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Weaving tapestries : a handbook for building communities / Tim Muirhead
Bib ID 1045313
Format BookBook
Author
Muirhead, Tim
 
Description Mount Hawthorn, W.A. : Local Government Community Services Association (WA), 2002 
62 p. : ill. ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 0975012401
Notes

Webliography: p. 62.

Bibliography: p. 61.

Subjects Community development -- Western Australia.  |  Community development -- Australia.
Available From Local Government Community Services Association (W.A.), PO Box 78, Mount Hawthorn WA 6016 

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