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S'pose I die : the story of Evelyn Maunsell / by Hector Holthouse
Bib ID 195969
Format BookBook
Author
Holthouse, Hector
 
Description Sydney : Angus & Robertson, 1973 
227p. : maps ; 20cm. 
ISBN 0207127050
0207129398 (paperback)
Summary

Evelyn Maunsells story of her life in the Mitchell River country and on the Atherton Tableland, Cape York Peninsula, during the early 1900s; includes description of conflict between Aborigines and whites; Aborigines as station workers.

Subjects Maunsell, Evelyn, 1888-  |  Queensland. Rural life, 1912-1930. Maunsell, Evelyn, 1888-. Biographies  |  Country life -- Queensland.  |  Race relations - Violent.  |  Mitchell River (Qld NW Cape York SD54, SE54, SE55)  |  Atherton Tableland (NE Qld SE55-05)  |  Queensland Gulf country (Qld SE54)

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