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Manning agriculture : chronicles of the early days : indexed / Rod & Wendy Gow
Bib ID 3697513
Format BookBook
Author
Gow, Rod (Rodney John)
 
Description Cundletown, N.S.W. : Rod and Wendy Gow, c2006 
72 p. ; 21 cm. 
ISBN 0975800140
Notes

Includes index.

"... features selected reports extracted from the following newspapers - Maitland mercury, Manning and Hastings advocate, Manning River chronicle, Manning River independent, Manning River news, Manning River times, Northern champion, The empire, and Wingham chronicle"--Foreword.

Subjects Agriculture - New South Wales - Manning River Region.  |  Manning River Region (N.S.W.)
Other authors/contributors Gow, Wendy
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