Yadhaykenu Linguistic Notes and Sources
Crowley, Terry. 1975. Cape York tape transcriptions. http://www.aiatsis.gov.au/collections/docs/findingaids/MS1002.PDF (Accessed August 15, 2011).
Crowley, Terry, “Uradhi” In Dixon, R.M.W. and Blake, Barry J. (eds), Handbook of Australian Languages, Vol. 3 pp. 306–428. Canberra: The Australian National University Press (1983)
Helen Harper, Helen “Having Language and getting Language back: traditional language use in Injinoo today” Australian Aboriginal Studies: Journal of the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies No. 1 . Canberra (1996) https://www.academia.edu/1619899/Having_Language_and_getting_Language_back_traditional_language_use_in_Injinoo_today
Harper, Helen “The Gun and the Trousers Spoke English: Language Shift on Northern Cape York Peninsula” PhD thesis (2001) https://www.academia.edu/1619897/The_gun_and_the_trousers_spoke_English_language_shift_on_Northern_Cape_York_Peninsula
Harper, Helen. 2007. “Try look that yellow book”: The legacy of Terry Crowley’s work in Cape York Peninsula. In Language Description, History and Development: Linguistic ndulgence in memory of Terry Crowley, Jeff Siegel, John Lynch, and Diana Eades (eds.), 9–12. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
Hale, Ken “Phonological developments in a Northern Paman language: Uradhi” in Languages of Cape York, pp. 41–49 (1976)