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Note: In collaboration with the residents of the Gully and their descendants.
Issue Details: First known date: 2007... 2007 Sacred Waters : The Story of the Blue Mountains Gully Traditional Owners
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Sacred Waters : The Story of the Blue Mountains Gully Traditional Owners is the moving story of the Aboriginal people in a unique and beautiful part of a Australia- the Burragorang Valley, now profoundly changed by the flooding of the valley in the 1950's by Warragambah Dam, the dam that provides Sydney's water supply. It is the story of the valley's Gundungurra people, and the Darug people of the lower Hawkesbury. Source: Publishers note (Sighted 27/05/2009)

Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

    • Broadway, Inner Sydney, Sydney, New South Wales,: Halstead Press , 2007 .
      Extent: 237p.
      Description: col. illus. maps. ports.
      • Includes bibliography.
      • Includes index.
        • Appendix 1: Individuals interviewed 2001-2006
        • Appendix 2 Gully connections in the text
        • Appendix 3 Children taken from parents associated with Gully

      ISBN: 1920831371, 9781920831370
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  • Burragorang Valley, MacArthur area (Camden - Campbelltown), Sydney, New South Wales,
  • Lower Hawkesbury, Wisemans Ferry area, Hawkesbury area, Northwest Sydney, Sydney, New South Wales,
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