A woman's role in pristine aboriginal-society

Lane, Louis N., 1919- 1992, A woman's role in pristine aboriginal-society, [unpublished],.

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Title A woman's role in pristine aboriginal-society
Author(s) Lane, Louis N., 1919-
Publication date 1992
Series Wathaurung territory ; no. 60 Aboriginal social life and customs. Wathaurung territory. Aboriginal religious beliefs.
Total pages 13, [3] leaves : ill. ; 30 cm.
Publisher [unpublished]
Keyword(s) Aboriginal Australians -- Women -- Victoria -- Geelong Region
Aboriginal Australians -- Victoria -- Geelong Region -- Social life and customs
Wathaurung (Australian people) -- Religion
Wathaurung (Australian people) -- Women
Wathaurung (Australian people) -- Social life and customs
Aboriginal Australians -- Victoria -- Geelong Region -- Religion
Notes "An address to the Geelong Probus Club, 14th August, 1992."
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Bibliography: p. 13.
Copyright embargo by the author.
Original held in Deakin University Library Special Collection - Western Victoria Collection.
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Language eng
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Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30109850

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