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Type: Text
Title: Muna
Other Titles: Place Name Summary (PNS) 8/14
Author: Schultz, Chester
Publisher: Chester Schultz
Issue Date: 20-Aug-2018
Abstract: “Moon-na” (Muna) was the Kaurna name for a site on or near the Little Para River, probably somewhere in the area from Salisbury to the Little Para Reservoir. It was obtained by William Williams, the Deputy Storekeeper and interpreter, probably in April 1839 during a police expedition to the Para districts in pursuit of Aboriginal men who had just killed two shepherds. Likely candidates for the site of Muna therefore include the places where this expedition crossed or camped on the Little Para, which include certainly the squatting run owned that year by Fisher and Handcock at the junction of the river with Gould Creek.
Keywords: Little Para River
Moon-na
Adelaide tribe
Aboriginal place-names
Kaurna language
Munno Para
South Australia geography
Kaurna Warra Pintyandi
Description: With Part 1 of the 1839 Police expedition, and analysis of the ‘North’ and ‘Wirra’ tribes
Appears in Collections:Southern Kaurna Place Names Essays

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