DOBES Archive

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David Minyimak, Reggie Cooper and Archie Brown perform Ldalha "Sea Songs" at night at Marradi Wiyul (Max Davidson's Safari Camp) during the Mangurlhan site survey trip. Before the music starts and during music breaks there is some good natural dialogue in Iwaidja.
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Visiting Khaki Marralas country: Khaki Marrala, a knowledgable Iwaidja man who lives on Croker Island, was talking for decades about going back to his country on the mainland (Wilyi), to set up an outstation and live there with his family. In July 2006 the researchers Bruce Birch, Nicholas Evans, Murray Garde and Kim Akerman organized a field trip with Khaki Marrala and two other informants to Wilyi. It is the first time since 25 years that Khaki Marrala is back on his homeland.
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Visiting Khaki Marralas country: Khaki Marrala, a knowledgable Iwaidja man who lives on Croker Island, was talking for decades about going back to his country on the mainland (Wilyi), to set up an outstation and live there with his family. In July 2006 the researchers Bruce Birch, Nicholas Evans, Murray Garde and Kim Akerman organized a field trip with Khaki Marrala and two other informants to Wilyi. It is the first time since 25 years that Khaki Marrala is back on his homeland.
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Archie Brown explains some triangular kin terms in English and Iwaidja to Nick Evans and Murray Garde.
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Visiting Khaki Marralas country: Khaki Marrala, a knowledgable Iwaidja man who lives on Croker Island, was talking for decades about going back to his country on the mainland (Wilyi), to set up an outstation and live there with his family. In July 2006 the researchers Bruce Birch, Nicholas Evans, Murray Garde and Kim Akerman organized a field trip with Khaki Marrala and two other informants to Wilyi. It is the first time since 25 years that Khaki Marrala is back on his homeland.
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Visiting Khaki Marralas country: Khaki Marrala, a knowledgable Iwaidja man who lives on Croker Island, was talking for decades about going back to his country on the mainland (Wilyi), to set up an outstation and live there with his family. In July 2006 the researchers Bruce Birch, Nicholas Evans, Murray Garde and Kim Akerman organized a field trip with Khaki Marrala and two other informants to Wilyi. It is the first time since 25 years that Khaki Marrala is back on his homeland.
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Visiting Khaki Marralas country: Khaki Marrala, a knowledgable Iwaidja man who lives on Croker Island, was talking for decades about going back to his country on the mainland (Wilyi), to set up an outstation and live there with his family. In July 2006 the researchers Bruce Birch, Nicholas Evans, Murray Garde and Kim Akerman organized a field trip with Khaki Marrala and two other informants to Wilyi. It is the first time since 25 years that Khaki Marrala is back on his homeland.
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Tim Mamitba and Rachel Nimilga discuss kinship terminology and triangular kinship terms. N.B. Although recorded on digital video, there is no video file for this session as the informants requested that they not be filmed.
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Charlie Mangulda, David Minyimak, Archie Brown, Tim Mamitba and Reggie Cooper with Murray Garde and Bruce Birch at Marradi Wiyul (Max Davidson's Safari Camp) during the Mangurlhan Site Survey Trip: The Iwaidja language consultants name, locate and identify some clans from the Cobourg Peninsula and the Kakadu area to the south. They explain the categories 'clean water people' and 'dirty water people' first in English, then in Iwaidja.
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Khaki Marrala and David Minyimak talk about how to find and how to cut down a hollow tree containing wild honey. They name various bee types and list the tree species in which honey can be found. They explain the different parts of a bees nest (wax, eggs, honey, etc), and what part of it can be eaten. The text is partly in Iwaidja, partly in English, and also contains some Kunwinjku.
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Joy Williams Malwagag and Ilijili Lamilami discuss kinship terminology and triangular kinship terms.
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Visiting Khaki Marralas country: Khaki Marrala, a knowledgable Iwaidja man who lives on Croker Island, was talking for decades about going back to his country on the mainland (Wilyi), to set up an outstation and live there with his family. In July 2006 the researchers Bruce Birch, Nicholas Evans, Murray Garde and Kim Akerman organized a field trip with Khaki Marrala and two other informants to Wilyi. It is the first time since 25 years that Khaki Marrala is back on his homeland.
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Visiting Khaki Marralas country: Khaki Marrala, a knowledgable Iwaidja man who lives on Croker Island, was talking for decades about going back to his country on the mainland (Wilyi), to set up an outstation and live there with his family. In July 2006 the researchers Bruce Birch, Nicholas Evans, Murray Garde and Kim Akerman organized a field trip with Khaki Marrala and two other informants to Wilyi. It is the first time since 25 years that Khaki Marrala is back on his homeland.
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Archie Brown, Reggie Cooper and David Minyimak verify some places, including Awunbarna and Warrulany Jang, clan territories and sacred sites. BB checks transcription of place names, sites, clans, and clan territories.
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Archie Brown, Reggie Cooper and David Minyimak verify the location of places, clan territories and sacred sites. BB checks transcription of place names, sites, clans, and clan territories. The text is mostly in English with some Iwaidja.
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David Minyimak, Reggie Cooper and Archie Brown perform Jurtbirrk "Iwaidja Love Songs" at night at Marradi Wiyul (Max Davidson's Safari Camp) during the Mangurlhan site survey trip. There is also some conversation during music breaks in Iwaidja and English, including good natural dialogue.
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Contains natural dialogue in Iwaidja by David Minyimak, Reggie Cooper and Archie Brown after their Jurtbirrk ("Love Songs") perfomance at Marradi Wiyul (Max Davidson's Safari Camp) during the Mangurlhan site survey trip.
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Visiting Khaki Marralas country: Khaki Marrala, a knowledgable Iwaidja man who lives on Croker Island, was talking for decades about going back to his country on the mainland (Wilyi), to set up an outstation and live there with his family. In July 2006 the researchers Bruce Birch, Nicholas Evans, Murray Garde and Kim Akerman organized a field trip with Khaki Marrala and two other informants to Wilyi. It is the first time since 25 years that Khaki Marrala is back on his homeland.
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Tim Mamitba and Rachel Nimilga discuss kinship terminology and triangular kinship terms. N.B. Although recorded on digital video, there is no video file for this session as the informants requested that they not be filmed.
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Joy Williams gives some reciprocal constructions in Iwaidja.