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Bamirrahkoroloh: Dangunj Rembarrnga wala

Campion, Jeffrey Maliwanga (1994). Bamirrahkoroloh: Dangunj Rembarrnga wala. : Barunga Press.

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Title Bamirrahkoroloh: Dangunj Rembarrnga wala
Title (translated) Yard building at Mainoru Station
Author(s) Campion, Jeffrey Maliwanga
Illustrator(s) Oenpelli, Anderi
Taylor, Anne
Transcriber McKay, Graham R.
Statement of responsibility Minor editing by Jeffrey Campion and Carolyn Coleman, 1992.
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Language Rembarrnga
Publisher Barunga Press
Date Published 1994
Time Origin 1963
ISBN 086822 330 1   (check CDU catalogue open catalogue search in new window)
Community source Barunga
Geographical Origin Mainoru
Provenance Barunga CEC
Description (note) Recorded at Guyun, near Maningrida, during 1972; the incidents recounted occurred around 1963, when about 150 Rembarrnga people lived at Mainoru. Includes glossary
This story was first published in This is what happened: historical narratives by Aborigines. Edited by Luise Hercus and Peter Sutton. Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies, 1986. AlATSIS, Canberra ACT.
Type of Resource Text
Category Memoir
Abstract Memories of working as a stockman at Mainoru. Includes glossary
Keyword(s) stockmen
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