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Colonists, copper and corn in the colony of South Australia 1850-51 / by Old Colonist. Edited by E. M. Yelland
Bib ID 4491766
Format BookBook
Author
Old Colonist
 
Description Melbourne, : Hawthorn Press, 1970 
212 p. : illus. ; 23 cm. 
Notes

These sketches originally appeared in the South Australian register, 1851.

Published with the assistance of the Commonwealth Literary Fund.

Includes index.

Bibliography: p. 194-197.

Subjects South Australia - Description and travel.
Other authors/contributors Yelland, E. M, ed
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South Australian register

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