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Map of the southern coast of Australia [cartographic material] : showing the locality where the steamer 'Admella' was wrecked on the 6th Aug. 1859
Bib ID 2639518
Format MapMap, OnlineOnline
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Scale Scale [ca. 1:2 600 000] 
Description 1887 
1 ms. map : col. ; 16.8 x 13.5 cm. 
Series

Rex Nan Kivell Collection ; Map NK 3560.

Notes

'Admella' was an inter-colonial steamer. See: Mossman, Samuel. Narrative of the shipwreck of the 'Admella' ... Melbourne, 1859.

Map showing coastline of South Australia between Adelaide and Portland Bay, Victoria ; telegraph line and stations along the coast. Relief shown by hachures.

Signed l.r: M.[U?] A.I. [J?] Oct 9th 1887.

Also available online http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-230676525

Rex Nan Kivell Collection Map NK 3560.

Subjects South Australia -- Maps.
Time Coverage 1859 
Other authors/contributors Admella (Ship)

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