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Issue Details: First known date: 1954... vol. 3 no. 11 November 1954 of Dawn : A Magazine for the Aboriginal People of N.S.W. est. 1952 Dawn: A Magazine for the Aboriginal People of N.S.W
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How the Tortoise Got His Shell, David Unaipon , single work prose dreaming story

A story about the tortoise and his conflict with the Eaglehawk.

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Editor's note: This is one of the tribal legends of an Australian Aborigine, told to Michael Sawtell, by David Unaipon, a full blood Aborigine.

Includes: illustrations.

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