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They crossed a continent : 3,000 miles with 95 children / by Margaret Somerville
Bib ID 295993
Format BookBook
Author
Somerville, Margaret, 1912-
 
Description [Sydney] : Methodist Overseas Missions, [1967] 
48 p. : ill., map ; 22 cm. 
Subjects Aboriginal Australians - Northern Territory - Croker Island - Missions.  |  Methodist Church - Missions.  |  Croker Island (N.T.) - History.  |  Northern Territory - Description and travel.
Other authors/contributors Methodist Church of Australasia. Department of Overseas Missions

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