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These were my tribesmen / Alan Marshall
Bib ID 2161763
Format BookBook
Author
Marshall, Alan, 1902-1984
 
Description Adelaide : Rigby, 1972 
214 p. : ill. ; 18 cm. 
ISBN 0851794084
Series

Seal books.

Notes

First published, Melbourne: Lansdowne, 1965 under the title: Ourselves writ strange.

Subjects Aborigines. Social life. Northern Territory. Personal observations  |  Aborigines. Social life. Queensland. Personal observations  |  Aboriginal Australians -- Northern Territory -- Social life and customs.  |  Aboriginal Australians -- Queensland -- Social life and customs.

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