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The legend of Monga Khan : an Aussie folk hero / [eds. Peter Drew & Royce Kurmelovs ; contributors: Nici Cumpston and [eleven others]
Bib ID 7330051
Format BookBook [text, still image, volume]
Description [Adelaide] : Peter Drew Arts, [2016] 
©2016 
138 pages : illustrations, portraits ; 19 cm 
ISBN 9780995438804 (paperback)
Summary

Monga Khan was born in British India in the area of Batrohan in Punjab. He arrived in Australia in 1895 and worked as a hawker in rural Victoria in 1930 he died in the Ararat hospital, aged 68. These are the facts; What follows is legend.

Subjects Khan, Monga.  |  Cameleers -- South Australia.  |  Multiculturalism -- Australia.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Drew, Peter, 1983- editor  |  Kurmelovs, Royce, editor  |  Cumpston, Nici, contributor

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