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My place / Sally Morgan
Bib ID 6101293
Format BookBook
Author
Morgan, Sally, 1951 January 18-
 
Edition 1st American ed. 
Description New York : Seaver Books, 1988, ©1987 
360 p. ; 24 cm. 
ISBN 0805009116
Subjects Morgan, Sally, - 1951 January 18-  |  Morgan, Sally, - 1951 January 18- - Family.  |  Aboriginal Australians - Western Australia - Social conditions.  |  Race discrimination - Western Australia.  |  Women, Aboriginal Australian - Western Australia - Biography.  |  Western Australia - Biography.  |  Western Australia - Social life and customs.  |  Australian
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My place : an Aborigine's stubborn quest for her truth, heritage and origins

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