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How Australia led the way : Dora Meeson Coates and British suffrage / Myra Scott for the Commonwealth Office of the Status of Women
Bib ID 3113873
Format BookBook, OnlineOnline
Author
Scott, Myra
 
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Description Barton, ACT : Office of the Status of Women, 2003 
64 p. : ill., ports. ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 1877042404
Notes

Bibliography: p. 61-63.

Also available in an electronic version on the Internet. Address as of 12 July 2004: http://www.osw.dpmc.gov.au/downloads/pdfs/meeson_suffrage04.pdf

Subjects Suffrage -- Australia.  |  Suffrage -- Great Britain -- History.
Other authors/contributors Australia. Office of the Status of Women
Terms of Use Myra Scott 2003. 
Available From 3-5 National Circuit, BARTON, ACT, 2600 

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