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By Bancroft, Bronwyn; Compiled by Robinson, Roland; As told by Mumbulla, Percy
Whenever I used to see one of those old fellers going off with a spear for murrung -- fish -- I'd watch him. I'd run after him. I was only a little feller but I had a sense to follow and learn how to do all those things. Not everyone has someone to look up to and learn from in th ...
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'The killers get real glad whenever they see the dark fellers killin' a whale.' This is the story of the orca, the largest of the dolphin family. Known as killer whales, the orcas' relationship with the Aboriginal whalers of Twofold Bay has become legend. THE WHALERS is told in t ...
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By Robinson, Roland
Roland was a major force within the Jindyworobak movement of the 1930s-1950s, which aimed to promote Aboriginal stories, culture, imagery, and uniquely Australian attitudes towards the environment. In both themes and style few poets writing more than half a century ago remain so ...
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