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dc.contributor.authorBates, Daisy-
dc.date.issued1944-09-13-
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/2440/97831-
dc.description.abstractDMB is suffering drought conditions and loneliness. She has banned the people from coming to her camp because they have developed “animal vices” resulting in “caste produce” since she had been in Adelaide writing her book (1935-1941). She is waiting for the Government to recognise her service to the Australian natives since her time at the Beagle Bay Mission in 1899-1900.-
dc.format.extent3 p.-
dc.subject.otherWynbring (S.A.), Beagle Bay (W.A.), Australian Aborigines, Lesley Kilmeny Symon (1885 – 1969), Daisy M. Bates (1859 – 1951)-
dc.titleLetters from Daisy Bates 13/9/44en
dc.typeTexten
dc.identifier.callnumMSS 0015-
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