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Newsletter / Wangka Maya, Pilbara Aboriginal Language Centre
Bib ID 709465
Format JournalJournal
Author
Wangka Maya Pilbara Aboriginal Language Centre
 
Description Port Hedland, W.A. : The Centre 
Notes

Caption title.

Description based on: Dec. 1991.

Later Title

Jakul kanganyakata

Subjects Wangka Maya Pilbara Aboriginal Language Centre -- Periodicals.  |  Aboriginal Australians -- Western Australia -- Pilbara -- Languages -- Periodicals.

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    Call Number: Nq 499.15 PIL
    Status: Available
    Items/Issues Held: (June 1992; Oct. 1994)
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