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Black range to Lavington / compiled by Margaret M. Scherleitner and Mary Palmer
Bib ID 2202154
Format BookBook
Description [Lavington, N.S.W.] : Manuscript Books , 2002 
v, 114 p. : ill. ports, plan ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 0646420720
Notes

"...the frontier people, the real carriers of this country in its early movement towards settlement, Mary Gillmore 1865-1962"

Includes index.

Subjects Lavington (N.S.W.) - History.
Other authors/contributors Palmer, Mary  |  Scherleitner, Margaret
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Black range to Lavington : a history

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