|Location||Macarthur River from near Boroloola to the coast and on the Sir Edward Pellew Islands excluding Vanderlin Island; at Pungalina; southeast along coast to beyond Tully Inlet. In the 1940 map the Njangga were treated as a separate tribe. It is now known from fieldwork at Doomadgee, with Janjula people, that it is merely an eastern name used by the Jokula and others for eastern hordes of the Janjula, extending inland to near Wollogorang.|
|Co-ordinates||137°10'E x 16°20'S|
|Area||6,300 sq. m. (16,400 sq. km.)|
|References||Stretton, 1893; Mathews, 1899 (Gr. 6443), 1900 (Gr. 6575); Spencer and Gillen, 1904; Power in Basedow, 1907; Spencer, 1914; Radcliffe-Brown, 1930; Sharp, 1935; Tindale, 1940, 1960 MS, 1963 MS; Elkin in Berndt, 1951; Capell, 1956; Australian Encyclopedia, 1958; Elkin, 1961; Lockwood, 1962; Oates et al., 1964; Pittman et al., 1964; Kirton, 1964, M. Reay, 1964 verb. comm.; Wurm, 1965.|
|Alternative Names||Yanula, Yanular, Anjula, Anyula, Anyoola, Anyuwa, Yanyuwa, Aniula, Anula, Anuwa, Leanawa, Leeanuwa, Unalla, Djirukurumbant (directional name given them by tribes to the east), Njangga (eastern name for Janjula), Njangkala, Yangala, Iangkala, Yuckamurri, Yuggamurra.|
This information is reproduced from NB Tindale's Aboriginal Tribes of Australia
(1974). Please be aware that much of the data relating to Aboriginal language group distribution and definition has undergone revision since 1974. Please note also that this catalogue represents Tindale's attempt to depict Aboriginal tribal distribution at the time of European contact.