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Issue Details: First known date: 2007... 2007 The Dreaming : Series 1
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y separately published work icon The Black Snake Pauline E. McLeod , 2007 8371230 2007 single work prose dreaming story

'Pauline McLeod was given permission to retell this story by an Auntie of the MutiMuti people and an Uncle of the Wiradjuri people. The story originates from the Wiradjuri land and the neighbouring areas of New South Wales. Pauline was removed from her people at a young age.' (Source: The Dreaming website)

Wonga and Nudu Oodgeroo Noonuccal , 2007 Z1652049 1972 single work prose children's Indigenous story
— Appears in: Away From Home 1994; (p. 61-64)
y separately published work icon Gelam Lydia George , 2007 Z287274 1990 single work short story 2007
y separately published work icon Talwalpin and Kowinka Kath Walker , 2007 Z1652112 1972 single work prose children's dreaming story 2007

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    y separately published work icon The Dreaming Aboriginal Nations , Sydney : Aboriginal Nations , 2007 Z1644456 2007 website series - author

    The Dreaming Stories as seen on ABC are a terrific series of animated films based on Australian Aboriginal storytelling (oral histories) that have been maintained as a body of knowledge for over 40,000 years.

    The stories tell us things about the land, animals and birds, the trees, waterholes, rivers, sea life, the stars, society and behaviour, lore, morals and respect and cultural diversity. Many Dreaming stories tell us about the creation of the world and the spiritual life in all things that exist in the world.

    But most of all they are stories that entertain and take you on a journey through time as you share in their secrets and revelations about Indigenous Australia.'

    Source: The Dreaming (Sighted 5 July 2017)

    Sydney : Aboriginal Nations , 2007
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