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Colliding Worlds: First Contact in the Western Desert 1932-1984

Philip Batty, Author
Format
Book
Published
Melbourne, Vic. : Museum Victoria ; Adelaide, SA : National Aboriginal Cultural Institute Tandanya, 2006.
Language
English
ISBN
0975837001, 9780975837009
Contents
  • Philip Batty Introduction Intercultural Debris
  • Dick Kimber Kapi! Contact experiences in the Western Desert 1873-1984
  • Jeremy Long Meetings with Strangers
  • Philip Batty When we first met white people: Five biographies
  • John Kean A Big Canvas: Mobilising Pintupi painting
Keywords
National Aboriginal Cultural Institute Tandanya
Museum Victoria
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