Where Strange Paths Go Down
24cm x 16cm. xxxi, 299 pages,  pages of illustrations, some colour, additional illustrations in the text. Brown cloth, black lettering and illustration, illustrated jacket.
Description of aboriginal social life and customs by Alice Monkton Duncan-Kemp (1901-1988), who grew up on a cattle station in remote South-West Queensland. This being the second edition which includes large portions of Our Sandhill Country, her memoir published in 1933, providing insight into life on the cattle runs of the Channel country. Numerous photographs.
Minor mottling and soiling to cloth. Foxing to edges. Moderate handling wear, with some dogearred corners and indents from previously laid in matter. Previous owner’s name and bookseller’s label. Jacket shelf worn and dampstained, minor staining to text block. Good Condition.
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