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APA Citation

Davison, Graeme. & Macintyre, Stuart. & Hirst, J. B.  (2001).  The Oxford companion to Australian history.  South Melbourne, Vic. ; New York :  Oxford University Press

MLA Citation

Davison, Graeme. and Macintyre, Stuart. and Hirst, J. B.  The Oxford companion to Australian history / edited by Graeme Davison, John Hirst, Stuart Macintyre, with the assistance of Helen Doyle, Kim Torney  Oxford University Press South Melbourne, Vic. ; New York  2001

Australian/Harvard Citation

Davison, Graeme. & Macintyre, Stuart. & Hirst, J. B.  2001,  The Oxford companion to Australian history / edited by Graeme Davison, John Hirst, Stuart Macintyre, with the assistance of Helen Doyle, Kim Torney  Oxford University Press South Melbourne, Vic. ; New York

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  | title=The Oxford companion to Australian history / edited by Graeme Davison, John Hirst, Stuart Macintyre, with the assistance of Helen Doyle, Kim Torney
  | author1=Davison, Graeme, 1940-
  | author2=Macintyre, Stuart, 1947-
  | author3=Hirst, J. B. (John Bradley), 1942-
  | year=2001
  | publisher=Oxford University Press
  | language=English
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