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William Buckley : the wild white man, and his Port Phillip black friends / by James Bonwick
Bib ID 2654425
Format BookBook
Author
Bonwick, James, 1817-1906
 
Description Melbourne : Geo. Nichols, 1856 
100 p. ; 23 cm. 
Notes

Second edition published as: The wild white man and the blacks of Victoria : Fergusson & Moore, 1863.

Cited In

Ferguson, J.A. Australia, 7205.

Subjects Buckley, William, - 1780-1856.  |  Aboriginal Australians - Social life and customs.  |  Aboriginal Australians - Victoria - History.
Other authors/contributors Bonwick, James, 1817-1906. Wild white man and the blacks of Victoria
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Wild white man and the blacks of Victoria.

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