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Hundred of Goyder, County of Palmerston [cartographic material] / drawn in Dept. of External Affairs
Bib ID 1279067
Format MapMap
Author
Australia. Department of External Affairs
 
Scale Scale [ca. 1:31,680] (E 130⁰50'--E 131⁰05'/S 12⁰55'--S 13⁰10') 
Description Melbourne : The Department, 1914 
1 map ; 67 x 75 cm. 
Series

Northern Territory hundred maps

Notes

Cadastral map with topographic detail of allotments. Shows reserves, route of Darwin and Pine Creek railway and Batchelor Demonstration Form.

Subjects Real property -- Northern Territory -- Goyder, Hundred of -- Maps.  |  Goyder, Hundred of (N.T.) -- Maps.
Time Coverage 1914 

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