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Kimbolton / [by] John Ormond Randell
Bib ID 1007664
Format BookBook
Author
Randell, J. O. (John Ormond), 1926-1986
 
Description Carlton South, Vic. : Queensberry Hill Press, 1976 
115p., [11] leaves of plates(portrs.) : ill., fold.maps, plan ; 25cm. 
ISBN 0909174024
0909174032 (Leather bound limited edition)
Summary

Includes Indigenous encounters with early settlers p. 12-13; murder and massacre p. 16-17.

Notes

Index.

Bibliography: p.110.

Libray's N copy signed by author.

Subjects Properties. Victoria. Campaspe River region. Kimbolton, 1836-1960.  |  Technology - Stone.  |  History.  |  Settlement and contacts - Settlers.  |  Health - Infectious diseases - Influenza.  |  Race relations - Violent - Massacres, murders, poisonings etc. - To 1900.  |  Sites - Scarred trees - Canoe trees.  |  Kimbolton, Victoria -- History.  |  Australia.  |  Victoria (Vic)

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