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Higeki e no dōtei : sen nanahyaku hachijūhachi-nen kara sen happyaku sanjūyo-nen made no Ōsutoraria aborijini seisaku / J. F. Morisu
悲劇への道程 : 一七八八年から一八三四年までのオーストラリアアボリジニ政策 / J. F. モリス
Bib ID 275434
Format BookBook
Author
Morris, J. F
 
Description [Sendai-shi : Miyagi Gakuin Joshi Daigaku, 1996] 
[仙台市 : 宮城学院女子大学, 1996 
p. 117-142 ; 21 cm. 
Notes

Cover title.

"Miyagi Gakuin Joshi Daigaku kenkyū ronbunshū 83-gō (1996-nen 6-gatsu) bassui".

「宮城学院女子大学研究論文集第八三号(一九九六年六月)抜粋」.

Subjects Aboriginal Australians -- Government Policy.  |  Aboriginal Australians -- History.

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