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The dew-wet earth / A.E. Wells
Bib ID 1996220
Format BookBook
Author
Wells, Ann E. (Ann Elizabeth)
 
Description Adelaide : Rigby, 1973 
60 p. : ill. ; 23 cm. 
ISBN 0851796516
Series

Marcie Muir collection of Australian children's books.

Legends of Arnhem Land ; 1.

Rigby opal books.

Notes

For children.

Cited In

White, v. 2, 9557

Subjects Aboriginal Australians -- Northern Territory -- Arnhem Land -- Folklore.  |  Tales -- Northern Territory -- Arnhem Land.  |  Aboriginal tales & legends. Northern Territory. Arnhem Land. Texts  |  Djinang / Dyinang people (N94.1) (NT SD53-02)  |  Stories and motifs.  |  Yirrkala (East Arnhem Land SD53-04)  |  Milingimbi (Central Arnhem Land NT SD53-02)
Form/genre Children's stories, Australian.  |  Legends.

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