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Where strange paths go down / by A.M. Duncan-Kemp
Bib ID 2323505
Format BookBook
Author
Duncan-Kemp, A. M. (Alice Monkton)
 
Description Brisbane : Smith & Paterson, 1952 
xv, 240 p., [11] leaves of plates : ill., maps : 22 cm. 
Notes

Maps on endpapers.

Glossary of Aboriginal words at back.

Subjects Aboriginal Australians -- Queensland, Southwestern.  |  Queensland, Southwestern -- Description and travel.
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