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Issue Details: First known date: 2005... 2005 Ngayiny Jaru Jarragab
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This award-winning story describes what life was like for Ivy and her family when she was a young woman working at Pigeon Hole cattle station, south-west of Katherine in the Northern Territory.

Notes

  • English translation of the title: My Story

Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

First known date: 2005
Language: Aboriginal Bilinarra AIATSIS ref. (N36) (NT SD52-16) , Aboriginal Kriol Included in AIATSIS, but with no ref. number , English
Notes:
Transcribed edited, and translated by Justin Spence and Ivy Hector Nambijina.

Works about this Work

y separately published work icon Bilinarra Woman Takes Indigenous Story Prize 2006 9333612 2006 single work column

'Bilinarra elder Ivy Hector Nambijina took out a $100 cash prize when her work 'Ngayiny Jaru Jarragab (My Story)' won the contemporary story category of the 205 NT Indigenous Languages Story Writing competition.'

Note: The Koori Mail states that Nambijina's prize money was $1,000. See: 'Ivy Tells Her Story and Takes Out $1000 Prize'.

Ivy Tells Her Story and Takes Out $1000 Prize 2006 single work column
— Appears in: Koori Mail , 18 January no. 367 2006; (p. 11)
Ivy Tells Her Story and Takes Out $1000 Prize 2006 single work column
— Appears in: Koori Mail , 18 January no. 367 2006; (p. 11)
y separately published work icon Bilinarra Woman Takes Indigenous Story Prize 2006 9333612 2006 single work column

'Bilinarra elder Ivy Hector Nambijina took out a $100 cash prize when her work 'Ngayiny Jaru Jarragab (My Story)' won the contemporary story category of the 205 NT Indigenous Languages Story Writing competition.'

Note: The Koori Mail states that Nambijina's prize money was $1,000. See: 'Ivy Tells Her Story and Takes Out $1000 Prize'.

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