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Rodney Butler Rodney Butler i(A113264 works by) (a.k.a. Banaka (Skin Name))
Born: Established: 1965 Carnarvon, Gascoyne - Murchison area, North Western Australia, Western Australia, ;
Gender: Male
Heritage: Aboriginal Punjima ; Aboriginal
(Storyteller) assertion
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Rodney Butler went to school in Carnarvon until the beginning of third year when he left to work at Yarraloola Station. After three years there, Butler undertook a twelve month course at Pundulmurra Aboriginal College as a plant operator enabling him to drive loaders, backhoes and trucks for the Ashburton Shire

Butler worked on Thevenard Island for a year and then on a number of contract jobs throughout the region, returning to Peedamulla Station, where he was initiated, between contracts. In 1992, Butler was involved in organising a Mining, Tourism and Culture Conference and Karijini Contractors in the National Park and then as a supervisor there.

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