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The language of the Kurnai tribes of Gippsland : with notes on grammar and pronunciation by R.H. Mathews and Kurnai-English and English- Kurnai vocabularies / compiled by P.D. Gardner
Bib ID 2868230
Format BookBook
Author
Gardner, P. D. (Peter Dean), 1945-
 
Description Ensay : Ngarak Press, 1996 
74 p. ; 22 cm. 
ISBN 1875254196
Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 73).

Subjects English language - Dictionaries - Kurnai.  |  Kurnai language - Dictionaries - English.  |  Kurnai language - Australia - Victoria - Grammar.  |  Aboriginal Australians - Languages.
Other authors/contributors Mathews, R. H. (Robert Henry)

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