bruce
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Rigsby, Bruce
1997Affidavit prepared for the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation and submitted to the U.S. Corps of Engineers with reference to the Kennewick Man/Bonnichsen, et al. case. October1997 4 pp. plus attachments.
1998Report on Family History and Genealogical Research. Unpublished report prepared for the Cape York Land Council and Balkanu Cape York Development Corporation with reference to the traditional ownership of Normanby Station by the Balnggarrwarra clan and descendant families. January1998 14 pp. plus appendices.Google Scholar
1998Indigenous Tribal Groups and Languages along the Coen-Chillagoe Leg of the Chevron Gas Pipeline Project. Unpublished report prepared for Balkanu Cape York Development Corporation. March1998 11pp.Google Scholar
1998Report on the Kalpowar Native Title Claim. Unpublished report prepared for the Cape York Land Council. May1998 6 pp.Google Scholar
Chase, Athol, Bruce Rigsby, David Martin, Benjamin Smith & Peter Blackwood
1998Mungkan, Ayapathu and Kaanju Peoples’ Land Claims to Mungkan Kaanju National Park and Lochinvar USL Claim Book. Claims AB94-003, AB96-007 and AB96-008. Cairns: Cape York Land Council. 117 pp. plus appendices.Google Scholar
Rigsby, Bruce
1999Registration Form Draft Entries for the Marina Plains Native Title Claim. On behalf of the Lamalama people and the Cape York Land Council. April1999 13 pp.Google Scholar
1999Registration Form Draft Entries for the Kalpowar Native Title Claim. On behalf of the claimants and the Cape York Land Council. September1999 20 pp.Google Scholar
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2000Report for CYP Pilot Property Planning Project. Unpublished report prepared for Sanbis Pty Ltd in relation to the project. March2000 10 pp.Google Scholar
2000Olkola Background Document. Unpublished report prepared for Edmulpa Aboriginal Corporation and the Cape York Land Council. June2000 21pp.Google Scholar
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2001Draft Connection Report: The Gungganyji People and the Eastern Portion of the Yarrabah Claim Region. A Report to the North Queensland Land Council. June2001 200-plus pp.Google Scholar
2001Draft Connection Report: The Mandingarrbay Yidinyji People and the Western Portion of the Yarrabah Claim Region. A Report to the North Queensland Land Council. June2001 200-plus pp.Google Scholar
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Rigsby, Bruce, Fiona Powell, Lee Sackett, John Taylor & Mike Wood
2002Expert Report: Combined Gunggandji and Mandingalbay Yidinji (Q6016/01) Native Title Claim. A Report to the North Queensland Land Council. July2002 449 pp. including appendices, maps, genealogies, etc.Google Scholar
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2003Anthropological Report on the Larrakia Native Title Application. An expert report prepared for the Northern Land Council. June2003 140 pp.Google Scholar
2003Supplementary Anthropological Report on the Larrakia Native Title Application. An expert report prepared for the Northern Land Council. July2003 31 pp.Google Scholar
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