Group in front of shelter with shields and swords, Cardwell, 1890s

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When: 01 January 1900

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Creator: Unidentified.

Location: Cardwell, Queensland.

Description: Cardwell Aboriginal group name is Girramay. This group of people have male, females and children. Within this photographs there are rainforest shield, wooden sword [nulla nulla], spears, boomerang, woven baskets, in front of a long grass hut [Gunyah].

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