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Developing a land and resource management framework for Kaanju homelands, central Cape York Peninsula / B.R. Smith and D. Claudie
Bib ID 3092468
Format BookBook
Author
Smith, B. R., (Benjamin Richard)
 
Description Canberra : Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research, 2003 
24 p. : ill., maps ; 25 cm. 
ISBN 0731556313
Series

Discussion paper / Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research, 1036-1774 ; no. 256/2003

Discussion paper (Australian National University. Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research) ; no. 2003/256.

Notes

Includes bibliography (p. 21-24).

Subjects Land use -- Queensland -- Cape York Peninsula.  |  Natural resources -- Queensland -- Cape York Peninsula -- Management.  |  Aboriginal Australians -- Land tenure -- Queensland -- Cape York Peninsula.  |  Kaanju / Kaantju / Anjingid people (Y44) (Qld SD54-08)  |  Outstations / Homelands movement.  |  Environment - Resource management.  |  Environment - Land management.  |  Lockhart River (Qld NE Cape York SD54-04)  |  Archer River (Qld NW Cape York SD54-07, SD54-08)  |  Wenlock River / Batavia River (Qld NW Cape York SD54-03, SD54-04, SD54-08)
Other authors/contributors Claudie, D

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