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Employment of native prisoners from Rottnest Island, at Fremantle bar and on the mainland
Bib ID 760596
Format BookBook
Author
Western Australia. Parliament
 
Description Perth ; Govt. Printer, 1890 
5 p. ; 34 cm. 
Series

Parliamentary paper ; no. 4 of 1890

Full contents Bound with Papers respecting the treatment of Aboriginal natives in Western Australia. 
Notes

F18370d.

Subjects Aboriginal Australians -- Employment -- Western Australia.

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