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A history of education in the Amherst and Talbot districts 1836-1862 [microform] / Douglas Wilkie
Bib ID 2603147
Format MicroformMicroform, ManuscriptManuscript
Author
Wilkie, Douglas, 1947-
 
Description Clayton, Vic. : Monash University, 19-- 
6 microfiches. 
Notes

Submitted in fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Education.

Summary: [unpaged] at front of text.

Typescript.

Thesis (M.Ed.)--Monash University, 1986.

Bibliography: leaves 292-300.

Subjects Education -- Victoria -- Amherst -- History.  |  Education -- Victoria -- Talbot -- History.

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