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Tash Mitchell

tash mitchellWho is your mob?

My mob is the Mardgany (pronounced Mardigan) People from the South West of Queensland - Quilpie Region. Although my mob grew up and lived in Cunnamulla.

Where were you born and grow up?

I was born and raised in Cunnamulla, South West Queensland, Cunnamulla is a small community which is densely populated with Aboriginals.

Where did you go to school and what did you...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 30 August 2012 09:49

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Elizabeth (Liz) Hornibrook

liz profileWho is your mob?

My mob - my maternal ancestors descend from Palm Valley/Ntaria in Central Australia - Western Arrente

Where were you born and grow up?

I was born at the Royal Brisbane Women's Hospital in Brisbane. I spent most of my growing up years in Aspley, north Brisbane. I also lived in the small community of Harrisville near Ipswich, and in Ipswich, Queensland.

What did you...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 23 August 2012 11:25

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Sandy Robinson

sandy robinsonWho is your mob?

My mob is Budjidi.

Where were you born?

I was born in Cunnamulla and grew up in Yelarbon, which is between Goondiwindi and Inglewood.

I went to primary school in Yelarbon and high school at Inglewood. I loved everything about school, I had a wonderful school experience, what I loved most was learning, learning about everything.

What did you do after you...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 09 August 2012 14:52

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Raymond Zada

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I believe my mob is the Pitjantjatjara people of the Marree region. Marree is almost 700 km north of Adelaide at the junction of the Oodnadatta Track and the Birdsville Track.

Where were you born?

I was born in Adelaide and grew up in Marree. I am of have Afghan, Scottish and Aboriginal descent. Marree was were the first mosque made of mud brick was built by the Afghan cameleers...

 

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Last Updated on Friday, 17 August 2012 12:38

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Robyn Gray

robyn grayWho is your mob? I'm Kamilaroi.

Where were your born and grow up?

I was born and grew up in Charleville. We lived on the Yumba, there was good and bad while growing up. I went to school at the local convent school but didn't like school because the nuns weren't very nice.

What did you do after school?

I left Charleville when I was 16 I worked on properties and then moved to Toowoomba. I...

 

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Last Updated on Saturday, 04 August 2012 09:45

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