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|Title:||Series 5, 6 - Murray River natives - ms. 4p.|
|Abstract:||A short description of the conditions in which the lands of the River Murray natives in South Australia have been fenced, ploughed and planted, and native plant and meat foods have disappeared. Evidence that tribal battles had been fought here and the dead buried over many centuries has been found in the earth banks surrounding the river. DMB set up camp at Pyap to see if there was still anyone left who could remember any language, customs or ceremonies of the former Aboriginal owners.|
|Appears in Collections:||Section 5: Notes not for legends or included in Aborigines: Odd notes only|
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