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dc.contributor.authorBates, Daisy-
dc.description.abstractWriting at Christmas 1944, DMB describes the wild storms’ effects on her tent at Wynbring Siding. She is happy that she has a gathering of descendants of Kabbarli’s mob who she had tended in the past. Their memories of her care for their parents and relatives, having been passed down through several generations, are the only evidence left of her work in the Ooldea area.-
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dc.subject.otherKilmeny Symon (1885 – 1969), Daisy May Bates (1859 – 1951), Wynbring (S.A.), Australian Aborigines, Wynbring (S.A.), Ooldea (S.A.), Yuria Water, Wirilya (S.A.), Fowler’s Bay (S.A.)-
dc.titleLetters from Daisy Bates 22/12/44en
Appears in Collections:Letters from Daisy Bates 1941-1946

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