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Ngarrindjeri Nation (Australia)

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[Ngarrindjeri Nation] by Dirk Schönberger, 25 September 2004
Based on an image by the designer, Matt Rigney. Used with permission.


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Description of the flag

The Indigenous People of the Lower River Murray Lakes and Coorong, known as the Ngarrindjeri, first flew and adopted this flag on 21st November, 1999

Patrick Byrt, 24 September 2004
Information from http://peaceliberation.tripod.com/pages/nlpaWebPage/Ngarrindjeri_flag.doc

On holiday in Victor Harbor, South Australia, I came across the Ngarrindjeri Nation Flag on a plaque on the plinth of the Encounter 2002 Poles, "ON OCCUPIED TERRITORY", commemorating the encounter in 1802 of Matthew Flinders and Nicolas Baudin in Ramindjeri Ngarrindjeri Waters, now called Encounter Bay.

Apparently the flag was first flown over Kumarangk (Hindmarsh Island) on 21 November 1999. An image and description of this flag can be seen on http://ngarrindjeri.tripod.com/pages/flag.html, with further discussion on http://users.chariot.net.au/~raymur/Ngarrindjeri-history.html.
Ant, 1 September 2004

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