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Carridena : a history of the Three Springs Shire area / by Helen Antonio Crake
Bib ID 2830056
Format BookBook
Author
Antonio Crake, Hellen
 
Description Three Springs, W.A. : Three Springs Shire Council, 1979 
xi,122p. : ill., portrs. ; 24cm. 
ISBN 095950690X
Summary

A Mongu tribe lived in the area; exploration by G. Grey and contact with Aborigines; place names.

Notes

Index.

Available from The Secretary, Three Springs Shire Council, P.O. Box 117, Three Springs, W.A. 6519.

Subjects Western Australia. Three Springs (Shire), to 1979.  |  Amangu people (W12) (WA SH50-01)  |  Settlement and contacts - Explorers.  |  Language - Vocabulary - Place names.  |  Three Springs (W.A.) -- History.  |  South West Western Australia (SW WA SH50, SI50)

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