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Title: A Tennant childhood 1933-1940: Kevan Weaber remembers
Author: Kelham, Megg
Publication location: Darwin
Publisher: Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory
Publication date: 1981
Notes: This audio file was produced by Megg Kelham with financial support from the Regional Museums Support Grant Programme, Museums and Art Galleries of the Northern Territory.
Description / Abstract: Extracts from an interview recorded by Hilda Tuxworth in 1981. This is an education resource made to accompany the exhibition "Freedom, fortitude and flies: daily life in Tennant's goldfields" that was held at the Battery Hill Mining Centre, Tennant Creek.
Made available by the Northern Territory Library via the Publications (Legal Deposit) Act 2004 (NT).
Physical Description: 1 audio file [12mins., 13sec)
Series: NTRS 2313 CD13-01 & CD13-02
Language: English
Subject: Mines and mining
Northern Territory
Interviews
Social conditions
Subject Location: Tennant Creek
Citation address: http://hdl.handle.net/10070/300914
Copyright owner: Check within Publication or with content Publisher.
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