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Copying material owned by the National Museum of Australia
The Museum does not own the copyright in all the material on this website. However, we generally own the copyright in website content that the Museum has developed, and you may use that material subject to this copyright notice.
Unless otherwise indicated (in this copyright notice or in relation to particular material on this website) you may copy, distribute, display, download or print the material on this website for your own personal use, for non-commercial educational purposes or for non-commercial use within your organisation, provided that you attribute the National Museum of Australia.
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