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Traditions for health : studies in Aboriginal reconstruction / Tim Rowse
Bib ID 2884925
Format BookBook
Author
Rowse, Tim, 1951-
 
Description Casuarina, N.T. : North Australia Research Unit, 1996 
xvii, 250 p. ; 22 cm. 
ISBN 0731524721 (paperback)
Notes

Includes index.

Bibliography: p. 229-243.

Subjects Aboriginal Australians - Health and hygiene - Australia, Central.  |  Aboriginal Australians - Medical care - Australia, Central.  |  Public health - Australia, Central.
Other authors/contributors Australian National University. North Australia Research Unit

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