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Boomerang

Object Number:31-33-229
Current Location: Collections Storage
Provenience: Australia
Western Australia
Albany, Western Australia
Section:Oceanian
Materials:Wood
Length: 60 cm
Credit Line:Purchased from A. E. West, 1931
Other Number:99 - Other Number

Description

V-shaped boomerang of brown wood. One arm somewhat irregularly shaped. Several shallow indentations infilled with red sealing wax (?). Made and used by the Mineng, a Noongar people of Southern Western Australia. Kylee (the Noongar name for boomerang) (Brett Nannup).

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