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The Aboriginal languages of the south-west of Australia; speech forms in current use, and a technical description of Njunar, by Wilfrid H. Douglas
Bib ID 2698616
Format BookBook
Author
Douglas, Wilfrid H. (Wilfrid Henry)
 
Description Canberra, Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies, 1968 
vii, 105, iii p. map. 26 cm. 
Series

Australian aboriginal studies ; no. 14

Linguistic series ; no 4

Notes

English and Njunar.

Subjects Noongar languages.  |  Aboriginal Australians -- Languages.  |  Aboriginal Australians -- Australia, Southwest -- Languages.

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