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National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander survey 1994, including selected statistics from the 1991 census of population and housing and the 1992 ATSIC housing and community infrastructure needs survey : regional statistics, Hobart ATSIC region
Bib ID 1891594
Format BookBook
Description Canberra : Australian Bureau of Statistics, 1996 
x, 94 p. : ill., maps ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 0642231079
Summary

Summary statistical information is presented on family and culture, health, housing, education and training, employment and income, and law and justice, with a description of the region, its size, major towns and localities, and the demographics of the indigenous population of the region.

Notes

"Tasmanian Aboriginal Regional Council".

"Lois O'Donoghue, CBE AM, Chairperson, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission".

"W. McLennan, Australian Statistician, Australian Bureau of Statistics".

Catalogue no. 4196.0.

Catalogue no. 4196.0.00.029.

Includes tables.

Subjects Aboriginal Australians -- Tasmania -- Economic conditions -- Statistics.  |  Torres Strait Islanders -- Tasmania -- Economic conditions -- Statistics.  |  Aboriginal Australians -- Education -- Tasmania -- Statistics.  |  Torres Strait Islanders -- Education -- Tasmania -- Statistics.  |  Aboriginal Australians -- Employment -- Tasmania -- Statistics.  |  Torres Strait Islanders -- Employment -- Tasmania -- Statistics.  |  Aboriginal Australians -- Tasmania -- Intellectual life -- Statistics.  |  Torres Strait Islanders -- Tasmania -- Intellectual life -- Statistics.  |  Aboriginal Australians -- Housing -- Tasmania -- Statistics.  |  Torres Strait Islanders -- Housing -- Tasmania -- Statistics.  |  Aboriginal Australians -- Health and hygiene -- Tasmania -- Statistics.  |  Torres Strait Islanders -- Health and hygiene -- Tasmania -- Statistics.  |  Aboriginal Australians -- Tasmania -- Crime -- Statistics.  |  Torres Strait Islanders -- Tasmania -- Crime -- Statistics.  |  Law - Legal aid services.  |  Housing.  |  Employment - Unemployment.  |  Health - Weight.  |  Culture.  |  Education.  |  Hobart map area (SE Tas SK55-08)
Other authors/contributors Australian Bureau of Statistics  |  Australia. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission  |  Tasmanian Aboriginal Regional Council (Australia. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission)
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Nineteen ninety-four national Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander survey : Hobart ATSIC region

1994 National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander survey : Hobart ATSIC region

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