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The Queensland Aborigines / W.E. Roth ; editor, K.F. MacIntyre. Volume II
Bib ID 1884890
Format BookBook
Author
Roth, Walter Edmund, 1861?-1933
 
Edition Facsimile ed. 1984. 
Description Carlisle, W.A. : Hesperian Press, 1984 
1 v. (various pagings), (34) leaves of plates : ill. 
ISBN 0859050459 (set)
0859050556
Series

Aboriginal studies series ; no. 3

Notes

"Being Bulletins 1-8, "North Queensland Ethnography" from the Home Secretary's Department, Brisbane, 1901-1908.".

Subjects Aboriginal Australians - Queensland - Social life and customs.
Other authors/contributors MacIntyre, K. F  |  Australian Museum

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