These are the books and publications that have assisted the City of Charles Sturt, Kaurna Meyunna Cultural Mapping, A People’s Living Cultural Landscape. Several of them are referred to in the web pages. Not all of these publications are publicly or readily available but many of the books are and will provide further information.
Amery, Rob. (ed) (1995) Warra Kaurna: A Resource for Kaurna Language Programs, Warra Kaurna Language Project, Inbarendi College, Davoren Park, South Australia.
Amery, Rob (1998) Sally and Harry: Insights into early Kaurna contact history in Simpson, Jane & Hercus, Luise, Editors (1998) History in Portraits - Biographies of nineteenth century South Australian Aboriginal people Aboriginal History Monograph, No 6, Southwood Press, Sydney.
Amery, Rob (2000) Kaurna Dreaming Stories Unpublished report for Kaurna Aboriginal Community Heritage Association as part of the ‘Reviving the Dreaming’ Project.
Amery, Rob (2000) Warrabarna Kaurna! Reclaiming an Australian language Swets & Zeitlinger, Lisse, The Netherlands.
Amery, Rob & Williams, Georgina (2002) Reclaiming Through Renaming: The Reinstatement of Kaurna Toponyms in Adelaide and the Adelaide Plains in Hercus, L., Hodges, F. & Simpson, J. Eds, (2002) The Land is a Map: placenames of Indigenous origin in Australia Pandanus Books in association with Pacific Linguistics, Canberra.
Berg, Shaun (ed) (2010) Coming to Terms: Aboriginal Title in South Australia, Wakefield Press, Kent Town.
Burke, Jane Marie & Weaver, Sarah (1999) Former Aboriginal Reserves in the Adelaide region: A historical study Unpublished Student Research, University of Adelaide.
B & T Publishers (1986) Mudflats to Metropolis Port Adelaide 1836-1986 B & T Publishers, Port Adelaide.
Campbell, Valerie (1988) The Coastal Archaeology of the Fleurieu Peninsula Preliminary Investigations Master of Arts Thesis, Flinders University pp.126-134.
Cathcard, M. (2009) The Water Dreamers: The Remarkable History of Our Dry Continent The Text Publishing Company, Melbourne.
Casson, Marjory R. (1972) The Story of ‘Grange’ the Home of Capt. Charles Sturt (A Founder of South Australia) Charles Sturt Memorial Museum Trust Inc., Adelaide
Cawthorne (1844:54) Kaurna Games.
Cawthorne, W. A. (1855) Album of sketches of the Aborigines of South Australia, c1855 Mitchell Library, State Library of New South Wales.
City of Holdfast Bay (n. d) Cultural Map; Kaurna yarta-ana; A Guide to sites of Kaurna significance and Historical Landscapes in the City of Holdfast Bay.
City of Port Adelaide Enfield (2007) Kaurna Cultural Heritage Survey.
Clarke, Philip A. (1990) Adelaide Aboriginal Cosmology Journal of the Anthropological Society of South Australia Vol 28 No 1-2 pp.1-10.
Clarke, Philip (1996) Adelaide as an Aboriginal landscape in Chapman, Valerie & Read, Peter (1996) Terrible Hard biscuits: a reader in Aboriginal history Journal of Aboriginal History and Allen & Unwin, St Leonards.
Clarke, Philip A. (1997) The Aboriginal cosmic landscape of southern South Australia. Records of the South Australian Museum. 29(2): 125-145.
Clarke, Philip A. (2007) Aboriginal People and Their Plants Rosenburg Publishing Pty Ltd, Dural Delivery Centre, NSW.
Cordingly, S. & Petherick, C. (2006) Vegetation management Plan, Semaphore Park Coastal Reserve SA Urban Forest Biodiversity Program for the City of Charles Sturt.
Cumpston, J. H. L. (1951) Charles Sturt-His Life and Journeys of Exploration http://gutenberg.net.au/ebooks07/0700391h , accessed 28 September 2012.
Curnow, P. (2006) Kaurna Night The Bulletin, Astronomical Society of South Australia Vol 115, No. 6 June, 2006, pp. 8-10.
Davis, A. H. (1849 Leaves from the Note Book of a Naturalist – A Walk by the Torrens The Adelaide Miscellany of Useful and Entertaining Knowledge, No. VII, pp. 361-365.
Davis, A. H. (1849) and Leaves from the Note Book of a Naturalist – a ramble on the Beach and Sandhills The Adelaide Miscellany of Useful and Entertaining Knowledge, No. VII, pp. 404-408.
Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities (2011) The Benefits Associated with Caring for Country. Literature Review Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities, Canberra.
