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Gold! : the fascinating story of gold in Australia / John Nicholson
Bib ID 427422
Format BookBook [still image, text, volume]
Author
Nicholson, John, 1950- , author
 
Description St. Leonard's, N.S.W. : Allen & Unwin, 1994 
©1994 
32 unnumbered pages : colour illustrations, maps ; 28 cm. 
ISBN 186373676X
1863737863
Series

Kerry White collection of Australian children's books.

Notes

"A Little Ark Book."

Includes index.

For primary school students

Subjects Gold mines and mining - Australia - History - Juvenile literature.  |  Australia - History - Juvenile literature.  |  Australian

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