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Iwupataka : Central Australia's first all-Aboriginal tourist enterprise / editorial and pictures by Peter B. English
Bib ID 1610499
Format BookBook
Printer (Alice Springs : Inland Publications)
Description Iwupataka [N.T.] : Jay Creek Progress Association, [1972?] 
12 p. : ill. (some col.), col. map, ports. ; 23 cm. 
Summary

Publicity leaflet for tourist visiting Jay Creek Settlement, quotes T.G.H. Strehlows articles in Inland Review on mythology of Iloata - Iwupataka area, plate shows members of Association committee.

Notes

Cover title.

Latest date found in text 1969; references to Welfare Branch predate 1973.

Subjects Jay Creek Progress Association.  |  Tourism -- Northern Territory -- Iwupataka.  |  Aboriginal Australians -- Northern Territory -- Iwupataka.  |  Community organisations - Cultural.  |  Enterprises - Tourism.  |  Stories and motifs.  |  Iwupataka (N.T.)  |  Iwupataka / Jay Creek (South Central NT SF53-14)
Other authors/contributors English, Peter B., 1916-  |  Jay Creek Progress Association

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