Duncan, Annie (n.d.) Reminiscences of Annie J. Duncan Mortlock Library PRG 532/6, p. 43-44, 47.
Dutton, G & Elder, D. (1991) Colonel William Light – Founder of a City Melbourne University Press, Melbourne.
Dutton, G. (1960) Founder of a City: The Story of Colonel Light Rigby Ltd, Adelaide.
Edwards, Robert (1972) The Kaurna People of the Adelaide Plains South Australian Museum, Adelaide.
Elder, D. (1984) William Light’s Brief Journal and Australian Diaries Wakefield Press, Adelaide.
Ellis, Julie-Ann (1995) Public Lands and the Public Mind: Origins of Public Land Policy in South Australia 1834-1929 Doctoral Thesis, Flinders University.
Fenner, C. and Cleland, J. B. (1935) The Geography and Botany of the Adelaide Coast, Rigby Ltd, Adelaide.
Foster, R. & Sendziak, P. (Eds) (2012) Turning Points: Chapters in South Australian History Wakefield Press, Adelaide.
Gell, J.P. (1842) The vocabulary of the Adelaide tribe Tasmanian Journal of Natural Science & Agricultural Statistics Vol 1, pp. 109-124.
Gell, J.P. (1904) South Australian Aborigines: The vocabulary of the Adelaide tribe Royal Geographical Society of Aus., S. A. Branch, Vol 7, pp. 93-94.
Gammage, William (2011) The Biggest Estate on Earth: How Aborigines Made Australia Allen & Unwin, Sydney.
Gammage, William (2012) The Adelaide District in 1836 in Foster, R. & Sendziak, P., (eds) (2012) Turning Points: Chapters in South Australian History Wakefield Press, Adelaide.
Gara, Tom (1990) The Life of Ivaritji (Princess Amelia) of the Adelaide Tribe Journal of the Anthropological Society of S.A. 28(1) p.p. 64-103.
Gara, Tom (1990) Life and times of Mullawirraburka (King John) of the Adelaide Tribe in Simpson, Jane & Hercus, Luise, Editors (1998) History in Portraits - Biographies of nineteenth century South Australian Aboriginal people Aboriginal History Monograph, No 6.
Gara, Tom (2008) The Destruction of the Aboriginal Heritage of the Reedbeds Paper presented at the South Australian State History Conference, 3 August 2008, and the Henley and Grange Historical Society, 4 September 2009.
Gell, John Philip (1904) South Australian Aborigines: the vocabulary of the Adelaide tribe. In Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society of Australasia, South Australian Branch 61, pp. 61-78 (South Australia 7: pp. 92-100.)
Geyer, Mary & Donovan, Peter (1996) From Parklands to Sea Coast: City of Hindmarsh Woodville Peacock Publications, Norwood.
Gibbney, H. J., 'Sturt, Charles (1795–1869)', Australian Dictionary of Biography, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University, http://adb.anu.edu.au/biography/sturt-charles-2712/text3811, accessed 15 September 2012.
Hasenohr, E. (1977) W. H. Gray: A Pioneer Colonist of South Australia. His Life and Times (1808-1896) and his Estate (1896-1975) Adelaide, published by the author.
Hamilton, George (1974) Experiences of a Colonist Forty Years Ago. A journey from Port Phillip to South Australia in 1839 . Libraries Board of South Australia, Adelaide.
Hawdon, Joseph (1952) Journal of a Journey from New South Wales to Adelaide performed in 1838, Georgian House, Melbourne.
Hemming, Steve (1990) ‘Kaurna’ Identity: A Brief History, Aboriginal Adelaide Journal of the Anthropological Society of South Australia, vol. 28, nos 1 & 2.
Hemming, Steve & Harris, Rhondda (1998) Tarndanyungga Kaurna Yerta: A report on the Indigenous Cultural Significance of the Adelaide Parklands: Adelaide Park Lands Management Strategy for Hassell Pty Ltd, the Adelaide City Council and the Kaurna Aboriginal Community Heritage Committee.
Henley and Grange Historical Society (1986) From Sand and Swamp to Seaside City, a chronicle of the Henley and Grange area 1836-1986 Henley South, Henley and Grange Historical Society.
Howchin, W. (1919) Supplementary Notes on the Occurrence of Aboriginal Remains discovered by Captain S.A. White at Fulham, with remarks on the geological Section. Transactions and Proceedings of the Royal Society of South Australia Vol. XLIII pp.81-84.
Howchin, Walter (1934) The Stone Implements of the Adelaide Tribe of the Aborigines - Now Extinct Gillingham, Adelaide.
