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'Jim Everett, born on Flinders Island off the north-east coast of Tasmania, is a Tasmanian Aboriginal from the Ben Lomond Tribe, the Plangermairreenner People, midway down the east coast of Tasmania.'
Author's note: The spelling of the word "jungin's" is correct in spelling, first sentence of "A STORY OF KUTI KINA". It represents the English-slang of Tasmanian Aborigines on the Islands, especially Cape Barren Island, 2nd largest island of the Furneaux Group. "Jungin's ...meaning youngens, is significant of that slang.
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