Seagull and Crane: A Traditional Lardil Story
Mirndiyan Gununa Aboriginal Corporation, Jan 31, 2015 - Dreamtime (Aboriginal Australian mythology) - 16 pages
Seagull woman looks after her babies all by herself while her husband Crane goes off hunting. When he comes back demanding his wife's attention, she leaves with the children, creating channels between the islands. This version of the Seagull and Crane story is based on recordings of the story told by Cyril Moon and Ellen Roughsey and includes reference to songs dreamt by Lindsay Roughsey.
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