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Girroo Gurrll, the first surveyor, and other aboriginal legends.
|Contributions||Henry, G. J,|
|LC Classifications||GR365 G57|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||77|
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Price New from Used from 5/5(1). Australian Aboriginal Dreaming Stories Henry, Gladys J. Girroo Gurrll, the First Surveyor and other Aboriginal Legends, Smith and Paterson, Brisbane,77p. Aboriginal Legends from Eastern Australia, the Richmond - Mary River region, Reed, Sydney,62p.
It is from the peak of Mount Tyson that something spawned the aboriginal legends of the Chic-ah-Bunnah. The peak is recorded as the “landing place” of Chic-ah-Bunnah.
Gladys Henry records the striking tradition in her book on aboriginal folk tales “Girroo Gurrll: the First Surveyor and Other Aboriginal Legends”.
GIRROO GURRLL The First Surveyor and other Aboriginal Legends by Gladys Henry. A unique book featuring traditional legends from the Murray Upper and Tully region of north Queensland.
The book is illustrated with the artwork of Tommy Warroon and drawings by Gladys Henry. Gladys had a reputation for warmth and friendliness and many Aboriginal people lived at small camps on the Bellenden property.
According to linguist Bob Dixon, Challam told other visitors and linguists working in the area about the ‘white woman living up the road who was writing a book. TROLLING FOR SHARKS. Adventures of a Teacher in a Remote Aboriginal Community by BROWN, Trev 'GIRROO GURRLL'.
The First Surveyor, and other Aboriginal Legends by HENRY, G.J; AUSTRALIAN ARMY JOURNAL. A Periodical Review of Military Literature.
January to No. July (Near Complete Run 2 issues missing) by. iac,‖ other than the dialectic equivalents for ―road‖ or ―track,‖ a nd as all native and animal tracks are winding o nes throughout Australia. Chowilla area [Upper Murray River] by the South Australian Museum.
(Australian Institute of aboriginal studies, Canberra, v. 2, n° 6,p. ) Elkin, A. Man and his past in aboriginal Australia. A review of «Aboriginal man in Australia». Part I. (Archaeology and physical anthropology in Oceania, Sydney, v.
2, n° 1,p. )Author: Renée Heyum.