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The tribal groups from this region include the Kunja, Budjari, Kullilla, but my tribe is the BARUNGGUM TRIBE
For several thousand years, the Darling Downs was home to various clans of the Wakka Wakka language speakers: the Keinjan around Warwick, the Giabal around Toowoomba, the Barunggam to the west of Dalby, and the Jarowair around the Bunya mountains. To the south and west were the Bigambal and Kambuwal of the Kamilaroi speakers; to the east were the Jagara of the Turubul speakers. The Downs Indigenous peoples were also known as the Gomaingguru, ‘men of the Condamine’, or Gooneburra, ‘fire blacks’ (from their habit of frequently firing the grasslands). They numbered perhaps 1500–2000

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High Quality Acrylics with Gloss Varnish on Cotton Canvas, Stretched ready to hang with painted sides FRAME NOT INCLUDED READY TO HANG WITH A CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY

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