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'Two-up' : by scooter to Australia / Michael Marriott
Bib ID 798706
Format BookBook
Author
Marriott, Michael, 1928-
 
Description London : the Travel Book Club, 1960 
214 p. : maps ; 22 cm. 
Summary

Chap.13 deals with the Aborigines of Snake Bay on Melville Island, of filming native activities including dancing interpreted as a funeral ritual.

Subjects Voyages and travels.  |  Motorcycling -- Australia.  |  Recreation - Gambling - Two up.  |  Death - Mortuary / funeral ceremonies.  |  Australia -- Pictorial works.  |  Milikapiti / Snake Bay (Melville Island NT SC52-16)

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