From Many Places: The History and Cultural Traditions of South Australian People
Wakefield Press, 1995 - Ethnology - 542 pages
This record of the experience of immigration and settlement in South Australia provides information about the geographic origins, history, cultural traditions and community activities of 97 ethnic groups in South Australia. It is based on the database of South Australian Immigration and Settlement History located in South Australia's Migration Museum, and includes relevant statistics and a bibliography for each group.
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