Wadigali

The Wadigali language lies in the north east of the state of South Australia, crossing the borders of NSW and Queensland.
It lies east of the Pirlatapa language and north of the closely related language / dialect Malyangapa.

AIATSIS id : L.12

VARIATIONS

Wadigali (used by AIATSIS), Wadikali, Evelyn Creek tribe /group.

 DISCLAIMER:  The above map is based upon the Horton Indigenous Map of Australia © Aboriginal Studies Press, AIATSIS, and Auslig/Sinclair, Knight, Merz, 1996. The full map is available on the  AIATSIS  website. The locations of the languages of SA, as stated on the this website are not intended for Land Claim use, and are an approximate guide only. Individual language project locations are based on information from publicly available MILR (ILS) documents.

DISCLAIMER:

The above map is based upon the Horton Indigenous Map of Australia © Aboriginal Studies Press, AIATSIS, and Auslig/Sinclair, Knight, Merz, 1996. The full map is available on the AIATSIS website. The locations of the languages of SA, as stated on the this website are not intended for Land Claim use, and are an approximate guide only. Individual language project locations are based on information from publicly available MILR (ILS) documents.

+ Reference and Source Archive

CROZIER, H. & DEWHURST, A. 1886. Evelyn Creek. In Curr, E.M. The Australian race: its origin, languages, customs, place of landing in Australia and the routes by which it spread itself over that continent. Melbourne. Government Printer: Vol. 2, pp.152-157. VIEW HERE [[This material is available at the State Library of South Australia, Barr Smith and other libraries in Adelaide.]]

HERCUS, Luise. 1994. Ned Palpinna, the last Wadikali. [[unpublished?]]

HERCUS, Luise. n.d. 246 Maljangapa-Wadigali vocabulary. [[Vocabulary: 6 files, 64 kB, 281 entries] [ASEDA]]

MORTON, A.W. 1886. Near the north-west corner of New South Wales. In Curr, E.M. The Australian race: its origin, languages, customs, place of landing in Australia and the routes by which it spread itself over that continent. Melbourne. Government Printer: vol.2, pp.158-161. VIEW HERE [[This material is available at the State Library of South Australia, Barr Smith and other libraries in Adelaide.]]

TINDALE, Norman B. (Norman Barnett), (1900-1993). 1934. Journal of anthropological expedition to the Diamantina, N.E. of South Australia, Aug. 1934. [[Held by the South Australian Museum. Identifier: AA 338/1/12.] [180 words according to Oates & Oates.]]

TINDALE, Norman B. (Norman Barnett). 1934-c.1976. ‘Parallel Vocabularies.’ [[Held by the South Australian Museum. Identifier: AA 338/8/20.]]

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