Some Myths and Legends of the Australian Aborigines
W. J. Thomas
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Pages (PDF): 50
Publication Date: 1923
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This is a collection of 19 folk-tales and myths of the Australian Aborigines. The stories recount tales about nature and animals and include, A Legend Of The Great Flood, How The Sun Was Made, Why The Fish-Hawk Was Driven To The Sea, How The Native Bear Lost His Tail, Why The Crow Is Black, The Story Of The Seven Sisters And The Faithful Lovers, and, How The Kangaroo Got A Long Tail, And The Wombat A Flat Forehead.
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