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y separately published work icon The Story of the Lake single work   prose   Indigenous story  
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and created by children and staff at Gapuwiyak CEC.

 

Issue Details: First known date: 2018... 2018 The Story of the Lake
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'This traditional story comes from the area of Gapuwiyak. It connects the two clans Liyalanmirr Gupapuynu and Dhalwangu. It symbolises their songs, dances, language and other rituals to come together to share in ceremonies. This gives rights to both clans, Dhalwangu and Liyalnmirr Gupapuynu.'  (Publication summary)

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