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South Australia illustrated Plate 18
Title : South Australia illustrated Plate 18 South Australia illustrated Plate 18
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Creator : Angas, George French
Source : South Australia Illustrated
Place Of Creation : London
Publisher : Thomas M’Lean
Date of creation : 1847
Format : Book
Dimensions : 540 x 370 x 44 mm
Contributor : State Library of South Australia
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Description :

The upper right figure is Tuarau from Moorundi, and lower right is 'Poodnobummin, a young man of the Tatta-yarra (Tatiara) country in the lower Murray Mallee'.

('Milliltie, a man of the Battara tribe, beyond Port Lincoln' is upper left and a 'man of the Milmendura tribe, wearing the Seaweed Cloak' is lower left) .

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Period : 1836-1851
Region : Riverland and Murraylands,Murray Mallee
Further reading :

Eyre, Edward John. Reports and letters to Governor Grey from E.J. Eyre at Moorunde. Adelaide : Sullivan's Cove, 1985

Watson, Irene. Looking at you looking at me: an aboriginal history of the south-east. Volume 1. Nairne, SA: I. Watson, 2002

Weir, Jessica. Murray River country : an ecological dialogue with traditional owners, Canberra : Aboriginal Studies Press, 2009

Woods, J.D. (comp). The native tribes of South Australia, with an introductory chapter by J.D. Woods. Adelaide, SA: Friends of the State Library of South Australia, 1997

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