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Kokatha (Australian people)

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    • Gugada (Australian people)
    • Kokata (Australian people)
    • Kokitta (Australian people)
    • Koocatho (Australian people)
    • Koogurda (Australian people)
    • Kugurda (Australian people)
    • Kukata (Australian people)
    • Madutara (Australian people)
    • Maduwonga (Australian people)
    • Wanggamadu (Australian people)
    • Wongamardu (Australian people)
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    • found: Work cat.: Coleman, D. Mazin Grace, 2012:p. 1 ("My name is Grace. Grace Dawn. That's 'cause I was born just as the jindu came up over our Kokatha country on Koonibba Mission.") p. 5 ("I'm Kokatha") unnumb. prelim. p. (Dylan Coleman is a Kokatha Aboriginal-Greek woman from the far west coast of South Australia) p. 244 ("I acknowledge my Kokatha ancestors")
    • found: Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies website, Mar. 4, 2016:Explore > Culture > Aboriginal Australia map (Kokatha)
    • found: Ethnologue, via WWW, Mar. 4, 2016(Kokata, a language of Australia. ISO 639-3: ktd. Alternate Names: Gugada, Kokatha, Kokitta, Koocatho, Koogurda, Kugurda, Kukata, Madutara, Maduwonga, Wanggamadu, Wongamardu. Population: 19. Location: South Australia state: Coober Peby, Mount Eba, Pimba. Different from Kukatja [kux])
    • found: Kokatha website, Mar. 4, 2016:home page (Kokatha; Kokatha people; The Kokatha People are the Traditional Owners of large section of the land in the north of South Australia) About Kokatha > Culture and Heritage (A great concern for Kokatha is the protection of culturally significant artefacts being dug up as a result of mining activity in the region. The scope and frequency of this occurring is likely to increase as mining activity expands. Lack of recognition about Kokatha's title and legal rights has a stressful impact on our people in many ways. Kokatha people hold knowledge about the land in language, stories and ritual and history) -
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    • 2016-03-11: new
    • 2016-06-03: revised
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