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Australian Dreaming: 40,000 Years of…
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Australian Dreaming: 40,000 Years of Aboriginal History (1980)

by Jennifer Isaacs

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In the world today men discuss whether our ancestors came to Australia by land across a land bridge that has now gone, or by a boat, across the sea from Asia.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 070181330X, Hardcover)

Australian Dreaming is the first Aboriginal history of the Australian continent and its people, as told by Aboriginal storytellers. It recounts epic travels of the Great Spirit Ancestors and tells how they created the animals and plants and gave birth to the earliest people of this land.

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Beautifully illustrated, Australian Dreaming is an Aboriginal history of the Australian continent and its people, as told by Aboriginal story-tellers. Through traditional myths and legends, it gives an explanation of the formation of the landscape and the creation of many outstanding geographical features.… (more)

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