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North Brother : Dooragan / [Elaine van Kempen]
Bib ID 3425902
Format BookBook
Author
Kempen, Elaine van, 1937-
 
Description Lismore, N.S.W. : Norsearch Reprographics, Southern Cross University, 2005 
88 p., [8] p. of plates : ill. (some col.), maps, ; 21 cm. 
ISBN 0646445596
Invalid ISBN 064644559
Summary

Story of the three brothers of the Birpai people, who lived near the Camden Haven River, as told by Harry Buchanan, a Kumbaingeri Elder; Clement Hodgkinson's account of the Camden Haven and the people living near the mountain; other mentions of Indigenous people of the area.

Subjects Dooragan National Park (N.S.W.) -- History.  |  Stories and motifs - Mountains.  |  Environment - Conservation - Forests.  |  History.  |  Environment - Mountains.  |  Birpai / Biripi people (E3) (NSW SH56-14)  |  Land rights - Conservation areas.  |  Literature and stories - Poetry.  |  Three (Biripi) Brothers Mountains Aboriginal Place (NSW N Coast SH56-14)  |  Dooragan / North Brother Mountain (NSW N Coast SH56-14)
Available From 552 Ocean Drive, North Haven NSW 2443 

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