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Australia's coloured minority : its place in the community / by A.O. Neville ; introduction by A.P. Elkin
Bib ID 711846
Format BookBook
Author
Neville, A. O. (Auber Octavius), 1875-1954
 
Description Sydney : Currawong Publishing Co., [1947?] 
263 p., [8] p. of plates : ports. ; 19 cm. 
Subjects Aboriginal Australians - Mixed descent - Government relations.  |  Aboriginal Australians - Mixed descent - Social conditions.
Other authors/contributors Elkin, A. P. (Adolphus Peter), 1891-1979

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