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Langinkab (?–?)

Langinkab (?–?) lived west of the Georgina River in the Northern Territory. She was a member of the Wild Australia Show that toured south-eastern Australia in 1892–93. Her husband, Kudajarnd, was also a member of the show. Langinkab was one of his two wives; the other was Kulindab.

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  • Michael Aird, Lindy Allen, Chantal Knowles, Paul Memmott, Maria Nugent, Tim O'Rourke and Jonathan Richards, Wild Australia Show

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'Langinkab (?–?)', People Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University,, accessed 28 September 2023.

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Alternative Names
  • Langingubble
  • Langanjo
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