Australian Legendary Tales Folk-Lore of the Noongahburrahs As Told To The Piccaninnies cover

Australian Legendary Tales Folk-Lore of the Noongahburrahs As Told To The Piccaninnies

K. Langloh Parker

1. 00 – Preface & Introduction, by Andrew Lang, MA
2. 01 – Dinewan the Emu, and Goomblegubbon the Bustard
3. 02 – The Galah, and Oolah the Lizard
4. 03 – Bahloo The Moon And The Daens
5. 04 – The Origin of the Narran Lake
6. 05 – Gooloo The Magpie and the Wahroogah
7. 06 – The Weeoombeens and the P
8. 07 – Bootoolgah the Crane and Goonur the Kangaroo Rat
9. 08 – Weedah the Mocking Bird
10. 09 – The Gwineeboos the Redbreasts
11. 10 – Meamei the Seven Sisters
12. 11 – The Cookooburrahs and The Goolahgool
13. 12 – The Mayamah
14. 13 – The Bunbundoolooeys
15. 14 – Oongnairwah And Guinare
16. 15 – Narahdarn the Bat
17. 16 – Mullyangah The Morning Star
18. 17 – Goomblegubbon, Beeargah, and Ouyan
19. 18 – Mooregoo the Mopoke and Bahloo the Moon
20. 19 – Ouyan the Curlew
21. 20 – Dinewan The Emu, And Wahn The Crows
22. 21 – Goolahwilleel the Topknot Pigeons
23. 22 – Goonur, the Woman-Doctor
24. 23 – Deereeree the Wagtail, and the Rainbow
25. 24 – Mooregoo the Mopoke, and Mooninguggahgul the Mosquito Bird
26. 25 – Bougoodoogahdah the Rain Bird
27. 26 – The Borah of Byamee
28. 27 – Bunnyyarl The Flies And Wurrunnunnah The Bees
29. 28 – Deegeenboyah the Soldier-Bird
30. 29 – Mayrah, The Wind That Blows The Winter Away
31. 30 – Wahambeh The Turtle
32. 31 – Wirreenun The Rainmaker

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Summary

A Collection of Australian Aboriginal Legendary Folk-Lore Tales, legends of the Narran tribe, known among themselves as Noongahburrahs.