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Understanding Wumpurrarni ways / by Rosemary Narrurlu Plummer ; with help from Jane Simpson
Bib ID 594596
Format BookBook
Author
Plummer Narrurlu, Rosemary
 
Description [Tennant Creek, N.T. : R. Plummer, 2000?] 
[10] leaves ; 21 cm. 
Notes

Cover title.

"Wumpurrarni means Aboriginal in Warumungu"

Subjects Aboriginal Australians -- Northern Territory -- Social life and customs.
Other authors/contributors Simpson, Jane Helen
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