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The legend of Jindburra and Tulare / [retold by Don Mason]
Bib ID 935295
Format BookBook
Author
Mason, Don, 1924-
 
Description Mareeba, Qld. : D. Mason, c2000 
27 p. ; 21 cm. 
ISBN 0646400797
Summary

Dreaming story tells of two boys from the Parram people who braved the wrath of Bredark the Great Serpent of Many Shapes for the good of their people; story told to Don Mason by Aboriginal elder named Gorral at Cape Tribulation.

Subjects Aboriginal Australians -- Queensland -- Cape York Peninsula -- Folklore.  |  Stories and motifs - Rainbow serpent.  |  Environment - Climate and weather - Drought.  |  Literature and stories - Story telling and story tellers.  |  Cape Tribulation (Mossman map area SE55-01)  |  Northeast Queensland (NE Qld SE55)
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Jindburra & Tulare, an Aboriginal legend

Jindburra and Tulare, an Aboriginal legend

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