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The King River and the Lairmerenga : what Tasmania stands to lose
Bib ID 1257649
Format BookBook
Description [Hobart] : Tasmanian Aboriginal Centre, 1991 
7 p. : ill. ; 22 cm. 
Summary

Flooding of King River for hydro-electric power would destroy evidence of life of Lairmerenga, the people of the King and Franklin River areas of western Tasmania, and their connection with other Tasmanian peoples.

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Subjects Aboriginal Tasmanians -- Antiquities.  |  Dams -- Environmental aspects -- Tasmania.  |  Sites - Conservation and protection.  |  Land rights - Claims, disputes, hearings.  |  King River (Tas.) -- History.  |  Franklin / Gordon Rivers (SW Tas SK55-07)  |  King River (W Tas SK55-05)
Other authors/contributors Tasmanian Aboriginal Centre

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