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A study of original documents on viticulture in early New South Wales and the role of the Macleay family 1788 to 1883 [microform] / by Philip A. Norrie
Bib ID 1120872
Format OtherOther [microform]
Author
Norrie, Philip
 
Description Sydney : University of Sydney, [199-] 
2 microfiches. 
Notes

Thesis (M. Sc.)--University of Sydney, 1993.

Bibliography: leaves 141-146.

Subjects Macleay family.  |  Viticulture -- New South Wales.
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