I Saw a Strange Land

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Angus and Robertson, 1950 - Aboriginal Australians - 216 pages
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Account of journey through the Centre in 1946-49; Hermannsburg Mission, history and present development; Areyonga and Krichauff Range; Lake Amadeus, Ayers Rock.

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An intriguing book that provides some of the early history of Central Australia. Sympathetic to the Aboriginals it gives a more complex perspective of aboriginal issues than most common commentaries. It gets a little dull at times, but a new interesting gem is usually found quite quickly. Read full review

Contents

CHAPTER PAGE I CENTRAL AUSTRALIA TODAY
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TWENTYFIVE YEARS AGO
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MUSICAL INTERLUDE
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