The Heart of the Continent

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St. Martin's Press, 1989 - Aboriginal Australians - 478 pages
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The daughter of a wealthy Australian landowner, Alix Macfarlane defies her mother's social ambitions and trains as a nurse to work in the isolated outback. Later she founds a clinic for aborigines, but it is her daughter, Caro, who ultimately fulfills Alix's dream--when she forms the first flying doctor service on the eve of World War II.

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Read this book years ago and it is still a vivid memory. A must read Read full review

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Read this book years ago and it is still a vivid memory. A must read Read full review

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