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A claim to areas of traditional land by the Walpiri and Kartangururru-Kurintji / Nicolas Peterson ... [et al.]
Bib ID 1338519
Format BookBook
Author
Peterson, Nicolas, 1941-
 
Description [Alice Springs, N.T. : Central Land Council], 1977 
75, 8, [4] leaves : ill., maps ; 30 cm. 
Notes

"Prepared at the instruction of the Central Land Council on behalf of the Walpiri and Kartangururru-Kurintji"

Spiral binding.

Bibliography: leaves [1]-[4]

Subjects Aboriginal Australians -- Land tenure -- Northern Territory.  |  Warlpiri (Australian people)  |  Kartangururru (Australian people)  |  Gurindji (Australian people)
Other authors/contributors Central Land Council (Australia)

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