Saturday, October 9, 2010

CANBERRA BLACKS - IN EARLY DAYS

An article about what Europeans called the Kgamburry tribe of Aboriginals on the Limestone Plains of present day Canberra. Mr John Blundell, who lived in the Canberra region for 85 years in the 1800's records his reminiscences of the century and describes in detail his memories of the Aboriginal society that existed at Limestone in his time...



The Sydney Morning Herald - 21 May 1927




National Library of Australia (here)

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