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The big run : the story of Victoria River Downs Station / Jock Makin
Bib ID 1174602
Format BookBook
Author
Makin, Jock, 1940-
 
Edition 2nd. rev. and enlarged ed. 
Description Marleston, [South Aust.] : J. B. Books, 1999 
192 p., [12] p. of plates : ill. (some col.), maps ; 26 cm. 
ISBN 1876622008 (paperback)
Notes

Includes index.

Maps on endpapers.

Previously published: Adelaide : Rigby, 1983, Weldon: 1992, reprint Landsdowne: 1993, 1996.

Bibliography: p. 179-183.

Subjects Cattle trade -- Northern Territory -- Victoria River Downs.  |  Victoria River Downs Station (N.T.) -- History.

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