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The second great division [crossed out - of] was the Kangandora-mittung who occupied the Omeo Plains, Livingston River and the Tambo River above somewhere about Ensay.

To the southward the Kandangora came in contact with the Brabralung clan of the Kurnai in the Tambo River and it is with ??? the old [crossed out: ???? of] road from Omeo to Bruthen was ??? the [crossed out: haul] [written above: ??? of ????] which the Omeo and Gippsland Blacks followed ????tively into eachothers country, to the North their boundary was about the Cobberas mountain and thence down the Indi River w about Tom Groggin then ????? ???? being the Ngarego.

Very little is known as w the class system of the Omeo tribe. That country was discovered and [something crossed out] settled by McFarland about 1842. In 1852 gold was found at Livingstone Creek and [the -crossed out] a great rush of [diggers - crossed out] miners set in to the "Omeo Diggings"; in 1862 there remained only [on - crossed out] no more than four or five of the once numerous Omeo tribe.

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