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Boonja bardak korn = All trees are good for something / Esther & Sandy Paddy & Moya Smith
Bib ID 464472
Format BookBook
Author
Paddy, Esther
 
Description [Perth, W.A.] : Anthropology Dept., Western Australian Museum, [1988?] 
32 p. : ill., map ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 073092114X (not printed in book)
Series

Community report ; 87/1

Community report (Western Australian Museum. Anthropology Department) 87/1.

Notes

Text in English with Bardi translation.

Includes bibliographical references.

Subjects Plants, Useful -- Western Australia -- Kimberley.  |  Wild plants, Edible -- Western Australia -- Kimberley.  |  Medicinal plants -- Western Australia -- Kimberley.  |  Aboriginal Australians -- Western Australia -- Kimberley -- Food.
Other authors/contributors Paddy, Sandy  |  Smith, Moya  |  Western Australian Museum. Anthropology Department
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All trees are good for something

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