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Leave our land alone
Title : Leave our land alone Leave our land alone
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Creator : Morgan, Huw
Source : Advertiser, 17 July 1998, p. 7
Date of creation : 1998
Additional Creator : Hurrell, Bronwyn
Format : Photograph
Contributor : State Library catalogue
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Description :

The Marree Man is a giant figure of an Aboriginal Man cut into the earth near Marree, in South Australia's far north. It measures about 4 kilometres long.

This newspaper article describes the reaction of the local Dieri Mitha people to the Marree Man.

Subjects
Coverage year : 1998
Place : Marree
Region : Flinders Ranges and Far North - Outback
Further reading :

Hurrell, Bronwyn. 'It's all wrong, say museum experts', The Advertiser, 18 July 1998, p. 7

Hurrell, Bronwyn and Huw Morgan. 'Giant riddle', The Advertiser, 25 July 1998, p. 49, 50, 51

Morgan, Huw. 'Maree Man wins wipeout reprieve', The Advertiser, 18 July 1998, p. 7

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