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The hungry heart / Max Griffiths
Bib ID 1068652
Format BookBook
Author
Griffiths, Max
 
Description Kenthurst [N.S.W.] : [Cincinnati, OH : Kangaroo Press ; Distributed by Seven Hills Book Dist.], c1992 
176 p., [20] p. of plates : col. ill., maps ; 24 cm. 
ISBN 0864174861
Notes

Distributor from label on cover.

Includes index.

Subjects Griffiths, Max.  |  Australian Inland Mission.  |  Royal Flying Doctor Service of Australia.  |  Missionaries - Australia - Biography.  |  Aboriginal Australians - Medical care.  |  Australia - Social life and customs.  |  Australia - Social conditions.

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