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Sir Paul E. Strzelecki, a Polish count's explorations in 19th century Australia / Marian Kaluski
Bib ID 141444
Format BookBook
Author
Kaluski, Marian
 
Description Melbourne : AE Press, 1985 
70 p. : ill., facsims., maps, ports. ; 25 cm. 
ISBN 0867870397
Notes

First published as: Sir Paul E. Strzelecki, the man who climbed and named Mt. Kosciusko. Melbourne : Polish-Australian Historical Society and Polish-Australian Cultural Society, 1981.

Bibliography: p. 70.

Subjects Strzelecki, Paul Edmund de, - Sir, - 1797-1873.  |  Explorers - Australia - Biography.  |  Explorers - Poland - Biography.  |  Australia - Discovery and exploration.
Other authors/contributors Kaluski, Marian. Sir Paul E. Strzelecki, the man who climbed and named Mt. Kosciusko
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