Kraehenbuehl, D. N. (1996) Pre-European Vegetation of Adelaide: A Survey from the Gawler River to Hallett Cove Nature Conservation Society of South Australia Inc. Adelaide.
Manning, Geoffrey H, (1997) The Grange Golf Club, A history of the first 70 years, 1926-1996 Grange Golf Club, Seaton.
Manning, Geoffrey H. (2010) The Place Names of Our Land Gould Books, Modbury, South Australia.
Mantegani, Helen (1902) Recollections of the Early Days of South Australia from 1836 Proc. Royal Geographical Soc. Australasia S A. Branch., Vol. 5, p. 70-76.
Marsden, Susan (1977) A History of Woodville Corporation of the City of Woodville, Woodville.
Melvin, Sheridah (1994) Kudlyo The Black Swan Dreaming: Veronica Brodie and the Continuity of Kaurna History at Glanville and Le Fevre Peninsula, Lartelare Homeland Association, Adelaide.
Moon, K. (1969) Perception and appraisal of the South Australian landscape 1836-1850 Journal of the Royal Geographical Society South Australia, pp. 41-64.
O’Brien, Lewis (2007) And the Clock Struck Thirteen: the life and thoughts of Kaurna Elder Uncle Lewis Yerloburka O’Brien (as told to Mary-Anne Gale), Wakefield Press, Adelaide.
Parsons, Ronald (1974) Hindmarsh Town: A History of The Village, District Council and Corporate Town of Hindmarsh, South Australia Corporation of the Town of Hindmarsh, Hindmarsh.
Parsons, R. H. (1997) Port Misery and The New Port, The Author, Murray Bridge.
Pope, A. (2011) One Law for All? Aboriginal people and criminal law in early South Australia Aboriginal Studies Press, Canberra.
Payne, Pauline (1996) Thebarton – Old and New Thebarton City Council, Thebarton.
Ross, Betty (1986) Hindmarsh, Heritage of a Township, 1838-1938 Hindmarsh Jubilee 150 Community Committee, Hindmarsh.
SA Memory (n.d.) European discovery of the River Murray system: Charles Sturt and the discovery of the River Murray, http://www.samemory.sa.gov.au/site/page.cfm?u=1324, accessed 15 September, 2012.
Sauer, Carl O. (1963) The Morphology of Landscape in Leighly, J. (ed) (1963) Land and Life: A Selection from the writings of Carl Ortwin Sauer, University of California Press, Berkeley, p.p. 315-350.
Schultz, C. Noone, B & Walsh, T (eds) (1996) A Quiet Spot Within Our Reach: Essays on the Old Port Reach, self published, Port Adelaide.
Slee, Max (2010) Inman: First Commander of the South Australian Police Seaview Press Pty Ltd, West Lakes, Adelaide.
Smith, Edwin Mitchell (1920) Recollective diary SLSA PRG491/3
Smith, D. L & Twidale, C.R. (1987-1989) An historical account of flooding and related events in the Torrens River system from first settlement to 1986 Volumes 1-4, Engineering and Water Supply Dept., Adelaide.
South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register (1838) The Natives Saturday 17 March, p. 2.
Stephens, Edward (1890) The Aborigines of Australia. Being personal recollections of those tribes which once inhabited the Adelaide Plains of South Australia Journal and Proceedings of the Royal society of NSW, Vol 23, pp. 476-503.
Sturt, Charles (1849) Narrative of an Expedition into Central Australia  Adelaide, 2 volumes, pp. .229-30.
Taylor, Rebe (2002) Unearthed: The Aboriginal Tasmanians of Kangaroo Island Wakefield Press, Kent Town.
Teichelmann, C.G, & Schurmann, C. W. (1840) Outlines of a Grammar, Vocabulary, and Phraseology, of the Aboriginal language of South Australia, spoken by the Natives in and for some distance around Adelaide in Amery, Rob. (ed) (1995) Warra Kaurna: A Resource for Kaurna Language Programs, Warra Kaurna Language Project, Inbarendi College, Davoren Park, South Australia.
The Mail (1927) 'Dead Men's Bones' The Mail (Adelaide, SA: 1912-1954), 5 November, p. 1.
White, S.A. (1919) Notes on the Occurrence of Aboriginal Remains below Marine Deposits at the Reedbeds, Fulham, near Adelaide. Transactions and Proceedings of the Royal Society of South Australia Vol. 43, pp.77-80.
Wilson, S. C. & Borrow, K. T. (1973) The Bridge Over the Ocean, Hyde Park Press, Adelaide.