NaranggaEAA (Encyclopaedia of Aboriginal Australia, Horton ed.)
AIATSIS (Austr. Inst. of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies)
L.01 Narangga (click)
SIL (Summer Institute of Linguistics)
NNR NARUNGGA --> South-West (50) --> Yura (4) --> Pama-Nyungan (176) (number of languages in each group or family between brackets)
(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)
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|Alternative names found in the literature for this group
Naranga (by Ngadjuri)
Adjadura ("ngadjatura"="my people")
Wallaroo tribe (a grp)
Murinandji (by Ngadjuri)
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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.
Ardrossan; Bute; Cape Spencer; Hummock Range; Marion Bay; Port Broughton; Wallaroo; Yorke Peninsula;
Bibliographic references for this record
I suggest you also use the above-mentioned AIATSIS name in the AIATSIS MURA catalogue for bibliographic references
BLACK J.M. 1920. Vocabularies of four South Australian languages, Adelaide, Narrunga, Kukata, and Narrinyeri, with special reference to their speach sounds. Transactions of the Royal Society of South Australia, 44, p. 76-93.
FISON L. & HOWITT A.W. 1991. Kamilaroi and Kurnai. Canberra (Melbourne): AIATSIS (Robertson), .
GALE M.-A. 1992. Publish or perish: observations on the reasons for writing in Aboriginal languages. Australian Aboriginal studies, 2, p. 42-8.