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Wharf rats and other stories : 100 years of growing up in Fremantle / Karen Lang & Jan Newman
Bib ID 3353899
Format BookBook
Author
Lang, Karen
 
Description Fremantle, W.A. : Fremantle Primary School P&C Association, 2004 
247 p. : ill., maps, ports. ; 24 cm. 
ISBN 0646442112
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"Burning brightly for 100 years! Fremantle primary; 1927-2000 South Terrace & Alma Street Infants School; 1904-1926 Fremantle Infants & Intermediate School."--Title page.

Bibliography: p. 246-247.

Subjects Primary schools -- Western Australia -- Fremantle -- History.  |  Education -- Western Australia -- Fremantle.
Other authors/contributors Newman, Jan
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