Credits

I acknowledge and pay my respects to Aboriginal elders, past and present, and the traditional owners of the lands on which these beautiful works of art are located.

I also thank their representatives for allowing access to the engraving sites, and I thank the organisations who help maintain and protect these sites, including:

Thanks are also due to these organisations, together with AIATSIS, the State Library of NSW, and the Mitchell Library for access to sites and information.

I thank John Clegg for his advice and for permission to use diagrams from Stanbury & Clegg.

I thank my son, Barnaby Norris, for injecting his expertise and time into the process of making high-quality photographic records of the engravings, and I thank my wife, Cilla Norris, and my daughter, Tamasin Norris, for their assistance with many of the field trips.

 

Copyright

All material and images on this website, other than those credited to other authors, are protected by copyright (© Ray Norris 2007 except where otherwise stated).

Feel free to link to anything on this site, but please email me on Ray.Norris@csiro.au if you wish to reproduce or copy anything. High-resolution professional-quality images are also available for most of the images shown on this site.

Students wishing to use material on this site for projects or assignments are welcome to do so, and need not ask me for permission, provided that (a) the copyright notice is not removed from images, and (b) the material is not published or made publically available without my consent.

 


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