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Keeping that good name : how Fred Powell of the Bogan River Wiradjuri built a cultural bridge / Evelyn Powell and Gaynor Macdonald with the assistance of Joan Willie and Cynthia Peckham
Bib ID 3021774
Format BookBook
Author
Powell, Evelyn
 
Description Canada Bay, N.S.W. : Let Her Rip Press, 2001 
xii, 146 p. : ill., maps, ports., ; 20 x 23 cm. 
ISBN 0957776616
Notes

Bibliography: p. 144-146.

Subjects Powell, Fred.  |  Wiradjuri (Australian people)  |  Aboriginal Australians - Biography.  |  Wiradjuri (Australian people) - Biography.
Other authors/contributors Macdonald, Gaynor
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