The Resource Aboriginal languages in the south central coast, New South Wales : fresh discoveries

Aboriginal languages in the south central coast, New South Wales : fresh discoveries

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Aboriginal languages in the south central coast, New South Wales : fresh discoveries
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Aboriginal languages in the south central coast, New South Wales : fresh discoveries
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Outlines previous thoughts on locations of languages, investigations 1969 by author reveal Dharruk was an inland language, Kuringgai spoken on N. side of Port Jackson & extended to Tuggerah Lakes, merging into Awaba; S. of Sydney Thurrawal reached practically to shore of Botany Bay, possibly limited by Georges River - early refs. call natives of area Gweagal (Gwiyagal) - poss. a dialect of Thurrawal; dialect of Dharruk reached the sea between S. short of Port Jackson & N. shore of Botany Bay, inland to Parramatta district; Boundaries of languages discussed in detail; Vocab. comparisons (14 words) - English - Dharawal - Sydney - Dharruk - Guringgai - Darginyung - Awaba; also 13 words, English - Dharawal - Gwiyagal - Dharug Sydney
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1902-1986
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Capell, A.
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Aboriginal languages in the south central coast, New South Wales : fresh discoveries
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M0040419
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0046499
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Aboriginal languages in the south central coast, New South Wales : fresh discoveries
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M0040419
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0046499

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