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Squatter and selector at Tongala / by Harley W. Forster ; illustrated by Leslie Stack
Bib ID 2480165
Format BookBook
Author
Forster, Harley W
 
Description Croydon, Vic. : Longmans, 1964 
47 p. : ill. ; 22 cm. 
Series

Marcie Muir collection of Australian children's books.

Australian landmarks.

Summary

A description of the area around Tongala east of Echuca in Victoria describing the selection of land and land useage. Setled by Edward Micklethwaite Curr in 1841.

Notes

For children.

Cited In

Muir, M. A bibliography of Australian children's books, 325

Subjects Squatters -- Australia.  |  Settlement and contacts - Settlers.  |  Settlement and contacts - Colonisation - 1851-  |  Yorta Yorta / Yota Yota people (D2) (NSW SI55-13)  |  Australia -- History.  |  Tongala (N Vic SJ55-01)

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