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Community: 
State Library of NSW
Category: 
Mob
Summary: 
Studio portrait of Biddy of Maitland, ca. 1875
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2 pages
Community: 
State Library of NSW
Category: 
Country & Culture, Languages
Summary: 
Raymond Ingrey (Dharawal, La Perouse) talks about teaching Dharawal in his community.
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Community: 
State Library of NSW
Category: 
Mob, Country & Culture, Arts, Objects & Technology
Summary: 
Two portraits of King Bungaree by Charles Rodius.
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Community: 
State Library of NSW
Category: 
Mob, Country & Culture
Summary: 
Bungaree, late King of the Broken Bay community, near Sydney.
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Community: 
State Library of NSW
Category: 
Country & Culture, Languages
Summary: 
Whether by design or for cultural reasons, Aboriginal languages have a complex system of protocols as a way to protect language, culture or people.
12_WestPlns_photo.jpg
Community: 
State Library of NSW
Category: 
Mob, Country & Culture, Languages
8_Mountains_armidale1.jpg
Community: 
State Library of NSW
Category: 
Country & Culture, Languages
5_MNTHCoast_nambucca copy.jpg
Community: 
State Library of NSW
Category: 
Country & Culture, Languages
Uncle Shayne - Kurnell.jpg
Community: 
State Library of NSW
Category: 
Languages
Summary: 
Living Language has been guided by a reference group of Elders, leaders and language custodians representing nine communities from across NSW and the ACT.
Nathan - Orange Grove Public.jpg
Community: 
State Library of NSW
Category: 
Mob, Country & Culture, Languages
Summary: 
Nathan Leslie (Gamilaraay, Wollongong) shares his story about teaching children Gamilaraay language at Orange Grove Public School, Sydney
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Community: 
State Library of NSW
Category: 
Mob, Country & Culture, Languages
Summary: 
Aunty Diane McNaboe shares stories and a song about her Country
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2 pages
Community: 
State Library of NSW
Category: 
Mob, Country & Culture, Languages
Summary: 
Aunty Diane McNaboe shares stories of her Country