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Days and nights in the bush / by William Gray
Bib ID 262266
Format BookBook
Author
Gray, William, 1854-1937
 
Printer (Sydney : Robert Dey, Son & Co.)
Description [Sydney : W. Gray], 1935 
122 p. : ill. ; 19 cm. 
Notes

The origin of the Australian Inland Mission is told at length.

Subjects Presbyterian Church of Australia - Missions - History.  |  Australian Inland Mission - History.  |  South Australia - History - 1901-1945.  |  South Australia - Description and travel - 1901-1950.
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