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The little black princess of the Never-Never / by Mrs. AEneas Gunn
Bib ID 1857022
Format BookBook
Author
Gunn, Aeneas, Mrs., 1870-1961
 
Uniform Title Little black princess
Edition New and rev. ed. 
Description London : Hodder & Stoughton ; Toronto : Henry Frowde, [19--] 
viii,107p. : ill., map ; 21cm. 
Notes

Includes 20 photographs of Australian aborigines, artefacts and bush scenes by W. Holtze.

For children.

Subjects Aboriginal Australians -- Fiction.
Other authors/contributors Holtze, W

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