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Elizabeth 1828 : the worst and most turbulent : from Celtic Cross to Southern Cross / Suzanne Voytas
Bib ID 4967219
Format BookBook
Author
Voytas, Suzanne
 
Description Springwood, N.S.W. : Suzanne Voytas, 2010 
481 p. [12] p of plates : ill., maps, port. ; 21 cm. 
ISBN 9780646536880
0646536885
Summary

On 12 January 1828 the female convict ship 'Elizabeth' sailed into Port Jackson with 193 Irish women and 16 of their children. This book includes biographical information about the women.

Notes

Includes index.

Includes bibliography.

Subjects Elizabeth (Ship)  |  Transportation of convicts - New South Wales - Biography.  |  Women convicts - New South Wales - Biography.  |  Women convicts - Ireland - Biography.  |  New South Wales - History - 1788-1851.
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Elizabeth eighteen twenty eight : the worst and most turbulent : from Celtic Cross to Southern Cross

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