Teddy Briscoe: Anmatyerre

Teddy Briscoe: Anmatyerre
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Teddy Briscoe and his family unload the newly purchased horses. Teddy‘s son Johnny welcomes us to his home, Pulardi (Desert Bore). Children gather around the stockyards as Johnny tells us that the children will learn to ride on the pony. Johnny tells us that this country is Anmatyerre, and this is the language that is spoken throughout this area.

Summary by Roma\ine Moreton