Passages to the North West Plains by Michael O'Rourke.
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Hale wrongly calls the language he presents ‘Kamilarai’; in fact it was Wanneroo/Geawe-gal, as can be seen from ”kore” [sic: kuri] for ‘man’. In Kamilaroi, man was ‘murry’ [mari].
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Michael O’ROURKE, 1995: Raw Possum and Salted Pork: Major Mitchell and the Kamilaroi Aborigines. Kambah, ACT: the author. (Describes Surveyor-General Mitchell’s dealings with the Aborigines on his two northern journeys.)
Michael O’ROURKE, 1997: The Kamilaroi Lands: North-Central NSW in the Early 19th Century. Griffith, ACT: the author. (A full account of the traditional way of life, with an extended discussion of place-names and totem-names, etc, etc.)
Michael O'ROURKE, 2005: "Sung for Generations": "Old" Joe Bungaree's tales about Red Kangaroo, an 18th Century Gamilaraay "Big-Man" of the central Namoi River NSW : the "Red Chief" of Ion Idriess... / documents transcribed, with commentary. Braddon, ACT.
Also published online at www.scribd.com/doc/23310373/Red-Kangaroo-war-chief-of-Gunnedah-The-Ewing-Texts.
John OXLEY, 1820: Journals of Two Expeditions into the Interior of NSW in 1817 and 1818. London: John Murray.
Online at http://freeread.com.au/ebooks/e00037.txt.
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