Material culture list
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From this page you can find out more about the traditional material culture and industry of the Uw Oykangand, Uw Olkola and Pakanh peoples of central Cape York Peninsula. You can find information on the spears, tools, dillybags and all the rest of the material culture of these people, find out how they are made and what they are used for.

Table of Contents

| Humpies and other constructions | | Dilly bags, coolamons and other containers | | Ornaments and paints | | Spears, woomeras and other weapons | | Tools, including yamsticks and wax |

Humpies and other constructions
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Dillybags, coolamons and other containers
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  • Dilly bags
    • Dilly bag types
    • Dilly bag parts
      • Ass
      • Handle
      • Mouth
      • Rim
    • Other woven objects
      • Fishing net
      • Yam strainer
  • Dishes
Ornaments and paints
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Spears, woomeras and other weapons
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Tools, including yamsticks and wax
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