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The genesis of Queensland : an account of the first exploring journeys to and over Darling Downs : the earliest days of their occupation; social life; station seeking; the course of discovery, northward and westward; and a resume of the causes which led to separation from New South Wales : with portrait and fac-similes of maps, log, &c., &c. / by Henry Stuart Russell
Bib ID 2109116
Format BookBook
Author
Russell, Henry Stuart, 1818-1889
 
Description Sydney : Turner & Henderson, 1888 
xvi, 633, [3] p., [3] folded leaves of plates : facsim., maps, port. ; 27 cm. 
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Ferguson, J.A. Australia, 15296

Subjects Queensland - Discovery and exploration.  |  Queensland - Description and travel.  |  Queensland - History.

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