A.L.P. Cameron was born in Victoria and later became a grazier in the Riverina district of NSW. Cameron's letters to Howitt and his many published works in rural newspapers and academic journals contain vocabularies and ethnographic commentaries of a high quality. His obituary noted that 'it was claimed... that few were better versed than he in aboriginal folk lore, and in the language and dialects of the Australian blacks'.
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