Monday, September 12, 2005
- Name: Kyan gadac
- Location: Albany, Australia
Kyan gadac is a pseudonym first used in a letter written in 1855 by Canon Wollaston on behalf of a local Noongar leader appealling for compensation for lost land. It means 'having nothing' and was a pun on the traditional name of the Elleker Lake system 15km west of Albany
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