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A century of service to the Aborigines at Point McLeay, S.A / by Rev. Gordon Rowe, O.B.E
Bib ID 2549515
Format BookBook
Author
Rowe, Gordon, 1887-
 
Description Adel. : Aborigines Friends Association, [1960 
1 v. 
Subjects Aboriginal Australians -- Missions -- South Australia -- Point McLeay -- History.
Other authors/contributors Aborigines' Friends' Association (Adelaide, S.A.)
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