OK, a bit of legal stuff now. All material from Kunama has been reproduced as faithfully as possible from the original editions, in any ways possible to transfer material from analogue to digital editions. I've tried to keep to the spirit of the editions as printed, occasionally needing to make concessions for legibility, useability and logical continuity. Since Kunama was produced at Monaro High School, with a varying number of students anywhere between 600 and 1000, as well as having been presented to the Cooma-Monaro community at large, I have assumed that the editions of Kunama have passed into the public domain for all to use and appreciate. In this light I wish to present my efforts as an ongoing tribute to the students and the teachers of MHS, as well as the Cooma-Monaro community to whom I still feel deeply indebted after so many years.
Having said all this, if there are any persons who feel their rights have been compromised or infringed in any way whatsoever, please feel free to contact me and we'll discuss the matter as thoroughly as possible. Contact info can be found at the bottom of this page and additional information as to the how and why of what I've been doing can be found at my site page.