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Australian bypaths : the heart of the jarrah bush / by Norman Duncan
Bib ID 2366390
Format BookBook
Author
Duncan, Norman, 1871-1916
 
Description p. [123]-136 : ill. ; 25 cm. 
Summary

A collection of articles by Norman Duncan about life in the Australian bush; describes agricultural and horticultural ventures and the view and treatment by settlers and others of Aboriginal people living in camps on the edge of settlements.

Notes

In: Harper's monthly magazine. v.128, no. 763-16.

Subjects Race relations - Representation - Literature.  |  Settlement and contacts - Settlers.  |  Forestry.  |  Habitation - Camps - Fringe and town.  |  Occupations - Agricultural and horticultural workers.

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