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Map showing the distribution of the Aboriginal tribes of Australia [cartographic material] / by Norman B. Tindale
Bib ID 3698417
Format MapMap, OnlineOnline
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Scale Scale 1:6,336,000 (E 112°--E 154°/S 8°--S 38°) 
Description Adelaide : Govt. Photolithographer, 1940 
1 map : col ; 64 x 76cm. 
Notes

Also available in an electronic version via the Internet at: http:/­/­nla.gov.au/­nla.map-gmod91

Transactions of the Royal Society of South Australia 64 (1) 26 July, 1940.

Subjects Tribes - Australia - Maps.  |  Aboriginal Australians - Maps.  |  Human geography - Australia - Maps.  |  Australia - Maps.
Time Coverage 1940 
Other authors/contributors Tindale, Norman B. (Norman Barnett), 1900-1993
Also Titled

Transactions of the Royal Society of South Australia ; v.64 no.1, 1940.

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