Health Services in the Northern Territory: A History, 1824-1970
Australian National University, North Australia Research Unit, 1991 - Aboriginal Australians
Incorporates a comprehensive history of the changing health status, attitudes to Aboriginal people and their health and the establishment of medical services; many Northern Territory communities and missions mentioned.
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