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Dingo makes us human : life and land in an Aboriginal Australian culture / Deborah Bird Rose
Bib ID 1571876
Format BookBook
Author
Rose, Deborah Bird, 1946-
 
Description Cambridge [England] ; Melbourne : Cambridge University Press, 1992 
249 p., [3] p. of plates : ill., geneal. tables, maps, ports. ; 26 cm. 
ISBN 0521392691
0521794846
Notes

Includes index.

Bibliography: p. [238]-245.

Subjects Aboriginal Australians - Northern Territory - Yarralin - Social conditions.  |  Aboriginal Australians - Northern Territory - Yarralin - Religion.  |  Aboriginal Australians - Northern Territory - Yarralin - Land tenure.

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