Indigenous Languages of Queensland Preserved in Picture Dictionaries
DayNews.com, 22 August 2013

QUEENSLAND, AUSTRALIA: With a considerable amount of effort and the willingness to accomplish a monumental task, the Desert Channels Queensland (DCQ) finally released the outcome of two years spent in recording and preserving the indigenous languages of Queensland. Dictionaries with pictures showing the staggering richness of the languages used by indigenous people in the Outback of Queensland, Australia were recently published. These “pictionaries” are just the start. The organization has already launched an all out campaign to put these reference materials in local schools as well as public libraries. Read the article …

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