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Aboriginal land summit : making land rights matter, Townsville, Monday, 25 September 1995 / Foundation for Aboriginal and Islander Research Action
Bib ID 2935336
Format BookBook
Description Brisbane : Auscript, 1995 
96 p. ; 30 cm. 
Notes

"Transcript of proceedings."

Subjects Aboriginal Australians - Queensland - Land tenure - Congresses.  |  Aboriginal Australians - Legal status, laws, etc. - Queensland - Congresses.  |  Land tenure - Law and legislation - Queensland - Congresses.
Other authors/contributors Foundation for Aboriginal and Islander Research Action  |  Auscript
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Making land rights matter

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