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Canberra : history of and legends relating to the Federal Capital Territory of the Commonwealth of Australia ... / by John Gale
Bib ID 1597765
Format BookBook
Author
Gale, John, 1831-1929
 
Description Queanbeyan : Fallick, 1927 
162p. ill. map, port. ; 19 cm. 
Notes

Includes appendix: Lake George : its discovery and phenomena and its various and interesting happenings.

Library's N copy signed by author.

Subjects Canberra (A.C.T.) -- History.
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Lake George : its discovery and phenomena and its various and interesting happenings

Lake George : its discovery and phenomena and its various and interesting happenings.

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