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Buddhism in Australia, 1848-1988 / Paul Croucher
Bib ID 608434
Format BookBook
Author
Croucher, Paul, 1961-
 
Description Kensington, N.S.W. : New South Wales University Press, c1989 
viii, 147 p., [8] p. of plates : ports. ; 24 cm. 
ISBN 0868401951
0868401951
Notes

Includes index.

Cover title: A history of Buddhism in Australia, 1848-1988.

Bibliography: p. [125]-137.

Dr John Cooper Theosophy Collection.

Subjects Buddhism - Australia - History.
Also Titled

History of Buddhism in Australia, 1848-1988

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