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Kable : the story of Henry Kable, First Fleet convict extraordinaire / June Whittaker
Bib ID 2323444
Format BookBook
Author
Whittaker, June, 1930-
 
Description Tumbarumba, N.S.W. : J. Whittaker, 2002 
ix, 620 p. : geneal. tables, map ; 25 cm. 
ISBN 064642016X
Partial contents
  • Pt. 1 The raking of the embers
  • Pt. 2 The flame in the morning
  • Pt. 3 The fire in his eyes.
 
Subjects Kable, Henry - Fiction.  |  Kable family.  |  Transportation of convicts - Australia - Fiction.
Other authors/contributors Whittaker, June, 1930- The raking of the embers  |  Whittaker, June, 1930- The flame in the morning
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