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List of works relating to the Aborigines of Australia and Tasmania
Bib ID 77752
Format BookBook
Author
New York Public Library
 
Description New York : New York Public Library, 1913 
56 p. ; 27 cm. 
Notes

Caption title: List of works in the New York Public Library relating to the Aborigines of Australia and Tasmania / compiled by George F. Black.

Includes subject index.

Reprinted from: Bulletin of the New York Public Library, (Nov. 1913)

Subjects New York Public Library - Catalogs.  |  Aboriginal Australians - Bibliography - Catalogs.  |  Aboriginal Tasmanians - Bibliography - Catalogs.
Other authors/contributors Black, George F. (George Fraser), 1866-1948

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