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A History of Angaston, 1841-1950, 1951- [manuscript]
Bib ID 2909680
Format ManuscriptManuscript
Author
Dean, E. T. Mrs
 
Access Conditions Available for reference. Not for loan. 
Description 1841-1951 
2 cm. (56 leaves) : 1 map. 
Summary

A one volume historical account titled A History of Angaston 1841-1950, 1951-. Typescript with photographs. Mentions many early pioneers of the district including George Fife Angus and Sons and James Smith (Surveyor), together with early immigrants such as William Hague, William Hurn, Johann Gottfried Schilling, Samuel Smith (Yalumba Winery), James Trescowthick, etc.

Biography/History

Written by Mrs E.T. Dean, M.B.E., for the Country Women's Association.

Notes

Manuscript reference no. : NLA MS 7209.

Subjects Dean, E. T. Mrs. -- Archives.  |  Pioneers -- South Australia -- Angaston.  |  Angaston (S.A.) -- History.
Time Coverage 1841-1951 
Other authors/contributors South Australian Country Women's Association Angaston Branch

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