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Brisbane Town [cartographic material] / by Robert Dixon, Moreton Bay 24th March 1840
Bib ID 27770
Format MapMap
Author
Dixon, Robert, 1800-1858
 
Scale Scale [ca. 1:4 752]. 6 chains to an in. (E 153°02'/S 27°28') 
Description Brisbane : [Survey Office?], 1972 
1 map ; 65 x 84 cm. 
Notes

Facsimile a ms. map of the original Brisbane township showing roads and buildings, with relief shown by hachures.

"This copy has been produced by the Klimsch Camera from the original plan held in the Survey Office Brisbane March 1972".

Reproduction Facsimile of the authors ms. map: Brisbane Town, drawn 1840. 
Subjects Brisbane (Qld.) - Maps.  |  Brisbane (Qld.) - Maps - Facsimiles.
Time Coverage 1840 
Form/genre Manuscript maps.
Other authors/contributors Queensland. Survey Office

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