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The true story of Margaret Catchpole / by G.B. Barton
Bib ID 296211
Format BookBook
Author
Barton, G. B. (George Burnett), 1836-1901
 
Description Sydney : Cornstalk Publishing, 1924 
176 p., [1] leaf of plates : ports. ; 18 cm. 
Series

Platypus series.

Subjects Catchpole, Margaret, 1762-1819.  |  Convicts -- New South Wales -- Biography.  |  Women convicts -- New South Wales -- Biography.  |  Australia -- History -- 1788-1851 -- Biography.
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