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Voices of the First Day - Awakening in the Aboriginal Dreamtime by Robert Lawlor - Paperback - 1991 - from Riley Books and

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Voices of the First Day - Awakening in the Aboriginal Dreamtime

by Robert Lawlor

Condition: Very Good

Vermont: Inner Traditions International Ltd, 1991 An excellent copy of this book. No creases to the spine or to the covers. 413 pages. Wonderfully illustrated throughout. The photographs are mainly from anthropologist Baldwin Spencer during his travels to the remote regions of Central and Northern Australia in the early years of the 20th century. They show lifestyle, rituals and culture. Other important photographs were provided by the Museum of Natural History in New York. Also there are artists drawings based on some of the finest early photograps from collections around the world. A wonderful book of the Aboriginal Dreamtime. .this is a heavy book and will require extra postage. Size: 10in x 8in


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