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Aborigines of South Australia : illustrative and explanatory notes of the manners, customs, habits, and superstitions of the natives of South Australia / by B.T. Tiechelmann [sic, pen-altered to C.G. Tiechelmann]
Bib ID 2247809
Format BookBook
Author
Teichelmann, C. G. (Christian Gottlieb), 1807-1888
 
Description Adelaide : Public Library of South Australia, 1962 
13 p. ; 22 cm. 
Series

South Australian facsimile editions ; no. 2

Notes

Facsimile reprint. Originally published: Adelaide : Committee of the South Australian Wesleyan Methodist Auxilliary Society, 1841.

Subjects Aboriginal Australians - South Australia.

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