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Aboriginal Australians: Spirit of Arnhem Land

Penny Tweedie, Author
Format
Book
Published
London : New Holland, 1998.
Language
English
ISBN
1864363304, 9781864363302
Contents
  • Tracing the history, forging the future
  • An ancient place and people
  • History revealed through rock art
  • Continuing history and tradition through bark painting
  • An enduring land, people, and country
  • Growing up in Arnhem Land
  • Events of significance
  • Land
  • Water
  • Spirit
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