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[Plan showing grants and landholders, Paterson River district, N.S.W] [cartographic material]
Bib ID 1886935
Format MapMap, OnlineOnline
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Scale Scale [1:31 680] 40 chains to 1 inch. 
Description [18--] 
1 ms. map : col. ; on tracing paper ; 40.2 x 25 cm. 
Series

Ferguson Collection ; Map 436/M.

Notes

Cadastral plan shows landholdings in the Paterson River district and the town of Paterson, N.S.W. Relief shown by hill shading.

Map 436/M from Ferguson Collection.

Also available online http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-229959279

Subjects Real property -- New South Wales -- Paterson River Region -- Maps.  |  Paterson River Region (N.S.W.) -- Maps.
Time Coverage 1830-1899 

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