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|Title:||Mulla-Yakki (Murla-Yaki) and Mullayakki-Parri (Murlayaki-Pari)|
|Abstract:||Mullayakki (or, in our New Spelling, Murlayaki) is the most probable interpretation of the Kaurna place-name recorded as “Mulleakki” by the German missionaries in 1839-40. It named the territory of a Kaurna-speaking group located near Port Gawler: from the mouth of the Gawler River upstream, including the rich well-watered alluvial flats of Buckland Park and Virginia, probably up to somewhere around Penfield Gardens, together with adjacent strips of the surrounding plain.|
South Australia geography
Kaurna Warra Pintyandi
|Description:||With Part 3 (Conclusion) of the 1839 Police expedition and its aftermath; an account of Mullayakkiburka (Tam O’Shanter) and the Mullayakki tribe; and an Appendix about the politics of these 1839 events.|
|Appears in Collections:||Southern Kaurna Place Names Essays|
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