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Eora

EAA (Encyclopaedia of Aboriginal Australia, Horton ed.)
* Eora

AIATSIS (Austr. Inst. of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies)
S.61 Eora (click)

SIL (Summer Institute of Linguistics)
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State: NSW
(please be aware that this map is NOT hand-drawn, but machine generated using approximate coordinates adjusted from Tindale's records. This map is only here to provide a very general idea of the location)

map of location of tribe

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Alternative names found in the literature for this group

* Eora
Eo-ra (eora = men people)
Ea-ora
Iora
Yo-ra
Kameraigal (a grp)
Camera-gal
Cammera
Gweagal (grp south of Botany Bay)
Botany Bay tribe
Bedia-mangora
Gouia-gul
Wanuwangul (grp near Long nose point)
Kadigal (grp south of Port Jackson)

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Place and geographical locations that are often associated to this group.
Please note that these are places that were or are mentioned in the literature, some are inaccurate. Under no circumstances can this list be used in the context of any sorts of claims, indigenous or not.

Botany Bay; Hawkesbury River; Port Jackson; St George River; Long nose point;

Bibliographic references for this record

I suggest you also use the above-mentioned AIATSIS name in the AIATSIS MURA catalogue for bibliographic references

Attenbrow V. 1991. Port Jackson archaeological project: a study of the prehistory of the Port Jackson catchment, New South Wales. Stage I - site recording and site assessment. Australian Aboriginal studies, 2, p. 40-55.

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