Kujani (SA)

LocationFrom Parachilna north to Marree on west side of Flinders Ranges; northeast to Murnpeowie; around north end of Lake Torrens; west to Turret Range and Andamooka, excluding Lake Torrens. The northern people know them as Uru:mbula. Another division gives the name Wartakujani (plains country) to those near Lake Torrens and Adjnjakujani to the Kujani living near Leigh Creek and Beltana (the hills Kujani where ['adjna] = hill).
Co-ordinates137°55'E x 30°15'S
Area13,200 sq. m. (34,300 sq. km.)
ReferencesSchürmann, 1846, 1879; So. Aust. Parl. Paper 153, 1857-1858; Wilhelmi, 1860; Jessop, 1862; Kingsmill in Curr, 1886; East, 1889; Helms, 1896; Mathews, 1900 (Gr. 6526, 6448); Howitt, 1904; Howitt and Siebert, 1904; Eylmann, 1908; Strehlow, 1910; Home and Aiston, 1924; Basedow, 1925; Hale and Tindale, 1925; Elkin, 1931; Tindale, 1940.
Alternative NamesKuyani, Kuyanni, Kwiani, Kwiana, Kooyiannie, Gujani, Owinia, Cooyiannie, Kooyeeunna, Kooteeunna, Nganitjidi (of Pangkala, 'those who sneak and kill by night'), Ngannityiddi, Ngannityddi, (? misprint).
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