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|Title:||A Tennant childhood 1933-1940: Kevan Weaber remembers|
|Publisher:||Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory|
|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|
|Subject:||Mines and mining|
|Subject Location:||Tennant Creek|
|Copyright owner:||Check within Publication or with content Publisher.|
|Appears in Collections:||E-Publications|
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