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The geographer's aid in nation-planning / Griffith Taylor
Bib ID 2045015
Format BookBook
Author
Taylor, Thomas Griffith, 1880-1963
 
Description [Edinburgh : s.n., 1932?] 
2 v. in 1 (p.1-20, p. [65]-78) : ill., maps ; 25 cm. 
Notes

[pt. 1] Reprinted from 'The Scottish Geographical Magazine', v. 48, January 1932, [pt.] Reprinted from 'The Scottish Geographical Magazine', v.48, March, 1932.

Bound with The inner arid limits of economic settlement in Australia by Griffith Taylor.

Subjects Cities and towns - Planning - Australia.  |  Physical geography - Australia.  |  Human geography - Australia.  |  Australia - Geography.  |  Australia - Economic conditions - 1901-1945.
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Inner arid limits of economic settlement

Scottish geographical magazine.

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