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Outback achiever : Fred McKay successor to Flynn of the Inland / Maisie McKenzie
Bib ID 3010122
Format BookBook
Author
McKenzie, Maisie
 
Edition Rev. ed. 
Description Brisbane : Boolarong, 1997 
viii, 213 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. 
ISBN 0864391951 (paperback)
Notes

Includes index.

Rev. ed. of: Fred McKay. 1997.

Subjects McKay, Fred, - 1907-2000.  |  Australian Inland Mission - History.  |  Clergy - Australia - Biography.
Other authors/contributors McKenzie, Maisie. Fred McKay

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