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The Origin of the Yarra Yarra (Ever-Flowing) single work   children's fiction   children's   Indigenous story  
Issue Details: First known date: 1911... 1911 The Origin of the Yarra Yarra (Ever-Flowing)
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    y separately published work icon Fairy Tales Told in the Bush 'Sister Agnes' , London : Elliot Stock , 1911 Z1413499 1911 selected work children's fiction children's Indigenous story A collection of fairy tales for Australian children, including an indigenous story about the origin of the Yarra Yarra, told to the author by King Barak. In her preface, the author explains that these tales were motivated by her experiences in Melbourne in the 1860s. London : Elliot Stock , 1911 pg. 50-57
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  • Mount Baw Baw, Yea - Eildon - Warburton area, Melbourne Outer North, Melbourne, Victoria,
  • Yarra River, Victoria, Melbourne, Victoria,
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