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Message From Mungo

Andrew Pike , Producer; Ann McGrath, Producer
Format
Video; DVD
Published
Mitchell, ACT Ronin Films, [2014]
Language
English
Aboriginal languages
ISBN
9781922005151, 1922005150
Contents
The story of the interaction between scientists and the custodians of indigenous heritage at Lake Mungo, one of the world's richest archaeological sites.
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    a| Speakers: Dorothy Lawson, Gary Pappin, John Mulvaney, Harry Allen, Alan Thorne, Wilfred Shawcross, Sharon Sullivan, Isobel McBryde, Dawn Smith, Tanya Charles, Jeannette Hope, Lottie Williams, Badger Bates, Jean Charles, Mary Pappin, Michael Ockwell, Harvey Johnston, Des Wakefield, Val Barnes, Barbara Murphy, Dave Johnston, Junette Mitchell, Marie Mitchell.
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