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Bush Toys: Aboriginal Children at Play

Claudia Haagen, Author
Format
Book
Published
Canberra : Aboriginal Studies Press, 1994.
Language
English
ISBN
0855752459, 9780855752453
Contents
  • First toys
  • About camp
  • Bush tucker
  • Hunting and fighting games
  • Playing with sound
  • Water play
  • Community play
  • Other toys
  • Afterword
Keywords
National Museum of Australia
boomerangs
bullroarers
football
'board games'
tip-cat
quoits
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