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The mapping of Australia / by R. V. Tooley ; with an index compiled by Douglas Matthews
Bib ID 1336680
Format BookBook
Author
Tooley, R. V. (Ronald Vere), 1898-1986
 
Description London : New York : King of Prussia, Pa. : Holland Press ; R. B. Arkway ; distributed by W. G. Arader III, 1979 
xix, 633 p. : maps ; 25 cm. 
ISBN 0900470879
0900470887
Series

Holland Press cartographica ; v. 1

Notes

Includes index.

Bibliography: p. xv-xvii.

Subjects Australia - Maps - Bibliography.
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