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The federal capital, Dalgety or Canberra : which? : a paper / [John Gale ; compiled and edited by Claire Lewis]
Bib ID 1002700
Format BookBook
Author
Gale, John, 1831-1929
 
Description Hackett, A.C.T. : C. Lewis, 2001 
16 p. : ill. ; 20 cm. 
ISBN 0646415867
Notes

Facsimile edition of: Gale, John, 1831-1929. The federal capital - Dalgety or Canberra, which? Queanbeyan, N.S.W. : s.n., 1907?

"Read at a public meeting (convened by the Mayor) held at Queanbeyan on 24th of July, 1907, and ordered to be printed" -- T. P.

Subjects Australia -- Capital and capitol.  |  Canberra (A.C.T.) -- History.
Also Titled

John Gale's The federal capital : Dalgety or Canberra : which?

Dalgety or Canberra : which? : a paper

Available From C Lewis, 1 Dakin Place, HACKETT ACT 2602 

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