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Oaks Estate : no man's land / written & compiled by Karen Williams
Bib ID 28279
Format BookBook
Author
Williams, Karen
 
Description [Oaks Estate, A.C.T.] : K. Williams, 1997 
viii, 264 p. : ill., facsims., plans., ports. ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 0646310364
Summary

Includes brief mention Aboriginal people along the Molonglo River and Queanbeyan River and the general area of Canberra in the early 1800s.

Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Subjects Land settlement -- Australian Capital Territory -- Oaks Estate -- History.  |  Settlement and contacts - Settlers.  |  Oaks Estate (A.C.T.) -- History.  |  Oaks Estate (Canberra ACT SI55-16)  |  Canberra (ACT SI55-16)  |  Molonglo River (ACT SI55-16)  |  Queanbeyan (S NSW SI55-16)
Available From K. Williams, 12 River St, Oaks Estate, ACT 2620 

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