ABORIGINAL LEGENDS from EASTERN AUSTRALIA, The Richmond - Mary River Region,

By: Mildred Norledge, compiler,

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ABORIGINAL LEGENDS from EASTERN AUSTRALIA, The Richmond - Mary River Region, by Mildred Norledge, compiler, with illustrations by Denis Burton
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A H & A W Reed, Sydney - first edition, 1968. hardcover, 7½" x 10", with dust jacket. Jacket has two repaired short tears. Small white-out to flyleaf. VERY GOOD book in FAIR unclipped dust jacket. Foreword by Professor A P Elkin. For many years the author collected the legends which were told to her by Aborigines of the north-eastern district of New South Wales and the adjacent region of Queensland. The line drawings throughout the text have been prepared from original sketches by an Aboriginal artist, Mr Denis Burton of Kyogle. Thirty nine brief stories.

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