Mobile Language Team. Narungga.
Fragments of Budderer's waddy : a new Narungga grammar, Christina Eira with the Narungga Aboriginal Progress Association (NAPA), 2010.
Guungagu nharangga warra : children's Narungga dictionary, compiled by NAPA, 2006.
Johnson, James. Vocabulary of southern Yorke Peninsula natives.
Narrunga, Kaurna & Ngarrindjeri songs (kit), 1990.
Nharangga wanggadja = Narunnga speaking, compiled by Tania Wanganeen for NAPA, 2010.
Nharangga warra : Narungga dictionary, compiled by NAPA, 2006.
A series of children's books has also been written. For a list of titles conduct a search in the Library Catalogue on the author, Tania Wanganeen
Before the coming of the European pastoralists, the Yorke Peninsula was the home of the Narungga people, who occupied the land from near Port Wakefield in the east, over to Port Broughton in the west, and all the way down to the southern tip of the Peninsula. Read more on SA Memory.
Graham, Doris and Graham, Cecil. As we've known it: 1911 to the present, 1987.
Heinrich, Rhoda. Governor Fergusson's legacy : a history of the early days of the Maitland-Kilkerran districts, 1972.
Hill, D. L. and S.J. Notes on the Narangga tribe of Yorke Peninsula, 1975
Kartinyeri, Doreen. Narungga nation, 2002.
Krichauff, Skye. Nharrungga wargunni bugi-buggillu = a journey through Narungga history, 2011.
Survival in our own land : 'Aboriginal' experiences in 'South Australia' since 1836, Ch. 23 ‘Point Pearce’.
Tindale, Norman B. Notes on the natives of the southern portion of Yorke Peninsula, South Australia, 1936
Wood, Vivienne and Westell, Craig. Aboriginal archaeological site survey of Yorke Peninsula, South Australia, 1998.
To locate journal articles, access the State Library's eResources.
Selected South Australian newspapers, published prior to 1955, have been digitised as part of the National Library of Australia’s Trove website.
Further newspaper articles may be identified by using the following, Newspaper index : references to Aborigines in Adelaide newspapers, 1836-1940, 1989.