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Pinjarra Massacre Site Research and Development Project : report for stage 1/ by Natalie Contos ; in conjunction with Theo A. Kearing and the Murray District Aboriginal Association and Len Collard and Dave Palmer
Bib ID 2031558
Format BookBook
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Pinjarra Massacre Site Research and Development Project
 
Description [Pinjarra, WA : Murray Districts Aboriginal Association, 1998?] 
1 v. (various pagings) : ill. (some col.), maps, ports. (some col.) ; 30 cm. 
Notes

"June 1998"

7 maps in back pocket.

Subjects Historic sites - Western Australia - Pinjarra.  |  Massacres - Western Australia - Pinjarra.  |  Aboriginal Australians - Western Australia - Pinjarra - Treatment.  |  Pinjarra (W.A.) - History.
Other authors/contributors Contos, Natalie  |  Murray District Aboriginal Association

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