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Type: Text
Title: The Georgraphy of language groups around Fleurieu Peninsula at first contact
Author: Schultz, Chester
Publisher: Chester Schultz
Issue Date: 2017
Abstract: The Georgraphy of language groups around Fleurieu Peninsula at first contact, from the evidence of the earliest place-names. Revised 18/10/2017
Keywords: Aboriginal place-names
Aboriginal languages
Kaurna language
Ramindjeri-Ngarrindjeri language
Fleurieu peninsula
First contact
South Australia geography
Description: The place-names recorded at first contact (i.e. from the beginning of contact up to about 1850) show a clear demarcation of language between the lands northwest and southeast of the range at that time: Kaurna language to the northwest,1 and Ramindjeri-Ngarrindjeri language to the southeast.
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