The following books contain a wealth of genealogical information.
Of Marriage, Violence and Sorcery by David McKnight published 2005
Contains numerous sections of genealogical charts of people from Mornington Island and descriptions of events and the people involved. Some pseudonyms are used but most names are the correct ones. I have checked this with other records.
The Affinal Relationship System by Aslaug and Johannes Falkenberg published 1981
Contains eight pages of Aborigines From Port Keats mentioned in the text as follows
Personal Name, Own Tribe, Own Local Clan, Mother's Tribe, Mother's Local Clan (Kangatji), Page in the Text.
Lives of the Papunya Tula Artists by Vivien Johnson published 2008
Contains detailed genealogical information of the artists and their families.
The Wind of Change in Central Australia by Frederick G G Rose published 1965
Contains detailed genealogical information for Aborigines at Angas Downs Station N.T. in 1962
Classification of Kin, Age Structure and Marriage amongst the Groote Eylandt Aborigines
by Frederick G G Rose published 1960
Contains detailed genealogical information for Aborigines at Groote Eylandt