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The Crow and Chicken Hawk Dreamings argue and fight over who should possess the fire and the water.
Editorial note: The Chick Hawk (Malarrkarrka) Dreaming belongs to the Wuyaliya clan and is the possessor of fire. The Crow (a-Wangka) Dreaming belongs to the Mambaliya clan and is the possessor of water.
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Language:English, Aboriginal YanyuwaAIATSIS ref. (N153) (NT SE53-04)
yCountry Lines ArchivesMelbourne:Monash University,2010Z18555142010website 'The Monash Country Lines Archive (MCLA) is a collaborative Monash University project between the Monash Indigenous Centre (MIC), Faculty of Arts and the Faculty of Information Technology with a team of Monash researchers, digital animators and post-graduate students from the Monash Indigenous Centre, Faculty of Arts and the Faculty of Information Technology. The Monash Country Line Archive demands intellectual engagement in regards to issues associated with how best to construct a living archive that is a decolonised space in which communities are happy to see their material stored. It also provides an exciting place for scholars to work and share knowledge'. (Source: Monash University website www.infotech.monash.edu.au)Melbourne:Monash University,2010