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Note: Reported by F. Armstrong.
First known date: 1844 Issue Details: First known date: 1844... 1844 The Swan River Natives : Native Tradition
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  • Originally published in the Inquirer, Western Australian Journal of Politics and Literature (13 November 1844): 3 under the title 'Native Tradition'.

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  • Murray River, Pinjarra - North Dandalup - Waroona area, Mandurah - Harvey area, Far Southwest Western Australia, Western Australia,
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